So last night I unboxed my EMX2 and had a good old play around with it. It is definitely a very cool machine to work with however, I did run into a few issues that make the Korg a little annoying to work with. So I've made this video to show you those issues.
The native distortion effect lacks highfrequency content imho. I accidentally discovered how to add high distortion frequencies: by maximizing the added dithering: normalize a sample played at low volume. Doing so with the eq-effect will give you still a bit of high- low-band control using the fx knobs. website: http://www.leondustar.nl soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/leon-du-star facebook: https://www.facebook.com/leon.dustar bandcamp: https://leondustar.bandcamp.com latest ESX-track: https://soundcloud.com/leon-du-star/no-oldschool-but-funk-live checkout the electribrary : http://electribrary.electribers.com warning: Experimental (European) English is used in the video :)
Simply layering drumsamples doesn't give you the sound you want? Try this technique. NOTE: *FREE* downloadable (lowpassed) kickdrumsample (SUB.wav) included in the link below, which you can load into your electribe SX and apply the technique! THE LINK: http://tinyurl.com/p8bqa3j NOTE: I made the length of the kickdrum extremely long, so you can adjust the length using the decay-param to your liking.
checkout the electribrary : http://electribrary.2webapp.com my website: http://www.leondustar.nl and my facebook: https://www.facebook.com/leon.dustar the korg electribe esx is monophonic..or not? Well yes and no..here's how to easily create polyphonic chords. Happy electribing!