And as I promised... here is the link for the sound (type of music) I am so interested in. This amazing artist from Japan, called Denkitribe is using just 4 samples (that's what Korg KP3 allows you to have assigned to these 4 pads at once). Simply changing built in filters/effects, and he's turning these 4 samples into beautiful arrangement. I used to own KP3+ (40 more effects added on the top of hundreds of already available ones) and that thing is amazing, touch screen is so responsive, it's just incredible. Pure enjoyment to use. Denkitribe's KP3 live performance: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1hdhCSSWn-s
Anyway, I was interested in finding out where to find these amazing soft sounds he's using (or something along these lines of course).
In the mean time, if you are interested I just posted some of my quite old songs to SoundCloud (link in my signature). Some of them are dating back from 1995 - 2002. I used Korg X3, Roland XP10, Kawai Q80 as my sequencer, and bunch of software like for example Propellerheads RB-338, some super old version of Reason etc. I'd appreciate if you could give your opinion. Of course no one has time to go through all the songs, but if you can, pay attention to the following ones (that's the sound I like the most): "Spiritual Absence
", "Trip to Unreal
", "Into Delta
", "Asia Morning
" and "Viscid Vibes
". Have in mind, these are quite old songs, done using quite primitive tools (for this type of music).
Your valuable opinion is greatly appreciated.
Thank you in advance!