Monotribe Meets Pro-One Part 6

This is the sixth piece from a collection of microtracks that I have produced using the Korg Monotribe synchronized with the Sequencial Circuits Pro-One. This one starts out with out drums and then double bass drum fills come in near the end.

Monotribe Meets Pro-One Part 5

This is the fifth microtrack from a series that I produced using the Korg Monotribe synchronized with the Sequencial Circuits Pro-One. This one was edited out of a longer session where I was taking a few liberties with knob turning on the Memory Man and on the Pro-One.

Monotribe Meets Pro-One Part 4

Here we have the fourth example of microtracks made with the Korg Monotribe synchronized with the Sequencial Circuits Pro-One. The odd time in this case is caused by setting the number of active steps differently for the synthesizer versus the drums — a new feature that was added with the Monotribe 2.0 software update.

Diego Stocco at the Art of Music in LA

I have recently become aware of an excellent sound design and music event series held at the Bleicher Gallery in Santa Monica, CA. The series is titled The Art of Music and on March 25, 2012 they will feature a showcase by one of my favorite sound artists, Diego Stocco, as well as a performance by Nat Evans. The purpose of the series is to present “…an oasis in Hollywood for criminally overlooked music, giving media professionals a unique chance to discover new resources, discuss upcoming projects and forge new creative partnerships.” Checkout the details at artofmusicla.com.

Monotribe Meets Pro-One Part 3: Two Sequences

This is the third example from a collection of microtracks that feature the Korg Monotribe synchronized in various ways with the Sequential Circuits Pro-One. In this piece I switched between the two available sequences on the Pro-One while manipulating controls on both instruments.

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