Superbooth 19


#720

The teaser / official video wasn’t so good , i’m A bit suspicious about moving parts / reliability.
But it’s a unique box.


#721

completely understand, also owned about 15 different drum machines, BUT:

i muss every single one of them :slight_smile:

only talking about hardware of course. strictly separated. don’t get me started on 60 GB of drum samples ITB :joy:


#722

That Super 6 sounds great! Also thought the Korg Nubass sounds pretty good for a poor man’s 303. Any news on the Nanoloop Hardware yet?! That’s what I’m waiting for.


#723

#724

Nubass does sound interesting. Hoping for more than typical Korg 16 steps. Wonder why they do that? Even Minilogue XD is only 16 steps, afaik.


#725

Sounds good, not in the market for a drum machine that size but if only I had the desk space.


#726

Pulsar and super6 have my attention.


#727

Same :slight_smile:


#728

Yeah I was hoping to see some nanoloop showing up soon also… I mean I am already getting one, I’m just pumped to see some more of it live. Cool that they are adding midi sequencer support to it.


#729

Lol where is the snare ahahhahahah


#730

wish malekko had an update on mrD.
they’ve gone rather quiet on the subject of late


#731

Really digging the idea of the dadamachines composer pro. Looks lovely.


#732

The little guitar noodling I do also does not justify getting a keyboard like this :wink:


#733

Gotta start practicing somewhere!


#734

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There’s a lot to unpack for this one. I’ve been watch this for a while. They make a modular kit based on the Raspberry Pi to allow you to build your own hardware, controllers, synths, and mixers. or combinations of these. In addition this all runs on Ethernet so it gives you a way to control a variety of gear across a network. (I don’t know if you could push this out to the internet, or if it’s restricted to a local network. Either is nice regardless.) They also have a display that sits on an iPad.

Motorized faders in a custom kit, what’s not to like.


I pushed the video ahead of the part about their drum synth – who needs more drums. (Joke -Look back at my series of posts – more drums, more drums, more drums.)

#735

@Cepheid I all I have seen so far of nanoloop there, hope he is having a good time showing it off so far.


#736

Im with you guys. Craving all day for some demos or just pics :frowning:


#737

Interesting, the number of products being sold that are geared toward the “music-hacker”. Not a bad thing.

But, I do wonder about the sustainability. When we already have ecosystems like PD and SC, and R-PI, etc. What’s the justification of investing in a piece of hardware that really just runs these things?

Doesn’t anyone own a computer anymore?


#738

interesting, im guessing its like Max MSP in a box and more accessible interface for hardware.


#739

Just saw this. I’m patiently awaiting any news. I love the small size. I plan on getting a carrying case and bringing this to work to play with during down time. Btw, love your artwork style! Been checking out your website. What is that style called? It reminds me of Superjails art style.