mmmm, some sysex...nice!
12-Dec-07 06:59 AM
Finally a clever use of the sketchy arpeggiator! If all can be done internally everything should be in time.
12-Dec-07 10:30 AM
Best use of a MS2000 I have ever seen
13-Dec-07 05:43 AM
Such a wonderful work you did making all of this tutorial, very very useful, thanks very much for the SYSex too, congratulations for the job!
13-Dec-07 11:37 AM
wooow.....very very nice job!
now, want more!
15-Dec-07 02:23 PM
Now Imagine what you could do with a triton or motif at full potential.
16-Dec-07 01:44 AM
I'm in awe
21-Dec-07 02:05 PM
Truly genius!!! I'm in awe
Thanks for getting more buck out of the M2K
21-Dec-07 02:06 PM
Thanks for getting more buck out of the m2k
21-Dec-07 02:06 PM
ItÂ´s impressive what he does but it still seems a mindboggling job to get so much out of it.Capable yes, but still not very user friendly. Good luck though...
22-Dec-07 09:15 AM
Proud to own a Korg MS2000!
24-Dec-07 01:31 AM
awesome insight!!.... veh nice..... Would love to see more mayb with an A6 Andromeda :o)
30-Dec-07 06:49 AM
A big thank you to sonic state...You blow as away and to all those who share their knowlege with us......Dont you ever stop!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
31-Dec-07 05:28 AM
yet another reason to love my ms2000 .. i have been experimenting with exactly this.. nice to see it done by a pro!
cant wait for more... THIS is what being a synth player is all about!
01-Jan-08 11:22 PM
such a noble man! he is giving tutorials for free...most other synth sound designers will charge a fee! where can i buy your DVD/download video dude? one with all the chapters in it!
12-Jan-08 10:55 AM
Nice stuff man! I didn't know the MS2K was even remotely capable of this kind of stuff!
19-Jan-08 01:46 AM
This is great, but now I wish I could do different drum patterns and fills. Is that what the "Record" but will do in the "Mod Sequencer"
20-Jan-08 10:11 AM
Ignacy Frederik Said...
I've tried replicating this on Native Instruments Massive, but unfortunatly in There is no way to limit keytracking of noise to a given interval, say from C1 to C5. This is possible for the filter however with the "KTR FLT" option. Crossmodulation, in other words FM (right?), thus phase modulation in Massive, has a very different sound to it. I'll try doing it in on a FM synth..
31-Jan-08 12:39 PM
VERY HELPFUL. THANKS SO MUCH
22-Mar-08 01:06 AM
I must say William, having a 2k laying aropund here for two years, and then wanting to do something about it, sent me to your cite here.
Not being able to go all the way into perfection like you have, at least not yet, I am here to report that I did come up with a lot of knowledge in one afternoon, and right now my studio is making some almost serious eclectro-jungle impersonatio-sequence.
Thanks a bunch! You da man!!
24-Mar-08 04:31 PM
Can't seem to get that nice HH sound you got here. Only by changing the "filter type" to 12bph or 12hpf do the hats sound good, but then the lower tones of the kick and snare are lost. Also when I go to the "mod sequence" for the arp, it changes the tone of the lows considerably, losing the kick and snare again to thin sounds. You make it look so easy!
24-Mar-08 11:33 PM
Ok so I got pretty far!.
But I still can't get those nice hats, can't seem to tweak them high enough.
And I can't figure out how to adjust the individual hits volume in the 2nd mod sequence. I can see the procedure, and I have tried different ways, through adjusting noise, and pitch, but amp or volume doesn't seem to work at all. This would be a big boon to figure this out.
26-Mar-08 09:26 AM
Ok I figured out my questions. The 2nd mod sequence amp parameters is in conjuction with the main amp knob. Just turn amp knob down, turn mains up.
26-Mar-08 05:35 PM
In the last instruction William says "Try useing the mod sequencer on the 2nd timbre as an arpegiator"
But when I do that, first setting 'both' timbres to arpegiator, the notes above the split turn the timbre one arp off.
28-Mar-08 08:53 PM
Inside Synthesis Said...
kev - What I meant by "use the mod sequencer as an arpeggiator" is that you setup the mod sequencer to emulate one - you don't turn on the arpeggiator for the second timbre, otherwise it will mess it up.
You emulate an arpeggiator by applying the mod sequencer to pitch, and then using the knobs to control an octave spread. It's not the same as an arpeggiator, but you can get a very similar effect.
You can also use the MIDI sync'd LFOs to do it as well.
01-Apr-08 03:31 AM
Thanks William. Got it.
10-Apr-08 06:11 PM
Heyy! Thnxx for the sysex!
only problem is, that the 808kit sysex is missing, or there is a broken link?
idk, but it wouldnt download, and i really want to hear what you came up with!
Please replace the link?
24-Mar-09 11:44 AM
ok, after "downloading" the sysex files, they didnt work, they saved as sysex.txt, and they aren't working with sysex librarian.
Am i doing Something wrong?
24-Mar-09 10:13 PM
Nevermind i fixed it, i had to save them as .syx files, and not append the txt on the file extension.
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