“A demonstration of driving DrumPerfect from Auria Pro using a MIDI track in Auria Pro and recording all 16 drum kit channels to stereo audio tracks in Auria Pro. The same applies to DrumPerfect Pro – see the short followup video using DrumPerfect Pro as a drop-in replacement.”
“A short followup video to the other on DrumPerfect and Auria Pro, this time using DrumPerfect Pro. Do watch the other video to understand the technique. This one simply demonstrates that you can use DrumPerfect Pro as a drop in replacement for DrumPerfect, but the other video goes into the detail of how to do it. Oh – one other thing: I show in this video why the issue of having both a subgroup as well as a bus is important for soloing parts – which I mentioned but forgot to show in the original. Watch both and you’ll put the pieces together ;-)”
Videos published by MusicInclusive.
If anyone is interested in using these, please do go ahead and download and make stuff with them. If you do, please let me know what it is you make.
Which is great news. Having met Paul (quite a while back now) it’s great to see how his synth company has grown and taken off over the last few years.
I won’t be at NAMM this year. One day I’d love to go along. If you’re going, and could grab some pictures for me, please get in touch.
Poseidon Synth on the app store:
GeoShred on the app store:
“This is a small project I did over the last week or so. It uses a cassette tape player, a teensy 2.0 and an ios device.”
Video published by otemrellik.
SynthMaster Player on the app store:
So obviously I need to make up for that right! I just can’t let that pass. If you don’t know who Intermorphic are, they make the awesome Wotja, Mixtikl, and Noatikl apps for iOS (there’s Mixtikl and Noatikl for Mac too).
If you’re interested in what they have to say about being 9 years in the generative music business, then read their blog post.
I seriously think that this is worth celebrating today. So watch out for a little bit more about Intermorphic today.
I had no idea until last week, but it is great to be up for an award for the week we did at SoundLab. If you’re interested you can find the details here. If you’re planning to be at the Music Education Expo then let me know as I’m planning to be there too.