MATRIXSYNTH: NAMM: KOMA Elektronik "YouTube yourself!" Competition & Videos

Thursday, January 12, 2012

NAMM: KOMA Elektronik "YouTube yourself!" Competition & Videos

via KOMA Elektronik:

"A lot of buzzing going on in the KOMA office. While our colleague Wouter is going off to NAMM next week to present our effects pedals plus our new Eurorack Motion Sensor Controller, called the KOMMANDER, to the states, we are still running our "YouTube yourself!" competition until sunday the 15th.

Customers are asked to film their KOMA pedal in action and can win a KOMAnizer kit, a special noise drone synth that we usually use for workshops only. A lot of nice videos have come in so far. But we'd love to see more. So please spread the word! Here's a collection of some of the submissions so far:"

Koma Elektronik BD101 with DSI Tempest and BugBrand Modular

YouTube Uploaded by d4nnyp on Dec 29, 2011

"Messing about with my newly acquired Koma Elektronik BD101 analogue delay pedal.
Beat is from DSI tempest, left channel through BD101 right channel through Mixer. Modular is doing a simple bass noise sequenced from dividers. An envelope clocked with 16ths is controlling the BD101 gate, joystick controls the decay length of the envelope. Modular 8 step Sequencer clocked slowly from dividers is controlling the delay time on the BD101 and the feedback is controlled by the BD101 motion sensor. The additional delay and reverb are from a Roland RE-301.
Its all a lot of fun!!"

Buchla meets Koma

Uploaded by henrikbjorkk on Jan 1, 2012

"Improvisation using Buchla 200e and Koma effectpedals."

XoXboX plus KOMA AnAlOg gate / delay pedal.

Uploaded by Janoise on Jan 11, 2012

via KOMA: "By the way, we love cats in videos! ;-)"

The Koma pedal has a gate and a very short delay.
At the end of the delay range the Koma gets in a kind of a bit-crusher sounding effect.
This is not often found at a analog pedal.
This is because Koma has modded the chip!"

KOMA Elektronik AnAlOg gate / delay pedal. NO input.

Uploaded by Janoise on Jan 11, 2012


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