Another inexpensive 303-clone. 90€ from a sale. Previous excperience with such devices is Roland TB-3 which is of the Aira line and very much digital. TD-3 isn’t but it has an onboard distortion which i’m not sure. Behringer claims its all analog and it seems to make certain signature sounds much better than TB-3. Have to test this out a bit more. Here is the first sounds I got out. TD-3 got usb midi, din midi in and out and cv synch in/out etc. connections for semimodular/modular gear.
My music used on a timelapse video about when this piece of art was shown for the last time.
My tracks used in a couple of videos showing my hometown, thanks to Juha Penttinen:
I bought a Lightning – USB cable and played some notes with my Alesis Andromeda on video via a Behringer UCA202-soundcard. No configuration was required, the soundcard worked just by connecting the iPad to it.
“… Seq1 is an aleatoric music sequencer aimed for soundscape creation and live performance. (Väisänen & Jauhiainen, 2010, p. 1) It intends to address problems with certain attributes of aforementioned instruments. Inspiration for the design came from such software based musical instruments as the reacTable which has been used by contemporary musical artists in their live performances. reacTable and recent musical instruments like it are based on large multitouch screens…”
Read the rest here if you will. The history bit might be interesting at least: