I’m really excited about this kickstarter campaign, so, in case you missed it from earlier on, here it is again.
Also, if you don’t have a GBA, you can find them on eBay very easily, just click below.
GBAs on eBay
By using Audiobus with vintage keyboards you no longer have to re wire a keyboard to get new sounds. Yes I now it’s not real circuit bending… but it’s a cool way to use old keys like the Casio SK-8 in the video.
It’s fair to say that it’s only a very basic keyboard and it’s really just a series of switches set out like a keyboard. But having said that, it works, and it works well.
The random module is really handy. It’s easy to forget just how useful noise and randomness is in making synth stuff.
This video demonstrates how to record a drum pattern from VividTracker to Cubasis on the iPad using Audiobus. The drum pattern is then used as a loop and repeated a number of times. VividTracker is an Amiga Protracker compatible music app for iPhone and iPad. It will be released in January 2014 on the App Store.
As a big fan of the Dirty Electronics ensemble I was pleased to see this, and it’s well worth a read too.