Hey folks, here's a couple of tips for Koan Pro 2 ...
> >Being so impressed with the Koan Pro 2 chords
> Wonderful feature isn't it? Lets you set up in minutes what it took
> hours to do with v1 leaving you free to get on with more musical things.
To simulate e.g. a guitar chord being strummed, set a voice to chord
the appropriate chord depth, and then use a very small value for the
chord delay parameter ... very effective with some string patches ...
If you've set-up a voice to play chords (or arpeggios, if you use the
delay parameter), don't forget that you can add "feeling" to playing
chords / arpeggios by using either the note delay microcontroller, or
chord delay range parameter ...
Quote:> Have you got stuck into the user defined controllers yet?
> Huge potential for all kinds of strangeness :)
One of my favourites is to set-up two user microcontrollers on a voice
set both to control the Pan controller ...
but set both to use different timing cycles, and maybe different
Effect : an awesome bouncing pan effect ... can be incredibly effective
for dance music ! Even better for an XG system, where you can control
pan position of *individual* drum instruments in a drum kit like this,
you use the correct XG Drum Pan controller ... :-)
Any other tips ? :-)