Wednesday, August 30, 2023

Bora demos

video upload by DecadeBridge

"This is a collection of short demos of Bora. Beats created with drum machines and Ableton live. Some delay and reverb has been used in Ableton on Bora's dry signal.

00:00 Pamela's pro workout triggering two envelopes output to Bora's pitch (Oscillators E + F) and VCA. Beats from Rample triggered by Pam's new workout.
00:59 Bora output to the desktop low pass filter. Cutoff controlled by CV A from the Korg SQ1. Bora's pitch (Oscillator D) controlled by CV B from the SQ1.
01:35 Bora's output running into the Microcosm. Korg SQ1 gate A connected to Bora's VCA in.
02:40 Bora's output into the low pass filter. Filter cutoff controlled by the SQ1 CV B. Bora's pitch (Oscillators C + F) controlled by the SQ1 CV A. The volcano drum is syncing the SQ1.
03:30 4 note drone using oscillators A, B, E and F.
03:58 Bora's output into the low pass filter. Filter cutoff controlled by the SQ1 CV A. SQ1 gate A to Bora's VCA in. Switched in and out.
04:53 Stacking notes with Bora by switching oscillators on and off. Running the output into MI Beads then using the wet/dry mix.
06:06 Rhythmic drones through the simple use of a gate from the Korg SQ1 to Bora's VCA in.
07:15 Using the Harlequin's context to control Bora's pitch and volume by switching scenes. Using Bora's buttons to quickly change the sound."

See this post for additional details on Bora.

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