Im sure I’ve been here before…..

Back in 1987 I bought one of these.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ensoniq_SQ-80

Its internal sequencer,  timbral range and the fact it was 8 part multi timbral made it incredibly powerful and amazing value for money for the time.

All these years later I got to be glancingly involved in the design and testing of this recreation.

It sounds GREAT. and gave me a HUGE sense of DejaVue.

More Fun with loop points

Really this is just about seeing what’s available in the new QuickSampler in LogicX, and as far as this tricks concerned, its pretty primitive compared to SOME of the tools out there, but given you can lock the loop lengths and start points to quantise values, it lets you do some fun stuff!

Just set up the CC’s in the mod matrix to 2 faders on your keyboard or whatever…

Start and Loop start to the same CC and Loops End to a second CC.

gets better each time it goes around… 

Into the Atticus and Trent sonic? Give this a dig…

Delighted to announce the imminent arrival of a new library from ModWheel

I’ve been assisting with, manipulating, and and doing some sonic design work on this for the last month or two … and all I can say is … ITS SERIOUSLY GOOD.

Into the Atticus and Trent sonic?  Give this a dig…

Really delighted how well my new toy has been received

From the very Wonderful Jeff Rona

“Modwheel’s new WaveSkimmer is a deceptively simple and incredibly powerful instrument. I am always looking for ways to add subtle movement and rhythms to my cues, and WaveSkimmer has pretty close to infinite sonic and musical possibilities. It’s helping me with my deadline right now!”

http://www.modwheel.co.nz/waveskimmer