Fun with the MicroStAEtion

I was inspired by Matt Wand’s jam at Superbooth and have been thinking about the little case for a while since. I think it is perfect for really getting to know one or two modules really deeply without being distracted by all the other modules in a bigger rack.

Here are my first two videos I made with this rack and I’m sure more will follow in the next few weeks.

Jamming the GRUNGE Filter with the SEQ8
Using the arpeggiator on the Arturia Keystep to jam.

AE Mini Modular and Korg Electribe

First jam with the AE Mini Modular and Korg Electribe 2 together. The electribe sends a MIDI sequence to the AE and the AE’s audio goes into the electribe’s input for processing using the built in effects.

To do this you need 2 parts on the Electribe. Part 1 is sending the MIDI notes to the AE on MIDI channel 1 and part 2 is set to Audio Input. To hear the sound of the AE you need to record a continuous note on part 2 for the whole pattern.

Detailed explanation at the end of the video.

First take with Zoom MS-70CDR

I just got the Zoom MS-70CDR multi effects pedal and just trying a few patches. This patch uses the flanger going into a nice reverb. Together with the AE Mini Modular and my trusty Volca Sample it is quite a good combo.