Published on Aug 12, 2018 ludotex
“Teenage Engineering PO 20 Arcade pocket operator little song I programmed.
Chord progression is: Em G A A Am Am C/G E/G# (2 6 13 13 9 9 7 8)”
Kraft Music is having a Summer Giveaway!
“Enter for your chance to win three Teenage Engineering PO-30 Series Pocket Operators with CA-X cases – a $384 value!
PO-32 tonic – Drum synthesizer and sequencer with unlimited sounds from microtonic vst (sold separately) through data transfer.
PO-33 K.O! – Micro sampler with 40 second sample memory and built-in recording microphone.
PO-35 speak –
“We’ll fix it in post” from CatManDeux on Vimeo.
“Previously malformed vid of a sequencing exercise on the MiniRig TeaTray. (I think post production took more than 10 times longer than the vid.)
Of note, the 70CDR has just enough processing power to run SpaceHole (Eventide Blackhole emulation) and Shimmer Reverb (Strymon BlueSky emulation) simultaneously. However it can only put them in series,
Published on Aug 8, 2018 Brian Leahy Art
“Live performance of my song ‘La Di Da Da’ with Pocket Operators!
I sampled my voice for this song with the Pocket Operator Speak and I discovered that using the ‘Stutter Sweep’ effect (#9) on that vocal sample creates this bizarre, awesome speaker-breaking bass swell. (Hear it in action at 1:45 in the video). I’ve never heard this effect sound this way
Published on Aug 5, 2018 HAINBACH
“The last piece in my holiday series – back home today. The Ciat-Lonbarde Plumbutter is a beautiful filter – running the Roland SE-02 through it gives wide stereo movement and adds even more warmth to this tiny but powerful synthesizer.
Minidisc plays lyrics I sung and cut-up through the lovely delay and frequency shifter on the Field Kit FX, OP1 is the choir
Published on Aug 5, 2018 Roxton Fone
The Working Title for this one is “I Won’t Go”
This song is very much, still in development.
So, really, you’re witnessing the “Birthing” process. This is Part 2
Part 1 Here:
OP-1 / Hip Hop Beat with a Nice Melody
Published on Jul 28, 2018 Roxton Fone
“One of my most Melodic beat thus far with the
OP1 Synthesizer from Teenage Engineering”