Did a stream to show off what I think makes the Octatrack special and how some of it's core functionality works. This is the condensed version of the video with edits to make it flow better.
My Octatrack tutor is EZBOT and he's awesome: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCVXH8wh3uOfgE__OnhxxKaw
Table of contents: 00:00 intro and approach to learning the octatrack 03:54 project setup 06:28 through machine (getting sound in) 09:15 sequencing fx on the incoming signal 15:27 getting a drum loop working 16:46 slicing 25:38 through machine with digitakt 26:51 record buffers (resampling and mangling) 31:52 one shot trigs and arming (continuous resampling) 34:54 recap 36:36 setting up for auto slicing of input 41:01 just imagine 42:17 record buffer for digitone 45:37 scenes (crossfader fun) 49:44 recap 51:42 is octatrack for you? 53:36 outro jam ------------------------------------ Thank you for watching. My name is Jeremy, and this is Red Means Recording. I've been making music for a few decades now, and this channel is a place to make music and to talk about the tools and techniques to make music with. We'll use synths, drum machines, modular gear, and software.
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