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Roland MC-909 & Korg Kaoss Pad 3, meditative ambient india style

YouTube via beckhusen
"This is the 3rd project which i made with my new Roland MC-909 Groovebox. This time i combined it with the Korg Kaoss Pad and routed 2 sample patches from the MC-909 to the Kaoss Pad.
The style may be unusually for a Groovebox, i'm still exploring the possibilities and don't want to join only the bum-bum section."



Suck You Dry Instrumental Cover by Muzik 4 Machines (electro-tech)

YouTube via muzik4machines. http://www.youtube.com/user/muzik4machines
"MP3: http://muzik4machines.com/muzik/4/mac...
Forum: http://muzik4machines.com/Forum
a quickly done cover of Mudhoney's "Suck you dry" from the album piece of cake
gear used
Korg ESX1: All Sequences/Drums
Yamaha TX81z: Reverby/Pumpy Sawtooth Bass (chain:TX81z-Boss V-Wha-Akai MFC42-DBX266 ch2 (Compression/distortion)-Alesis Nanoverb-DBX266 ch1 (pump)--Mixer)
Roland MKS50: Hoover/Saw/Lead/Pumpy Synth (Chain MKS50-DBX266-Boss SL20-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
NOT used:
a computer, besides recording it; no edition,"



korg ms 20 ms20 internal signal processor

YouTube via SQUARENOISE
"cose da non fare con un korg ms 20
blasfemo per i synth !!!"
Googlish:
"things to do with a korg ms 20
profanity on synth!"

CASIO SK-5___KORG MS 20 external signal processor

"si capisce" "understand"

VECCHIA MS 20 restauro totale

"filtraggio" "filtering"

MS 20 + SODOMIZZATOR

I think you can figure out the translation on this one...



Korg Karma

via this auction

be sure to click the images for the full size shots.




front of moleskine journal

flickr by poler303

full size

KORG ESX-1
KORG MicroKORG



Monome Quickie with KP3

YouTube via StarfireMX
"Just jamming and recording a short part when I was messing with the KP3 Kaos Pad also."



Last.fm/presents Keyboard Choir performing Legal Boards at Cargo

YouTube via LastfmPresents. Some synth spotting for an all synth band. via Oli
http://www.myspace.com/thekeyboardchoir

The list for this performance:
* Boss SP303: A great little sampler. Compact, robust, and non-volatile sample memory. Perfect for single shots and non rythmical loops.
* Korg DW8000: A rather unique synth, digital single cycle waveforms running through an analogue filter (actual analogue, not virtual). Capable of some thunderous bass in unison mode, and some ethereal shimmering pads. Ours has lost it's memory and just makes odd noises now. Hopefully a new battery will cure its' dementia.
* Korg Kaoss Pad 2: Kaoss pads are rather good.
* Korg Kaoss Pad 3: The KP3 ups the sampling and beat sync side of things. The LED matrix display on the pad is pleasingly retro-futuristic.
* Korg MS2000R: The ms2k is a surpisingly deep and versatile VA. Especially once you get the mod matrix and modsequencer in on the action. Also scores highly in the flashing lights department.
* Korg Microkorg x 3: Same synth engine as the ms2k less the modsequencer. Cheap and good sounding, hence the popularity with the band.
* Korg Radias R: A seriously underestimated synth - capable of some fantastically dirty, organic and liquid textures. An enigma, bling in appearance, but actually rather cultured and interesting.
* Korg N364: Can I point out we're not sponsored by or connected to Korg in anyway? We just seem to have ended up with a lot of Korg gear. Anyway, the N364 is a pretty bog standard mid-90's ai2 S+S workstation. It weighs a ton, and is gets used for wurly and pad sounds. Often though a cheap distortion pedal.
* Korg Triton: Another Korg, another bog standard workstation. To it's credit, the Triton does have a reasonble resonant filter and some knobs.
* Korg EA-1: Great little squelch box, ours seems to have died completely, but I'm listing it anyway in case it impresses Mr Korg and we get some free stuff.
* Yamaha SHS10: (yes, Yamaha. sorry Mr Korg) There are a few circuit bent SHS10's, but we've only ever used the midi out on ours. Those familiar with this instrument will know why this is especially shameful.
* Yamaha DX21: Vintage 80's 4-op FM synthesis. Goes through many pedals and a noise gate to make it sound a bit less like a vintage 80's 4-op FM synth..
* Yamaha CS2x: A ton of great sounds but very shallow synthesis.
* Yamaha PSS130: Portasound never had the same ring to it as Casiotone.
* Various FX pedals and processors"



EMX On the Run

YouTube via Rothgar777



The Sweeps - Spacelab Disco (Live)

YouTube via inkoggnito77. See this link for more.
"Micro-Korg takes the lead sound in this *THE SWEEPS tune, with the Access Virus on bass and one Moog Prodigy adding another melody, the other one FXs."
via retrosound72



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