User “Glitched” from the Elektron Users Forum has written a fantastic post on using the CV sequencing features on the Elektron Analog Four. If you want to get started working with CV or you want to find out more about what the Analog Four can do to expand a modular setup, then this page is for you. Elektron Analog Four: CV Output Tips – Pen.io.
By: AbletonInc Source: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2ThUpt1ggHo Whether under his artist moniker Hecq or as in-demand sound designer for film and tv, Ben Lukas Boysen has made a career out of transforming unusual sounds into compelling music. We visited Ben in his studio for a fascinating look at how he gathered and transformed the unconventional audio material for his latest endeavour, The Forge – a hugely versatile Pack that’s part of the exclusive … Read More →
Chris Randall created a new Analog Four track that is worth a listen. He gets some great sounds out of both the Analog Four and the Maschine. View More
Alex Jones stopped by Point Blank studios and provided an analysis of his tech house bumper ‘Disappointing Dancefloors’ which was released in summer of 2011. In the video he deconstructs the track in Ableton Live, revealing some of the instruments and effects he used and his thought processes for putting together a club track.He also shares his thoughts on running an underground record label like Hypercolour.
Well I had a great time at the NYC Modular Fair recently. Loads of manufactures, dealers, and musicians all came out and made some noise and got the chance to check out what is coming up. Looks like the electronic music community is continuing to explode! Highlight for me were the new Polygamist Synth from Knas, the Snazzy FX ARDcore, and of course the Buchla Music Box. I’m also really … Read More →
Nice One! Via XLR8R: “Brooklyn-based label end fence, an imprint devoted to releasing free batches of electronic music, has offered up an EP featuring five remixes of NYC trio Archie Pelago. “Prospect Dub,” one of the band’s jazzy, horn-laden shufflers, is warped here by New York producer and end fence co-founder kuxxan SUUM, who converts the original cut into a speeding, brooding piece of techno.” Check out the original article … Read More →
There is a fantastic new update for any Oto Biscuit owners out there – if you were on the fence about getting one, this should certainly shove you over! For those of you unfamiliar with the Biscuit, it’s an innovative effects processor that combines 8-bit converters and digital processing with analog resonant filters. It’s pretty amazing at transforming anything fed through it, into something much richer, crunchier and far more … Read More →