MATRIXSYNTH: Hatsune Miku, Gakken Pocket Miku

Friday, November 25, 2016

Hatsune Miku, Gakken Pocket Miku

Published on Nov 25, 2016 ISOTROPOSPHERE

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"CGI / Virtual character, idol sensation Hatsune Miku (developed by Crypton Future Media) coupled with Yamaha's NSX-1 sound chip technology (eVocaloid) were paired together in Gakken Education Publishing Company's Pocket Miku product.

About the same size as a Stylophone and similair useage with a wired stylus for the keyboard section. The Pocket Miku is a formant synthesizer used for vocal creations. Cool options and capabilities for the cost of the unit.

This is my first use in a light jam video with minimal use before this video in experimenting and getting used to the functions of the device.

In the video i have locked a 2 second loop in the Clouds module from Mutable instruments and this is being modulated by an lfo for the position cv and is in trigger mode being fed from the End of Cycle clock on a Make Noise Phonogene module. The Phonogene is also providing a drum sound to the 4MS Noise swash module which is the grungy sound heard here. Phonogene timing and speed is being messed with by a cv coming from a Flame knob recorder V1.

Live Pocket Miku track is being run through a developmental delay module from Synthrotek and is the only effect on the Miku in the video.

Please comment if you enjoyed this and want to see more of her.


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