OP-Z Battle 001

battle

#25

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#26

Thanks! I used a mute group to bring down the drums/percussion. You could also use the “duck” feature in the Performance Track to achieve a similar result. You can transpose chords in the master track OR on the chord itself by or by holding down the “tonality” step component button.


#27

Here’s one:


#28

Double checking because this one has too many rules: is it ok to tweak the initial settings of the accepted presets or do we need to use them as-is? Asking because I’ve managed to make the best sub-bass from the saw bass.


#29

Tweak away. You just need to use the plug in slot one. And feel free to dshare that preset!


#30

Here it is:

Technically my first “release” using the OP-Z :boom:

EDIT: Uploaded a new version! I wasn’t happy with the original outcome.


#31

Wow, really nice use of a single pattern. I like how it develops. Did you use lots of mute groups?


#32

Yes, I’m using 6 of them - super handy feature! I actually didn’t know about mute groups before reading the posts here.

A bit of a tangent: I’ve always been an MPC person, but the TE/Elektron way of doing things with steps and parameter locks is looking more interesting to me these days. I might replace it with an Octatrack or Digitakt (I haven’t decided yet).


#33

Giving this a try. No use of the master track, just messing with the sparks to get variety and depth into the progression. Can’t wait to really learn this thing https://soundcloud.com/richfrankel/op-z-1


#34

I think there’s definitely room for both. This is much more like programming music, amazing and forces you to think in a different way. It’s just less linear.


#35

I made this on a flight back from rome. the distortion effect of the OP-Z has some serious punk vibe and is glueing bass and kick nicely together. The Single Pattern was copied to the 16 slots, each using a different mute group.


#36

Here’s my “first week of ownership” effort.

CB


#37

Here’s mine! I had a ton of fun with this. :new_moon_with_face:


#38

LOVE the use of distortion here awesome work! :smiley:


#39

This is BEGGING for vocals, I love it!


#40

So chill


#41

My entry for the first OP-Z Battle. 1 minute long.


#42

I gave this a go! Educational.


#43

Oh man, I feel your pain. The OP-Z is so addicting, hang in there!


#45

Should we get a voting thread going?