In the video below, controllerist Moldover explains, step-by-step, the evolution, design, and building of his custom Mojo MIDI controller:
It’s a work in progress – but worth checking out if you’re on Windows.
DJ Chinkial explains:
Kaoss64 is a 16 step 64 part sequencer that triggers the slices of two bar loops like a sort of rex file player for wav.
oh and if you?d like to try it out
it would work with any old midi controller just wont have the visual interaction
x position is cc10
y position is cc24
pad trig is cc25 but thats just used for visuals
the abcd buttons are the lowest register keys on a keyboard
cheers again and have a good christmas and new year al.
And if any Synthtopia readers are AU programmers – how about something like this for Macheads?
A holiday synth jam from Muzik 4 Machines.
- Korg ESX1: All Sequences/Drums
- Yamaha TX81z: Reverby/Pumpy Sawtooth Bass (chain:TX81z-Akai MFC42-Alesis Nanoverb-DBX266 ch1 (pump)-ch2 (Compression)-Mixer)
- Roland MKS50: Hoover/Saw/Lead/Pumpy Synth (Chain MKS50-Boss SL20-DBX266-Zoom RFX2200-Mixer)
- Redsound SoundBite Pro: Vocals/looping
- Korg Kaoss pad 2: Tempo Delay
- Korg Kaoss Pad 3: Loops, Looper(snare rolls), Grainshifter
- Korg Kaossilator: Noise Sweeps (path: K01-Mini KP(Delay)-Mixer)
- Korg ER1: Beatbox AND sidechain signal (Chain: left out-ProCo Turbo Rat-Boss V-Wha-Mixer)
- DX200: Fm E-piano, pads, 303-esque sequences, etc (Chain: Left Out-Boss DD5 delay-Mixer)
- Motu Midi Mixer 7s: My mixer, controlled by the BCF2000)
- Kawai Midi Patchbay:Guess
- DBX MC 6: Output Compressor
a computer, besides recording it; no edition, no mastering, What you hear is what I send out of the main outs