ANTS! patch: I love chaos - Youtube
Critter & Guitari - Double ETC Video Feedback - Youtube
spikes eurorack Hugo.s explains - Youtube
Crazy8 + Piano - Youtube
Morphagene Reel Sharing! - Youtube
Morphagene Reels are now available on freesound.org! We have uploaded a number of artist Reels and will continue to do so over the coming weeks. Wherever appropriate we will also add Reels that are used in our YouTube videos about the Morphagene.
O8N2: Coming October 2017 - Youtube
This October, experience the next evolution of mixing and mastering. Get ready for next-level plug-in communication, innovative workflows, and visual and analysis tools that will elevate your mixing and mastering decisions.
Novation // Circuit Mono Station x Throwing Snow - Youtube
FL Studio Mobile | In-App Tutorial - Youtube
Stars Awoo Gonna Hold You Tight Awoo - Youtube
Standalone Challenge: Richard Devine - Youtube
This episode of the Standalone Challenge features the modular master himself, Richard Devine. Known for his outstanding and highly influential electronic music and sound design work, Richard uses the MPC X to control his otherworldly analog setup, utilizing the 8 built-in CV ports to seamlessly bridge the gap between modular and digital workflows.
Dreamy Continuum + Octatrack Live Improv @Volda Animation Festival 2017 - Youtube
The Volda animation student festival invited me to talk about my background as an animator. After my talk I performed an improvised piece with the Continuum Fingerboard expressive synthesiser, an Octatrack for live sampling/ looping, and a Strymon Blue Sky reverb.
MOVEMENT by Output - Lara Somogyi Performing Live With Movement and Harp - Youtube
Roland TR-08 through various distortion/drive pedals. - Youtube
Roland TR-08 through various distortion/drive pedals: Radical Tonebone Classic Tube Distortion, Coffin Odie Five, Digitech Hot head, Voodoo Labs Proctavia, MXR Distortion +, Enormous Door ATX, Moog MF Drive,
Controller, Hardware, The, Ricardo Villalobos, Instruments Rings
Creating a hardware instrument requires a voluminous quantity of courage. The sheer number of steps involved, layers of complexity, potential pitfalls and distractions are so great that it's really quite incredible that any musical hardware is created. Couple that reality with the difficulty of competing with large corporations that carry emotional cachet such as Roland or Korg, and it can seem like a retelling of David and Goliath, or Roland and Polyend, with one wielding a TB-303 and the other
TRAKTOR TruTorials: HotCue Juggle | Native Instruments - Youtube
Quadrophonic Modular Synthesizer Performance - Youtube
hecanjog/pippi - Github
Hello em411! I'm working on a computer music system called pippi which is a python library to enable writing algorithmic music. The 1.0 version was pre-release for a long time but this year I started fresh on a 2.0 that takes better advantage of the python language. The 1.0 version has/had a "just-in-realtime" live/performance layer with a command interface which I'm working on rewriting as well, but for now pippi is just for non-realtime algorithmic music.