A fun little video I made today to kick off some ideas I'm going to share with you alls very soon....
Nice Jason, you are really becoming a great producer of youtube videos, I am impressed!
I love your inventive spirit, building things with real wood shows a true craftsman for sure. It's nice you are putting that inventive spirit into Caustic these days.
Thx Mike, and I hope to do it again real soon; I love to design and build... I used to design and build speaker cabinets and subs for FOH systems, as well as put together entire FOH's with quality components and efficient on a budget.....
Funny thing though, I can't <iFrame> even though you did on another thread, but you probably set an Admin Permission for that...
I edited your post, yes its admin. You should talk to Rej to see if he would want me to make a "semi admin" role for this type of stuff.
awesome, thx..... I slapped this together in 5 hours... but it gives me an idea of future videos already in project mode, of how I can get them streamlining in a more efficient manner, so I can get more content out there, I have alot in the works right now -- this was just a kind of test...
Love the video and the woodwork! Please do many more videos like this:)
Could you do a video on how to create sounds using the modular? I just can't figure it out for nothing. I just mess around with the presets.
It's on my to-do list...... I'm gonna do walk-thru's on making presets, learning how to hear audio and how to understand what you hear and see etc... etc... mixing tips and exporting out a masterpiece hot, punchy track that will put a big grin on your face every time.
Thanks! Can't wait.
Nice one! Hey if you get the time post some more pics in the workspace thread, I would like to see more pics of your gear.
Next up is the Caustic Warriors' Collab 14 Challenge.... I'm waiting for pics and vids from participants as they create their part of their song..... Gonna be fun fun...
Very nice Jason!!! Can't wait for your mixing tip vid..
Very nice vid! And good work with your keyboard. I also own a TPS II. I bought it in a bundle and didn't plan to use it in the studio, but after some tests, it took its place in the rack. By the way, did you notice that despite being a 2 channels unit, it has only one tube...
Whats that tiny keyboard you are using during the final 'montage'? A pocket sized keyboard would be cool for work.
Have a little listen to my work.
I'm the same, modular is kind of tricksy..but trial and error is very fun with that synth...I looked at one preset by toggling it to see the wire connections and started building a small mod system and bingo- I made a noise!!
but yes, J should make a demo/ tutorial for sure!
i still can't figure the arpegiattor out!!!
Just put it in a slot, make sure you have a couple 1/4 or 1/2 notes in your pattern, turn it on and listen to the arpeggios.
You can also fill in chords and it will arp through the chord notes as it goes.
J: very interesting video, your craftsmanship looks flawless..
drb: I belive that might be a korg nanokey 2
one tube.... 2 feeds..... it's "stereo" two plates.... etc.... If you haven't yet, yank that cheap Chinese 12au7 outtta there and throw in a Russian JJ 12Ax7. those give a very nice smooth dynamic response as your gain increases.... I had the old black box Art..... that is a nice box too....
But the ultimate tube pre is one custom designed by SpeakeasyVintageMusic.... true 600volt feeds can't be beat. I love tube sound. I did a project some years back emulating 3 pre-gain stages (simulating 2 12Au7's and 12Ax7 fed into a power amp twin 6550's in the Hammond/Leslie combo) pure even-harmonic growling bliss...
Yes, its a NanoKey2 but I'm thinking about building another full-sized controller much like what oyu saw in the video)
Awensome Stuff jblann :) i like alot the video ;) good work
That is the Korg NanoKey2... I removed the LED's from it, and it runs so much smoother and almost no crashes on my devices... (less power draw)
Cheers for letting me know. Over to the tinternet for some quick costing up.