MATRIXSYNTH: iPad mini 4 modular synth jam with cv.ocd

Tuesday, June 06, 2017

iPad mini 4 modular synth jam with cv.ocd

Published on Jun 6, 2017 chisel316

"In this video, I use the cv.ocd to convert note pitch, velocity, foot pedal and mod wheel data to control voltages which get sent into various parts of the modular synth to add dynamics to the patch. The MicroBrute sequencer is in trigger mode with the cv.ocd sending it signals on the 16th notes so it stays in sync with the iPad. The apps I show are Ableton Link to MIDI (for converting Link to MIDI to be sent to the cv.ocd), Sysex Base (for sending different configurations to the cv.ocd), MIDIBrute (for configuring the MIcroBrute - way better than the PC software!) and Kymautica AUM (for mixing audio with send effects and routing MIDI). That's an Akai mpk mini mkii resting against the iPad stand behind the Eurorack case. It's the perfect height to give me access to the controls at the top while hiding the keyboard behind the case. I'm using a Roland UA-22 as the audio/MIDI interface. Hope you enjoy it! Peace \/ chisel316"

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