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Jamuary 2021

Hello!
I uasually have the intensions to participate in jamuary with a couple of songs but it usually ends up with only one song. I recorded this first thing in the morning today, the first day of the year. No apps this time, just ”real” instruments. I recorded into cubasis.

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  • edited January 2

    That’s really well done man! I like the song and and the video, especially dig your uke playing!
    I’m also giving Jamuary another whirl, but purely instrumental most likely...here’s day one:

    I played the drums and recorded them using the mics on a Tascam DP008EX running into a Line6 Sonic Port and iPhone. The apps used here are NeoSoulKeys Studio2, BASSalicious2, MU Waverly, Nanostudio2, and Group The Loop. The keyboard is a custom layout on a Sensel Morph.

  • @3sleeves thanks man. Your jam was awesome, I loved the drum and bass. 👍👏

  • edited January 2

    I’ve done 2 so far. Gonna try and do one every day this month.

    Jam 01

    Jam 02

  • Great stuff, everyone. Year 2 for me. Will see how far I get once holidays are over.

    Day 2 below. Experimenting with spatial control with Holonist app running on an iPhone. Sending CVs over wifi to iPad, converted into midi cc for controlling synth/fx parameters.

  • @fattigman Thanks man! @slicetwo @auxmux Dig your jams, nice ambient and electronic sounds abound!
    Here’s my day two, recycled my drum break, added some djembe and Korg iM1 in Group The Loop. I made the visualizer with Wizibel and did the masking and editing in LumaFusion.

    The theme was inspired by a hat my brother-in-law gave me recently.

  • Thanks @3sleeves Your boombap is always the best! Sweet sounding breaks in this one. Also, I dig your custom Sensel controller. I need to do more with mine.

  • @auxmux Thanks man, I appreciate that! Yeah that Sensel Morph is versatile, I use one primarily as a trackpad/controller for work now and another solely as a musical device.

  • @3sleeves man your beats are great. The second one is even better. Was the djembe a real one or samples? Just great 👍

  • @fattigman , I loved the simple intimate feel of this. Real instruments and a great voice as well. Excellent.

  • After mainly using a roland mc101 and maschine mk3 in recent weeks, Drambo draw me back into the ipad by adding
    Auv3 support. Addicted :) Hope you enjoy!

    Auv3s in use:
    Brambos Troublemaker, Ripplemaker, Ruizmaker Noir
    Arturia iSEM
    Pure Acid

  • @GeoTony thanks a lot, I'm glad you enjoyed it :smile:

  • @fattigman Thank you, those are real drums, djembe, and percussion. The main break is the same in both songs just slower and lower in the second.
    @JoHe Nice work, love those mellow and mysterious electronic grooves!

  • Inspired by @craftycurate, I played around the using Borderlands for a granular delay via the feedback loop. It's bloody fantastic.

  • @slicetwo said:
    Inspired by @craftycurate, I played around the using Borderlands for a granular delay via the feedback loop. It's bloody fantastic.

    How do you set a video background for you videos? I presume that’s not a built-in bit of functionality in AUM..

  • edited January 3

    @Millwardesque said:

    How do you set a video background for you videos? I presume that’s not a built-in bit of functionality in AUM..

    I screen record the session and use Adobe Rush or the built in iPad Photos editor to tint it heavily green. Then I open iMovie, put my background video in, and insert my greened screen recording over top using IM's green screen function. Easy-peezy-lemon-squeezy.

  • @slicetwo said:

    @Millwardesque said:

    How do you set a video background for you videos? I presume that’s not a built-in bit of functionality in AUM..

    I screen record the session and use Adobe Rush or the built in iPad Photos editor to tint it heavily green. Then I open iMovie, put my background video in, and insert my greened screen recording over top using IM's green screen function. Easy-peezy-lemon-squeezy.

    That sounds pretty clever, I shall give it a whirl. Thanks for sharing!

  • Starting Jamuary off with this dubby little jam. Drambo is hosting everything, I've added a project walkthrough for anyone interested in the behind-the-scenes stuff. Enjoy!

  • @drewinnit impressive, mate! :wink: :sunglasses:

  • Cheers!

    @senhorlampada said:
    @drewinnit impressive, mate! :wink: :sunglasses:

  • @drewinnit said:
    Cheers!

    @senhorlampada said:
    @drewinnit impressive, mate! :wink: :sunglasses:

    Yes, awesome work!

  • edited January 4

    @drewinnit

    very nice

  • @fattigman I love your style....

  • @JohnnyGoodyear said:
    @fattigman I love your style....

    Thanks a lot @JohnnyGoodyear, that’s the whole meaning with music for me to bring a little joy in our daily lives.

  • Getting some ambient vibes on the iPad

  • Let me get in the Jamuary fun !

  • Here i am using the Polyend Tracker to sequence Korg Module Pro, Aparillo and free running the DigiTone:

  • @slicetwo @drewinnit @echoopera @Thepixelproducers all great jams
    Very inspiring to see what kind of software and hardware you are using. 👍

  • Here's a second session for #jamuary using the Tracker and iPad:

  • Trying to use a different synth each day. Yesterday with all sounds from KQ Dixie.

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