Here is my “Electro-G” Combinator patch.
I’ve published it already on the french community site ReasonFrance.fr but never on this blog… Now it’s fixed !
Here is my patch :
I’ve just released a Propellerhead Refill dedicated to the Korg Monotron !
There are 2 Combinators :
The first one uses only one sample to mimic the real beast while the second one is a special one that uses 60 samples 16bit at 96Khz spread across 5 octave…
Yes one sample per note and each note is perfectly sliced.
Here is the download link :
I just wanted to share my impression about the Korg Monotron. The Monotron is not a joke, it’s a real analog synth !
Ok it’s small and cheap but frankly, it sounds great and I’m pretty sure that the -12db lowpass filter (same as the one on the Korg MS-20) is not stranger to this fact 😉
The design of the Monotron is very simple :
One oscillator, One LFO, One filter, 5 rotary knobs, one switch, one output, one input, one volume wheel and a ribon keyboard.
It cost only 50 euros and frankly you should not avoid such an expense !
This little thing is powered with 2 AAA battery(included) and the autonomy is far more than 8h.
The plastic case is reasonably robust for such a small toy and the rotary knobs are very precise ! The ribbon keyboard is a bit tricky to use and require some fine tuning and training.
In addition there are already some mods available and as you can see the technical schema is pretty simple!
After this apparent period of inactivity, I decided to share these backdrop.They’ve been created for my automatic EQ, but they are yours 😉
Here is a screen shot of my work ! The look is intentionally vintage !
And here are the Backdrops :
Here is a demo file with the special backdrops already assigned :