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#21

Made a vocal track using a friends vocal sample he sent me. Where aiming for a house track but ended up with like a sexy electro feeling…? You tell me.


#22

Playing around with an 808 kit on my TR-8S and the TB-3, trying to create more with less.
Two tracks and some effects for a broader picture.
Less is more, etc…


#23

I’m gonna share all my Renoise instruments:

Have fun.


#24

playing with my stuff on a little acid


#25

Minimal acid on the Pocket Operator Modular :smiley: Uses sine swept by envelope for kick, bit of filter and VCO FM from square.


#26

Analog Four Mk1 PWM Wave for Ableton Wavetable, monomachine…


#27

editing the video to the jam we recorded yesterday. acoustic triggers and pads trigger the AR, i do some modulating, sequences tweaking, singing and dancing.


#28

very cool stuff here! Blown away by this.


#29

thanks!


#30

https://soundcloud.com/ron-gallipoli/landscape-wbitcoin

Track I’ve been playing out live. First recording I’ve made with Overbridge. 100% Digitakt.


#31

Been working on some Drum n Bass / Jungle type stuff recently. Never done it before, so I’m making a quick side project for the next month or so. Enjoy!


#32

Axoloti patch for DAWless Magic Tone Network layout on Launchpad Pro.

Magic Tone Network explained here:

patch is here:
launchpadPro_magicToneNetwork_20180821_final_beta.axp (101.4 KB)


#33

Very convincing.


#34

Agreed. I’ve been working with wavetable-based synths for 35 years, and this has exactly the sound that makes them so appealing to me.


#35

Damnit Scot. STOP! My GAS can only get so bad.

Oh and thanks, I’ll keep exploring this a bit… Hope to share a bunch of wavetables soon.


#36

There’s always Audioterm… or even Waveterm C+WaveSim:
http://www.hermannseib.com/waveterm/
(the demo version of WaveSim and Waveterm C work just like a real Waveterm and PPG Wave combo. There’s also a non-demo free WaveSim VST)

Lots cheaper (well, free) and less maintenance!


#37

Dem disks tho…


#38

I live in fear of the day that those drives give out. Working 8" floppy drives are hard enough to come by, but PPG used a drive type that was not… standardized.:thinking:


#39

Here’s a “thing”.

I have now managed to get this circuit onto a bit of stripboard, so later I need to cover it in some heatshrink to finish it off.

it’s a little USB MIDI host, so I can control my Digitakt with a MIDI fighter twister without needing a laptop onstage…
Hopefully should mean I can kinda do some basic dub mixing with just those two things by punching channels and effects in and out with the Twister.

using this for anyone interested

http://www.hobbytronics.co.uk/usb-host-mini


#40

This is awesome.