Sample playback-processing hardware

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Re: Sample playback-processing hardware

Post by Korhan » Sat Aug 01, 2015 12:19 am

Actually, I think I do not really need this. I am extremely happy with my microgranny, especially after upgrading it to 2.4 today. Simple, powerful and inspiring piece of gear. I have been using the Volca Sample in many creative ways as well. It is quite easy to get some good granulation out of it, especially with external MIDI control. The rest of the sample playback tasks can be taken over by Samplr or Borderlands on an iPad.

I may even get a second microgranny for a computer-less setup.

Many thanks for the good discussion.

Korhan
Computer: Macbook Pro, MOTU Traveler, Focusrite Scarlett 2i2, Live 9/M4L
Controllers: Keith McMillen QuNeo, Wiimote & Nunchuk, Akai LPK25, Korg Nanokontrol, iPad/Lemur

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