I have been busy with the return to my lab and office duties. I just published the fourth episode of the Volca Sample Tutorial Series on YouYube, which accompanies my text tutorial here.
After a nice week-long vacation, I just uploaded the third part of the Volca Sample Tutorial Series, dealing with Automation (Motion Sequence) and how it can be used to program melodies in the Volca Sample. As always, there is a YouTube video accompanying this tutorial.
Just published the Video for the first tutorial on the Volca Sample. :)
September starts next week, so I decided to finally get some work done on this website. I’m starting a tutorial Series on the Volca Range, starting with the Volca Sample.
Hopefully, I’ll provide one tutorial per week, and each tutorial (except for the intro) will be accompanied by a video demo in my new YouTube channel: Philip+. I’m quite excited about this new project. Make sure to stay tuned! :)
I never liked the original Kaossilator: it is a large chunky piece of hardware that gives you a monophonic digital synthesizer. Indeed, being both monophonic and digital is its major sin, in my opinion. I am shocked that it is still available in some places at €50+. (!!!)
On the other hand, Korg’s Kaossilator2 is a small bundle of fun, and has been one of my noise-making companion whenever I wish to jam a little bit in the evening with having to setup my gear, or as a travel companion: just put it in the backpack, together with my headphones and some batteries. Continue reading “Kaossilator2 Tricks Part I – Pad Soundscapes”