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wisefire

Post by wisefire » Sun Apr 10, 2011 11:44 pm

Hey,

i guess i'm a DS-10 musician.. i make music on other stuff too.. but for ease of use and portability a korg ds-10 cant be beat for live performing.. Got introduced to this forum after speaking to DS-10 Dominator after a liveshow (kickass btw!)

i've got some mp3's up on my site.. and a short youtube clip of me performing in amsterdam..
http://www.wisefire.net/joom15/index.ph ... korg-ds-10

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Re: wisefire

Post by HarleyLikesMusic » Sun Apr 10, 2011 11:55 pm

Welcome!
I hope to come over to/play in Amsterdam one day.
DS-10 Producers that I have seen live:
AuxPulse, Critical Strike, DS-10 Dominator

(I will travel the world and add a lot more to this list one day)

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Re: wisefire

Post by DS-10 Dominator » Mon Apr 11, 2011 8:05 am

Thanks for joining man!

I really liked your tip about putting one note on each channel and fading in and out, I imagine that works very well for some genres. Care to explain in a forum topic?
soundcloud.com/auxpulse soundcloud.com/ds10dominator

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Re: wisefire

Post by wisefire » Wed Apr 13, 2011 10:29 pm

yeah, awesome breeding place here..immediately used both managers to reorder my livesets, and copy them over to my ds-10+ too bad the mac version cant read 10+ saves..

im not sure which trick you are referring to.. do you mean my method of creating multiple melody sequences out of one pattern by way of "muting" some notes. i could make a quick video tut about that..

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