MATRIXSYNTH: 1010 Bitbox Micro/MK2: Multisampling is easy and fun!

Sunday, July 19, 2020

1010 Bitbox Micro/MK2: Multisampling is easy and fun!

Patchwerks Seattle

"In this video Nick Bigelow of Patchwerks walks us through multisampling on the new 1010 Bitbox Micro. Using the Moog DFAM as a sound source Nick is able to quickly create accurate polyphonic samples which he triggers using the Novation Launch Pad Pro Mk3.

1010 Bitbox Micro:
Bitbox micro provides Eurorack sampling for smaller racks and smaller budgets. In only 18 HP of rack space you can get a touch screen based sampler with support for 8 stereo sample pads. Now you can record samples directly into the module or load them from the microSD card. Trigger your samples via CV or MIDI, then apply effects and mix the outputs. Save your configurations to multiple presets for later reuse.

Order 1010 Bitbox Micro here:

Moog DFAM:
DFAM is the first addition to the Mother-32 family of synthesizers and presents an expressive hands-on approach to percussive pattern creation. It requires no patching, and absolutely no experience is needed for human-beings of any age to quickly begin synthesizing new and unique rhythmic compositions.

Order Moog DFAM here:

Novation Launch Pad Pro:
Launchpad Pro is our most powerful 64-pad MIDI grid controller for producing: both in Ableton Live and with your hardware. It gives you everything you need to create and perform your tracks. Tailor Launchpad Pro to your setup, then take control of MIDI-compatible hardware and software — with or without a computer. Use Custom Modes to send MIDI commands to software and hardware simultaneously. Hook Launchpad Pro up to an all-hardware rig using MIDI In, Out and Out 2/Thru ports on 3.5mm connectors.

Order Launch Pad Pro here:
Demo by : Nick Bigelow
Video by: Matthew Piecora (aka EZBOT)"

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