1. 808 - Teaser

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    from You Know Films / Added

    You Know bring you a documentary on how the Roland TR-808 changed the musical world. COMING SOON Directed by Alex Dunn © All Rights Reserved You Know Ltd 2012-2015

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    • Grade 3 and a Drum Machine

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      from Selwyn House School / Added

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      During computer class some of the grade 3s decided to teach themselves how to program a 30-year-old Roland TR-808 drum machine.

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      • lost in a blak box

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        from Elektrobahn / Added

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        4 minute snip of a 25+ minute live analog session elektrobahn is a studio and live performance project that works completely with old school cv gate and pre-first gen midi. all the vintage gear that's in the rack you see here and on elektrobahn.com is pre 85. the moogerfoogers, dp4 and orb sequencer (which has switched out to a doepfer maq) obviously are not vintage, so we bent the rules a bit. in the studio we employ a couple of tape echos, mutrons and other vintage effects. the point of the project is sentimental in regard to a fascination with the simplistic mechanics of old gear, modulated with the aesthetics and sonic sensibilities of the 21st century. its very much a modular approach which is popular again. everything is multi track recorded in one pass to a computer. there is no manipulation of the sequence. it's eq'd and slightly compressed. why, you ask? to some, this might seem tedious, and too simple to achieve a well rounded track. to us, the focus is it's simplicity. it's about interesting harmonics and the strange behavior of circuits and it's effect on air molecules as they beat the shit out of the studio/gallery/warehouse walls... gear heard on this recording: korg ms10, korg sq10, moogerfooger fx, roland tr-808, akai ax60, akai s612, moog memorymoog, ensoniq dp4 all video recorded & edited by Elektrobahn with Canon 5D mk II & Final Cut Pro. http://www.elektrobahn.com

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        • DM1 The Drum Machine V2.0

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          8th February 2012 Fingerlab is very happy to announce its biggest update for DM1 with version 2.0. DM1 now comes with 2 new super cool tools "The Randomizer" and "The Automation" for instant and fun beat making. Patterns are now also expandable to 32 Steps for extra creativity. We have added 24 new drum kits. As well as AudioCopy, WIST synchronisation between two iPads, MIDI In and more cool features. Yes, it is a big update! Check the full list below of the new features: ✔ "The Randomizer" - a new exciting tool to unleash the creative potential of the Mixer step by step. Just press 'Go" and have fun! ✔ "The Automation Panel" for a precise and intuitive control of any Mixer parameter over time. Powerful and easy. ✔ 16 or 32 Steps per patterns. Even more complex beats. ✔ 24 New Drum Kits for a total of 64 Drum Kits. ✔ WIST synchronisation technology by Korg for syncing 2 iPads together. ✔ Reversed sounds. Long-Tap the Play button on any track of the Mixer to reverse the sound. ✔ AudioCopy on exporting ✔ Colored Song Patterns ✔ New help screens with tips & tricks Please check our videos to find out about these new exciting features. http://www.fingerlab.net/website/Fingerlab/DM1.html Stay tuned. The Fingerlab Team.

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          • DEP-1 & TR808

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            In the first part of the video the DEP-1 pitch shifts the incoming sound as an arpeggiator in different sequences. Then there is a mode that samples on a threshold, and plays the samples back.. then there is this mode with feedback.. and then i switch to regular delay with variable sample playback/record speed.

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            • Reaktor Tutorial: x0x Kicks

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              This tutorial looks at building Kick drums based off the classic TR-808 and TR-909. The tutorial goes over how to calculate Freq and Q (Quality Factor) from reading schematics. The video also shows how to modify the Core static BP filter to use Q values instead of Resonance. To see how to do the same thing for BandWidth (BW), see our previous video on Vocoders vimeo.com/59133221 The video also points out the excellent tutorials for building a TR-909 Kick at http://www.nireaktor.com/reaktor-tutorials/how-to-make-a-909-kick-in-reaktor/

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              • YT Tracker hahahihihuh2

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                http://gieskes.nl/browserjockey/youtube-tracker/

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                • Selwyn Synth Jam

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                  from Selwyn House School / Added

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                  Some of the boys in Mr. Hodgins' Grade 7 Music Appreciation class decided to have a synth jam during lunch. They created and played some patterns on a TR-808 drum machine, an SH-101 monosynth and a TB-303. They also triggered some samples using Ableton Live... "Sel-wyn-House".

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                  • Retrotech I

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                    from Alessandra Marfisa / Added

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                    RETROTECH is an electronic music concert created e composed by CARLOS TRILHA. On stage, he use synthesizers, analogue sequencers and drum machines from the 70's and early 80's. These historical instruments evoke the origin of characteristic electronic sounds that are now widely used in many types of pop and electronic music. Photos: http://www.flickr.com/photos/carlostrilha/sets/72157608025399794/ A unique detail of this production is that they do not use loops or sound libraries. All the sounds are created from real instruments and are first generation, allowing RETROTECH to make a striking reinterpretation of the classic sound of electronic music. The highlight of the live performances is the use of rare analog instruments, staged to show the public how these interesting devices work. In addition, RETROTECH also uses a special set of projection images from generative code (created in real time), synchronized by software written with MAX/MSP/JITTER by ALESSANDRA MARFISA specially for each performance. RETROTECH is a work that recalls the "belle epoque" of electronic music; more than just an exciting audio-visual experience, it is "an inspiring journey through time for lovers of contemporary art."

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                    • TR808 HSS3f HSS3b DD5

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                      from Gijs / Added

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                      http://gieskes.nl/instruments/?file=hard-soft-synth-3

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