Éclat: Part 42

Avatar eclatcrew | March 31, 2020


This is our second Éclat under Covid-19 Quarantine!

The goal here at Éclat is to help you feel inspired and motivated to keep making music, so today the challenge is definitely a WEIRD. I've been feeling a little bit overwhelmed and uninspired, like so many folks, so today I thought I'd dust off a little old toy of mine and make some weirds to make some music with.

This is the Korg MonoTribe, a little analogue Mono Synth and Drum Machine that basically has distinct trouble figuring out what you're trying to tell it to do. It's pretty charming. So I've made a pack of sounds from this little synth for you to download from this WeTransfer Link; use these sounds plus any others you like!

(Bonus points to people who ONLY use sounds from the MonoTribe).

NB: Please excuse the crappy audio quality in the video! If I do this again, I'll do it better, I promise.

Here's what we made:


How To Create & Process A Kick Drum From Any Sound
Novation // Start Making – House
Creating a Kick Drum from Scratch (Logic Pro X)
Advanced Sample Flipping with Andrew Huang
Creative ways of using Loops & Samples in your productions
Logic: Chop and Reinvent Loops in the EXS 24
Ableton: Making Vocal Chops
Ableton: Adjust Pitch in Simpler using Pitch Envelope
Drum Hacks from Maike Watson
How to make a Vocal Chop track
Ableton: Make your samples sustain in Sampler
Bwana: Creative Ways of using Vocals
Novation // Start Making – Techno
Bitwig: Creative Ways of Manipulating Audio
Ableton: Using Reslicing as a Creative Sampling Tool
Bwana: Sampling from Youtube
Logic: Sampling in Logic with “How to sample like Kanye West”
Ableton: 10 Tips To Help You Master Live’s Drum Rack
Bitwig: The Five Sample Challenge
Bitwig Studio 2 Drum Machine

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