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#321
Someone seems happy with the Beta and is havin' a go at it:

Ace as always @jjbbllkk

Hey, thanks! Yeah, the Beta OS is really great. The presets turn it into a completely new machine, really. I was thinking how people who buy the OP-1 with the new OS / presets (when it ever drops, that is) will have a very different experience with the machine than those of us who purchased it before the newest OS. The quality of the new presets are really something else.


#322
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QSwMey2vmFY&feature=youtu.be

absolute fire


#323
Just found this nice Modular, OT, OP-1 video:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NuQ3ELrAeTU

Nice sounds… It does get boring listening to 6 min of music that just bounces between two chords though. I guess chord progressions are hard to pull off in modular land…

love the sounds of this one. that hollow sine arp thing in the background is great.


#324

Hey operators, here’s a new track!

https://youtu.be/Vkrc2f85bYc


#325


Hey operators, here’s a new track!

https://youtu.be/Vkrc2f85bYc

I’m really into this Axioloti Core man! do I need to be a wizard to program the patch? I’m an absolute noob to this.

Can you program it so that you can for example use the fader for the high pass filter (for a buildup progression) and then kill the effect with a button?


#326
I'm really into this Axioloti Core man! do I need to be a wizard to program the patch? I'm an absolute noob to this.

Can you program it so that you can for example use the fader for the high pass filter (for a buildup progression) and then kill the effect with a button?
You totally can program the HP filter the way you proposed! I sometimes use the fader in a similar way, but instead of using a killswitch I just flick the fader back down to zero. Now I'm thinking about the cool stutter effects you could create with a killswitch.

The GUI works kinda like a modular synth. You can go very deep with the programming, but it's also fairly intuitive and you can build simple patches by wiring modules together in a very on-the-surface type way. I learned how to use it and designed my patch in about 3-4 days of tinkering with it. I used the Axoloti forums as a resource for advice and some user-made objects.

Here's a screenshot of the patch I'm using. The signal chain is duplicated for left and right signal. You can see all the MIDI assignments in the bottom left corner. Very powerful sound shaping tools, and this is pretty tame compared to what others have been accomplishing with the Axoloti!

#327
I'm really into this Axioloti Core man! do I need to be a wizard to program the patch? I'm an absolute noob to this.

Can you program it so that you can for example use the fader for the high pass filter (for a buildup progression) and then kill the effect with a button?
You totally can program the HP filter the way you proposed! I sometimes use the fader in a similar way, but instead of using a killswitch I just flick the fader back down to zero. Now I'm thinking about the cool stutter effects you could create with a killswitch.

The GUI works kinda like a modular synth. You can go very deep with the programming, but it's also fairly intuitive and you can build simple patches by wiring modules together in a very on-the-surface type way. I learned how to use it and designed my patch in about 3-4 days of tinkering with it. I used the Axoloti forums as a resource for advice and some user-made objects.

Here's a screenshot of the patch I'm using. The signal chain is duplicated for left and right signal. You can see all the MIDI assignments in the bottom left corner. Very powerful sound shaping tools, and this is pretty tame compared to what others have been accomplishing with the Axoloti!

This looks very promising, thanks for all the info. The Axioloti community seems very helpful and passionate as well. The idea of designing your own effects is bloody brilliant.
Thanks for sharing!


#328

In the eye of the storm- from Boynton Beach, FL


#329
Someone seems happy with the Beta and is havin' a go at it:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8x-WiGyec9o

Ace as always @jjbbllkk

This guy’s videos are really great!


#330

I have the nagging feeling I’ve seen this video mentioned already but I can’t find it in this thread. Sorry if this is a double post:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IbtlUNn-VRY



#331

Aaand another one:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QPagEnE5Ejg

Has some pretty nice live action going on.


#332

I put together a quick, 5 min. compilation of several performance clips. All hip hop. It’s a dynamite sampler. Thanks for looking.

https://youtu.be/MgiryrW0dqA


#333

@unflattered those are killer beats!


#334

Hey fellow operators, here is my latest beat. Thanks for checking it out!


https://youtu.be/TU3Vb0VM3os

#335

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BK-bpRhf8T4

lil sample jam from the other day in my "studio". Enjoy!

Instagram: muhrmusic
Spotify: Muhr

#336

Local Natives Live at KEXP (with the OP-1)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ArnkS36gPJ8&pxtry=1


#337

Hello guys,


check my new video

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EYdwyJWpmE0

Feedback appreciated :slight_smile:

#338

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BK-bpRhf8T4

lil sample jam from the other day in my "studio". Enjoy!

Instagram: muhrmusic
Spotify: Muhr

This sounds very cool, sick skills on the OP-1 and harmonica!


#339
A continuation of the vocal sample used in my previous song.

https://youtu.be/_go3TXhSEzY

#340

hello a gritty po 12, po 14, op-1 jam https://youtu.be/USijBwq8XQo