2 comments on “Some Olegtron videos from me”

Some Olegtron videos from me

Just a bunch of short Olegtron videos from me.

0 comments on “Video: Audulus – Knosillobsolutely 8×8 XY Pad”

Video: Audulus – Knosillobsolutely 8×8 XY Pad

Video description:

“Another way to use the 8×8 XY Pad in a patch in Audulus. On-the-fly looping provided by the autorecording CSlooper Modules. Stereo Knoscillators.”

Video published by Bimini Road.

Audulus on the app store:

0 comments on “Video: Audulus 8×8 XY Phrase Looper Technique”

Video: Audulus 8×8 XY Phrase Looper Technique

Video description:

“Record the outputs of an XY Pad with a CSlooper module and you can create all sorts of musical and tonal depth! 8×8 Pad available at the Audulus forum now!”

Video published by Bimini Road.

Audulus on the app store:

0 comments on “Video: Vermont fall colors + a Tenori-On song (from Art Kerns)”

Video: Vermont fall colors + a Tenori-On song (from Art Kerns)

Video description:

“Fall colors in the mountains near Waterbury, Vermont. Filmed with a DJI Phantom 3A quadcopter in October, 2015. Music is “05223” by Art Kerns from album “Tenori-On songs”.”

Video published by Art Kerns Music + Apps.

0 comments on “Video: Audulus CS Looper Module”

Video: Audulus CS Looper Module

Video description:

“This Audulus 3 module loops knob motions. In this set up, it is acting as a knob-controlled sequencer, turning recorded knob motions into 8 discrete pitches. CS stands for “Control Signal.” This is to distinguish it from an AS or Audio/Alternating Signal looper (which would need 44.1k buckets for 1 second of loop time).

This module has 8 buckets, or 8 evenly distributed numbers that make up the entirety of the loop. An LFO controls which step is being read. Values are changed only when a change in value is detected from the knob. Under the “8 Bucket” text is a knob that acts as a “loop display.”

The output of this module is multiplied and pushed through a scale quantizer to become the pitch information for Sub Ek, a mini subtractive synthesizer, that is clocked by CL!K.

Versions with more buckets are coming soon.”

Video published by Bimini Road.

Audulus on the app store:

0 comments on “Video: iRig Mic Lav Review – haQ attaQ 124”

Video: iRig Mic Lav Review – haQ attaQ 124

Video description:

“Not only am I unboxing and reviewing this handy mirophone, I am also giving you a clean and unprocessed sound-sample of what it sounds like.”

Video published by Jakob Haq.

0 comments on “Video: Ode to Egregious Burns – an Audulus 3 Composition”

Video: Ode to Egregious Burns – an Audulus 3 Composition

Video description:

“This is a composition written in Audulus 3 using new modules. It also makes use of creative feedback through a Flipflop sequencer.

The patch uses two K!SS Drum modules per stereo channel and uses two Sub Ek mini sub synths for the voice of the song. Everything is controlled by CL!CK, the master clock, probability modules, and a couple LFOs are modulating some parameters. Afta8’s tanh distortion modules round out the sound.”

Video published by Bimini Road.

Audulus on the app store:

0 comments on “Back in 2008: miniMusic’s first impression of the iPhone SDK”

Back in 2008: miniMusic’s first impression of the iPhone SDK

Of course in 2008 it was before it was iOS and these first impressions from Chad at miniMusic make for interesting reading.

You can read the original post here.

0 comments on “Connect to Palm Sounds on Linkedin”

Connect to Palm Sounds on Linkedin

If you’re a developer or a musician, or whatever, connect on Linkedin if you’re a Linkedin user of course. You can find me here.