I’ve made two pieces of music with just the Digitakt in an attempt to see what it could do with samples of my guitar in both one-shots and some phrases I played:
Well it was my first one
So mitch things in progress but just one other published :
Using Pure Data to drive the Digitakt. See the YouTube comments for a description.
2 x Kick, 2x Sub(Akey),3x Snare
1x Rim, 1x Djembe, 1x Conga
5 x single hit instrument samples
00 – 76.3
01 – 89.7
02 – 96.3
03 – 106.3
04 – 118.2
05 – 127.4
06 – 133.3
07 – 152.6
record on Zoom H6
trim and master in DAW
fantastic set, dude! love the variety. sounds like you had a lot of fun programming and playing this
Thank You so much!
Have great time making
can probably feel my glee
emanate from this.
playing, yes sometimes off the cuff,
always from the hip!
crash bandicoot !!!
I had free time to experiment with sampling and conditional tricks in position with lfo ,env from AN just cool for those smaller sounds that quickly take depth and poetry
song i made recently using only the takt
Deluge as a brain - drone and MDI
Mother 32 and BigSky - lead
Minilogue and TimeLine & BigSky - arp
Digitakt - drum machine
Mastering - Ozone8
A couple of patterns played (nothing fancy , just switching and muting) which I liked more afterwards when i realized I had just 14 relatively short samples loaded in project. For me such a moment that made me realize (again) that restrictions indeed can lead to creativity.
Performed this on the Digitakt, Rhodes and Guitar.
Digitakt was Sequencing all Drums, Behringer Model D’s. I worked a lot with Mute, unMute. Afterwards i did some small overdubs, for example White Nois and xtra Guitars, in Ableton
But the composition was entirely made and performed on the Takt.
Hope you like it
All digitakt all the time.
record with zoom h6
Digitakt only. Record with Zoom H6.
simple little jam using just the Digitakt’s 8 channels