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Tolcha – Organ vs. Step-Sequencer

August 24th, 2011 No comments

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jawari fx

January 30th, 2009 No comments

meine zweites selfmade effektgerät. es ist ein jawari (indisch für sitar). lässt, wie der name schon sagt, die gitarre sitar-ähnlich klingen. ein soundbeispiel folgt vielleicht später noch.

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tretminen aetzen

January 29th, 2009 No comments

ich baue zur zeit effektgeräte (tretminen) und ätze das aluminiumgehäuse mit salzsäure. sehr chique und sehr dauerhaft.
ring modulator aka räd ring0r

jawari - sitar emulator

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Archibald 2.5

September 28th, 2006 No comments

archibald screenshot

Archibald is a virtual drummer who adds improvisational touches to your drum patterns. As you build your rhythm in the step-sequencer, you assign Archibald a margin of interpretation from 0 to 100%. This margin allows for a more realistic sound, based upon the simple fact that no drummer plays two consecutive eighth notes with exactly the same tone and attack. Archibald may be a “machine,” but his interpretations may surprise you. The sampler engine which accompanies the step-sequencer uses 44.1 kHz resolution and an impressive set of realistic sounds.
The second sequencer, driving the first, allows the user to program sequences based on several bars. From Version 2.1 onward, Archibald may interface with your sequencer via Rewire technology, allowing you to mix the 7 individual outputs from within your favourite sequencing software. You may also export your work as audio, in stereo or multi-channel mode. Or use Archibald to drive any MIDI device.

check it out here

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The Vienna Veggie orchestra

August 13th, 2006 No comments

Karottenfloeten
Gurkophon
Lauch
The Vienna Vegetable Orchestra is a nine piece orchestra with instruments made from vegetables – like saxophones made from a cucumber and a double bass made from a pumpkin – [via Neatorama]

More:
Vienna Vegetable Orchestra – Link.

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Voice Candy 1.1

August 9th, 2006 No comments

Voice Candy 1.1 has just been released, and it brings voice memo management to this very clever little voice altering program. We blogged about it when it was first released, and it looks like it has just gotten better with this .1 release. Also added in this free update is the ability to listen to the voice effects as they are applied in real time (though you shouldn’t use the internal mic and speakers to do this. Can you say feedback?).

via TUAW

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Add 8-bit Nintendo Sounds to your music

August 8th, 2006 No comments

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Peter writes – “The best way to get 8-bit sounds is to employ a real NES system or Game Boy for fifteen bucks and go to town — nothing else sounds quite the same. But for the next best thing, and the ability to do evil things to those sounds within a serious host, this free plug-in from Japan that will do the job – “ [via] – Link & YCMK Magical 8bit Plug – Link.

[via – Make]

Cute Noisemakers

August 6th, 2006 Comments off

Bleeplabs.. really cool toys for making sci-fi movies.

watch this..

[via Sequencer.de]

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KaossPad 3 – now official

August 2nd, 2006 No comments

So, after Lukatoyboy’s leak, Korg have released full details of the Kaoss Pad 3. Good things: It looks great, with a pixellated pad, a black body and crazy-ass gold mecha-style knobs. As promised, there are four sample pads, Recycle-style beat slicing, SD card/USB connections and messages scrolling across the pad. Bad things: Still only phono plugs out the back. Assuming Luka is right, price should be €400.

via MusicThing

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modular walls

August 2nd, 2006 No comments

WOW ! this guy don’t need a heating anymore.
click to enlarge-klicken zum vergroessern

click to enlarge-klicken zum vergroessern

click to enlarge-klicken zum vergroessern

link: troperec.

via sequencer.de

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