Sunday Synth Jam: Here’s a funky synth jam, via reader Thomas Kress, that features the Korg Monotribe and the Dave Smith Instruments Tetra.
“Korg and Dave Smith have rocked the NAMM show!” notes Kress. “Here is an example of how they sound together.”
Sunday Synth Jam: This version of Jingle Bells, via BakaOscillator, is arranged for six Korg Monotribes. Sunday Synth Jam: Here’s synth jam/music video via reader Ville Väisänen, featuring a two-fisted punch of Korg action with a side of vacuum cleaner.
Continue reading Sunday Synth Jam: This video, via PitBullFrankfurt, captures a Monotribe + iPhone + bass synth jam. Here’s what he has to say about it:
I think the free Alchemy synth for iOS is perfect for spicing up monotribe tracks, since you can morph the sound in various ways and latch the notes, so you can tweak sounds with both hands!
Korg Monotribe analog ribbon synth (drums, synth part), iOS synth Camel Audio Alchemy (piano/pad thingy) plugged into monotribe aux in, and bass part with my self-modded fretless bass (+ guitar rig 4 Bass pro amp sim). Recorded in Sonar X1 in two takes (first monotribe + iphone, then bass guitar)
Jim McLaren let us know via Facebook about his latest video song synth jam, Vitriol.
Count our faces as melted! If dubstep met prog in a dark alley and got its ass kicked, it might sound a bit like this…..
If you like McLaren’s video song progtaculars, leave him a little love in the comments….
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