MATRIXSYNTH: Tenori-on Meets Kyma

Wednesday, May 28, 2008

Tenori-on Meets Kyma


Tenori-on Meets Kyma from Nomad Cinema on Vimeo.
"In order to tap the real power of Yamaha's new Tenori-on, it helps to pair it with external equipment capable of producing more satisfying sounds than the somewhat lackluster soundset included with the Tenori-on itself. In this video, no internal Tenori-on sounds were used whatsoever. Tenori-on is functioning purely as a sequencer with external equipment, including advanced sound-shaping from Kyma and analog synthesis from Alesis Andromeda and Dave Smith's Prophet '08. Sequencer data coming from Tenori-on is processed in Ableton Live (utilizing midi scale and chord filters, as well as injecting some generative randomness) before reaching Kyma, Andromeda, and Prophet '08."

8 comments:

  1. If it weren't for the rays plug in, it would be a lot better.

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  2. Very, very nice. Fripp Sounscapes meets Berlin School!

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  3. It's cool, but I'm highly confused. Much like the movie 2001.

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  4. I like to watch the movie 2001 while playing dark side of the moon. Only thing is, you have to hyper-accelerate the entire album so it plays entirely for duration of every scene where the monolith appears.

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  5. yea this is cool - shame about the limited midi capabilities of the tenori-on

    i think it could be serious alternative to using a keyboard controller as a method for creating musical compositions

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  6. Thats what KARMA is for Tekkaz.

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