I started practicing for a video about the “first basic patch” and then it got out of hand quickly 😉 The Electribe adds the nice driving wubb wubb bassline, everything else is the AE Modular. Usually I record video and sound straight into my phone, but since the latest Android update that function is not working anymore. So I’ve recorded the audio into Reaper and the video on my phone and then had to stitch it together. It works, but is way more hassle than I liked.
This is my first music track in 2020. I had a late start because I just couldn’t concentrate to make music. Since beginning of the year we were threatened and surrounded by the largest bushfires that Australia has ever experienced. My town was luckily spared, but the fires were close to the North, West and South and we had to prepare to evacuate twice. Then there was the thick smoke that turned day into night and made it hard to breathe. Overall a very stressful start of the year. And we are the lucky ones. There are many families close by that have lost their homes. Over 400 houses destroyed within a 50 km radius from us. It’s a complete catastrophe. But we had a bit of rain and the air is clearer. The army is here helping the firies and they seem to get a handle on the fires, even though they won’t be able to put them out. So this is my first track to break the spell and to start making videos again! All sounds from the Electribe 2 synth version.
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.