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you can watch that on my basic demonstrations No. 10:
Look also in the manual for Midi Maps.
It´s not very difficult.
YES, I´m very interested in getting this serious phrase OS patch.
Thank you for you engagment like I do with the teaching videos.
if there enough people who like to produce a song with the Octopus as the central sequencer (not Live or Logic,…) It this possible to open a web-disk space f.e. on http://www.my-drive.ch) for file up-/download.
Some rules could be:
* Octopus/Nemo is the central sequencer in the setup
* Track lenght max 5 min.
* music style …this schould be free
* only one track per Octopus Owner
If we get a lot of tracks we can vote the 8 best one to be published on my-space or similar.
What do you think?
Post edited by: Dayflight-Trok, at: 2010/10/25 13:48
If you switch off the Octopus without saving before (Grid-Prog) the actual programming or changing are lost. The Octopus stores always the whole machine state.
I like your idea for a community Collaboration Project based on an Octopus Setup.
I will produce a track for this, but where and how should I upload this track (mp3)?
Post edited by: Dayflight-Trok, at: 2010/09/27 16:26
Octopus, Virus TI, Spectralis, Microwave I Kore, Mac Book Pro with Logic & Live; Reaktor, Arturia,…
All controlled by the Octopus.
Post edited by: Dayflight-Trok, at: 2010/09/27 16:30
Hi, I do ambient and electro music since a long time with the Octopus.
We do regular ambient sessions (www.ambientcircle.de) in Germany NRW.
The key of using the Octopus in the context of ambient is to work less with the 1/16 note sequences and more with long notes and cords plus midi controllers.
Also the use of the more deeper Octopus functions (effector,hyper steps,…)