Looking for a real 808 since ever and finally got it (and modified it as well:)) Yocto Mods from the Forum: BD tune, SD OSC1 Tune, Clave/Rim1 Tune, CP Reverb, incl. On/Off switches for most of the mods (for original values). I built another clone using the XXLarge schematics back in the days. 50 mods. believe me…that´s the essentials that i build in my 808 as well.
My contribution to the compilation of the Berlin based label.
Kevin Over – Shady (Jacob Korn Remix) – mobilee183 Grab your copy here: https://mobilee.lnk.to/BackToBack3 or https://www.beatport.com/release/mobi… Kevin Over further cements his status as mobilee’s most exciting fresh talent with a blistering collection of unheard material, deftly showcasing the work of a young artist rapidly reaching critical mass. Part compilation, and part album, Over was keen to emphasize how this was his first musically extensive project which followed a defined musical structure, and was consistent in its vibe and mood from beginning to end; “I felt like I needed more of…read more
This lovely Linn drum/DMX/Drumtrak sounding drum machine with 24 sounds and a lot of interesting preset rhythms and fill/break variations. the programming is fantastic and uses a very lively feel (they call it a built-in humanizer function). I added an 8ch output multicore cable for arranging and mixing down those instrument groups in a more flexible way.
Deko Deko – Vertigo (Jacob Korn Remix) · Deko Deko Neustadt Remixes ℗ 2017 O*RS Released on: 2017-01-13 Associated Performer: Deko Deko Remixer: Jacob Korn Composer: Deko Deko Music Publisher: Copyright Control
My Juno journey started with Cuthead‘s old Alpha Juno some years ago. Next one was a Juno-6 that I equipped with MIDI and a chorus input to use as an FX unit (as I did on most of my other synths as well). I always wanted to try a Juno-106, so I got this MKS-7 rack that I refurbished (four dead voices). I traded the unit for a 106 with one dead voice, as I had already got a Roland 707 by that time. After fixing the problems, I placed a chorus input and…read more
The Uncanny Valley regular talks us through his favorite machines. The shaping and development of music taste will in most instances be an ongoing, infinite quest. After all, inspiration can strike at any time, in all variety of forms. It’s a sentiment that is even more true when it comes to actually making music. The spectrum of styles that have come out of Jacob Korn’s studio is testament to this: the German producer has dabbled in a bit of everything over the years. Earlier in his career, Korn pushed out…read more