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Re: rackmount midi sequencer

Yeah, there was an article on that this morning on Create Digital
Music (the blogg). There were also a link to Native Instrument's forum
where I learned that it sucks because it "can't record incoming midi".
Looks cool though. Some people say they like an MPC much more for that
job. The instant sampling wasn't demonstrated though, so it is still
not verified that it works as a looper. This was not a public review
though, just a vendor that thought it was so cool that he posted an
improvised demo video right on the spot. There will soon be more in
depth reviews on MD out there.

I've been thinking about using iDrum on my looping laptop, since it
can now record and quantize midi (like from drum pads) even into non
16 step grids. My point is not to just "have drum sounds" but to
visually play them into the loops from drum pads.

Greetings from Sweden

Per Boysen

On Wed, Feb 25, 2009 at 12:58 AM, mark francombe <mark@markfrancombe.com> 
> However , on a related note.. has anyone (directing a bit at you Per, as 
> are in the country, and in the job) tried out the elektron macine drum...
> rather pricy, but apart from a drum machine, it has a sequencer.. I 
> for external things (whats the way to program this?) and (veering on 
> a sampler.. read something abaout atht you could sample incoming audio to
> loop with the drum machine... and you could even samole the drum-machine 
> send it flying backwards.... now methinks this is sounding alot like a
> looper... anyone had an experience...?
> Mark
> On Wed, Feb 25, 2009 at 12:52 AM, mark francombe <mark@markfrancombe.com>
> wrote:
>> I have the Future Retro Mobius sequencer... its great, for what it is...
>> which is a midi AND CV sequencer.. however does NOT do what JJ was 
>> as its programed in an analog stylee, and not live input, record style.
>> mark
>> On Tue, Feb 24, 2009 at 10:35 PM, Rev Fever <revfever@ubergadget.com>
>> wrote:
>>> Not rack mount, but still kool:
>>> http://www.future-retro.com/orboverview.html
>>> These guys are a family owned and operated business, have been around
>>> since 1996 and make some great equipment. I have purchased from them 
>>> and can personally testify to the high quality of the workmanship and
>>> features of what they produce. They are also very personable and far 
>>> to deal with than some giant mega-corp.
>>> http://www.future-retro.com/company.html
>>> They used to offer this great rack mount sequencer, but unfortunately 
>>> now seems to be out of production.
>>> http://www.future-retro.com/mobiusoverview.html
>>> All the best to you,
>>> -Rev. Fever
>>> http://www.spiritone.com/~rvfever/
>>> On Feb 24, 2009, at 1:16 PM, J Johans wrote:
>>> howdy ya'll -
>>> im curious if a product like this exists - i see the functionality im
>>> looking for in drum machines.... but i just want a bare bones midi
>>> sequencer-
>>> basically i want my e-drums to go into the midi sequencer and record 
>>> pattern i play... then loop it untill it gets recorded by my looping
>>> software...all the while outputting the midi data to my sound module 
>>> drum tones...
>>> i would also have to be able to send it midi messages from my foot
>>> controller to start/stop midi recording...
>>> basically...im a shitty drummer... and since i loop to a click.... im
>>> looking for a way to quantize the drum parts i play to that click
>>> the korg M3 is a powerful sound module with a midi seequencer built 
>>> but the tech guys werent positive i could control it in such a manner-
>>> any suggestions would be greatly appreciated
>>> ty
>>> fro
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