If you have much interest in making electronic music then you've heard of Elektron's lustworthy MonoMachine SFX60 MK2 (MM) and MachineDrum SPS-1 UW MK2 (MD) boxes. You've seen the videos, studied the specs and read quite a number of reviews. These machines aren't cheap but they have a unique sound, have been used widely and offer an endless amount of automation and customization. ... more
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skab: I agree - it looks amazing. I'm very excited to see what in can do. The fact that it can integrate with Unity and sequence DM
bogdan: hey @KenoMaise, thanks for sharing. What's all this noise about modulars? What's the appeal?
Jonas78: @bogdan I don't speak meh of hardware in general :) , just not excited for the kick thing for its advertised scope in possibi
JohnVerchot: Cosign @zfigz absolutely gets creative juices flowing, come up with a few riffs, then record and arrange on the computer when
dug: i don't actually use hardware that much personally, i've tried, but have rarely been convinced. i do like the idea of this bo
zfigz: there's something about having something physical and interacting with it. computers are limitless and therefore full of dist
bogdan: @dug, @jonas78, I always wondered what the appeal is with hardware. Surely you can accomplish this and then some with softwar