MATRIXSYNTH: BEHRINGER K-2 Tutorial & Review, with 18 patch ideas (that also apply to KORG's MS-20)

Saturday, December 28, 2019

BEHRINGER K-2 Tutorial & Review, with 18 patch ideas (that also apply to KORG's MS-20)

Published on Dec 26, 2019 loopop

0:00 Intro
1:00 Overview
2:40 Filters
4:40 Layout
5:30 Oscillators
8:15 LFO/Mod gen
10:05 Envelopes
14:15 Hz/v, v/oct
15:45 S-trig, v-trig
16:30 Patch bay
18:05 ESP & guitar
20:50 Track & hold
22:25 TIP #1: Controlled noise thru ESP
23:30 TIP #2: Controller noise thru VCA
23:55 TIP #3: Using the modwheel to attenuate signals
24:20 TIP #4: How to create a Random LFO
26:35 TIP #5: How to control oscillator pitch with a v/oct signal without a hz/v to v/oct converter
28:15 TIP #6: Using the high pass filter for a bass boost
28:30 TIP #7: Drone mode patch
28:50 TIP #8: Creating distortion using the ESP VCA and a feedback loop
29:40 TIP #9: How to make Filter 2 more aggressive than Filter 1
30:10 TIP #10: The hidden oscillator: Creating and controlling oscillator using ESP feedback
31:20 TIP #11: ESP osc as drone oscillator
31:40 TIP #12: ESP osc as a high-frequency modulator
32:20 TIP #13: Analog bitcrush: Using the new ESP osc and the Sample and Hold to create a downsampling/bitcrush effect.
33:30 TIP #14: Playing K-2/MS-20 duophonically using the Track & Hold (sample and hold) circuit and the trick switch
34:50 TIP #15: Playing K-2/MS-20 duophonically using the keyboard trigger and playing legato
35:50 TIP #16: Using KeyStep for a full duophonic experience
37:15 TIP #17: Applying portamento in duophonic
37:45 TIP #18: Using the filters to give each oscillator its own articulation
38:35 Pros & cons

No comments:

Post a Comment


© Matrixsynth - All posts are presented here for informative, historical and educative purposes as applicable within fair use.
MATRIXSYNTH is supported by affiliate links that use cookies to track clickthroughs and sales. See the privacy policy for details.