Published on Jun 21, 2018 tblv9300
“75 custom presets for the Kingkorg can be found here https://sellfy.com/p/5G4O/
As is the case with all of my other sound bank demos the sounds were recorded dry into Ableton and no effects were added for mastering either. All sounds are produced in the synth. I’ll be writing a review later today on my blog.
The presets take up spaces 201-275 in my soundbank
Published on Jun 21, 2018 GLASYS
“For the last couple of months I was on tour with Todd Rundgren’s Utopia and it’s been an incredible experience!
Here are 5 short jams I recorded live in my hotel rooms throughout the tour + some additional behind the scenes footage from my phone and fan footage from a few shows.
Catch our Jimmy Kimmel Live performance on July 9th!
Second video added to this post.
Published on Jun 20, 2018 Bruno Ender Lee
“…just foolin’ around with some presets…
performed by Bruno Ender Lee”
Published on Jun 17, 2018 SynthMania
“Just goofing around a bit in the studio :-D”
Korg DVP-1 quick demo
Published on Jun 19, 2018 SynthMania
“A quick demonstration of the four main modes of the Korg DVP-1 Digital Voice Processor, from the year 1985:
– Pitch Shift
– Internal waveforms
MIDI keyboard: Korg Monologue
Microphone: Sennheiser XS 1”
Published on Jun 19, 2018 Bob I. Gomez
Published on Jun 19, 2018 isvisible isinvisible
“A relaxed patch featuring some stringy type sounds, along with some brassy sounds and a plinky plonky piano.
Bass: AFG & Rings.
Stringy/Brassy Sound: Cyclebox into Elements.
Plinky Plonky Piano: Akemie’s Castle into Springray.
Chords & Synth: Edges into Instant Lo-Fi Junky into ZDSP (Shimmer card installed).
Bass Drum: Peaks
Published on Jun 18, 2018 karenevil
“maybe you can sing a song with your Noise Toaster using a VCO knob.. 😀
(from 4:21 with Theremin and Gakken NSX-39 )”
Published on Jun 18, 2018 hicut cake
Hicut Cake proudly presents:
– Korg Minilogue
– Korg Monologue
– Roland Tr-08
– Roland Sh-01A
– Empress Reverb
Published on Jun 15, 2018 Vanity Fair
“The composers of the hit Netflix show Stranger Things, Kyle Dixon and Michael Stein, break down the music of the show. Kyle and Michael talk about how they were approached by the Duffer Brothers to score the show, the biggest influences on their music, and the differences between the music of Stranger Things season one and season two.”
An Oberheim TVS