Tap Sequence lets you program a list of notes, then trigger each one sequentially each time the rack receives any MIDI note. This lets you, for example, play full melodies with a single drum pad, adding natural variation and timing. It also uses the Scale plug-in for easy melody transposition.
Download:Weeklyish Patch 25 - Tap Sequence
Acid Komplex – myspace.com/acidkomplex
Monosylabik – msbkonline.com
Live acid dubbytranceysomethingy from Mexico City
God in the Machine – livepa.blogspot.com
Drum-n-bass, breaks, dubstep from Orcas Island, WA
This week, I’ bringing you some NY Style Compression racks.
NY Style Compression is simply a process where the original uncompressed signal is mixed with a heavily compressed copy of the same signal. These racks add a Dry/Wet control to Live’s Compressors, allowing easy mixing of the compressed and uncompressed signals.
Weeklyish Patch 02 - NY Style Compressor
Ever since I found it, Livepa Blog has been a great place to find new live electronic music along with the latest news, gear previews, reviews and a lot more about Live P.A.
This time, they’re featuring a short Live Set of mine:
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Well, here it goes.
Maybe it’s the cold, but this month has been one filled with sleeping at times where everyone’s awake and sleeping through everyone else’s day. But I’m a night owl, can’t help it.
Strangely, this month has been really productive, far more than my usual Decembers where everything is about Christmas and New Year and overall, not doing anything, but this time, it has been about getting inspired, planning and creating a rough road map for the year to come. OH NO, I’M GROWING UP!
For now, I can’t give away a lot of details, but I’m planning a little project whose outcome is completely unpredictable to me. I’m still working up the details, but hopefully, it should be up and running somewhere in January.
Also, I did some road work for landing a gig that I’m very excited about. If it happens, maybe it could be the first official Monosylabik gig. I’ll keep you posted about that.
For now, I’ll leave you with a set I recorded last Dec. 13. It was really fun to play and made me explore a part of music making that I hadn’t had a chance to dig into until now, and have to say it’s some of the most fun anyone could have with their clothes on. You can download the whole thing from my Music.
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Hope you enjoy it and Happy Holidays.