Interface Concept.

“The intuitive nature of these machines allows for quick modification of sounds as well as infinite combinations of creative phrase construction.”

4 Dec 2004 | Music | 0 comments

Mixing Interface.

Yamaha MG 10/2 mixer provides the main function of mixing the sounds from each machine. In total there are 4 summary sound groups provided from the 3 machines.

Final levels and equalisation can be adjusted to optimise the sound quality and resonant frequencies. This allows fine adjustment to compensate for room acoustics and sound system dynamics.

Korg Kaoss Pad provides up to 50 different effect settings. This is mixed through the auxiliary BUS on the mixer. Effect levels and designation can be selected via the mixer for each of the 4 channels used. Further effect calibration can be achieved by using the touch screen interface on the Kaoss Pad X-Y axis.

This interface concept was configured with flexibility in mind. The intuitive nature of these machines allows for quick modification of sounds as well as infinite combinations of creative phrase construction.

The overall style of delivery is similar to how a Techno DJ mixes 2 or 3 records to provide a unique remix. This method takes that into a deeper realm of mixing. The ability to layer multiple phrases (smaller parts that make up a record) to provide a more detailed remix.

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