Beat Kangz Electronics ‘Beat Thang’ mini review by Scott Gordon
The Slim Phatty contains the same sound engine as it’s older brother, the Little Phatty, but at a few hundred pound cheaper you lose the keyboard (and modulation and pitch wheel). Unless you’re are going for pure manipulation of the audio in, which I wouldn’t hesitate to recommend, most likely you will want to play it with a keyboard. Using a MIDI keyboard with pitch bend and modulation wheel features already makes up for most of what’s lost from the Little Phatty, but for 2/3 of the price.
For all Moog Little Phatty users, this video we have found shows you can use the new Slim Phatty alongside your existing Little Phatty to produce a polyphonic sound by combining them both together. With the Slim Phatty being such a small footprint, as an addition to your studio setup it shouldn’t be too hard [...]
When we first seen the Ultranova in action at BPM this year before it was released, we were extremely surprised and excited at what we could see and hear. Unfortunately the surroundings were so loud we could not hear the quality of this synth to full effect. We waited in anticipation for one arriving to [...]
We have developed a FREE Ableton Live set for all Akai MPK Mini users to download which allows you to control 4 tracks in Ableton Live with minimal mouse control. Simply use the provided Live Set as a template to get your own 4 track control using your own selected virtual instruments. Just make sure [...]
Submitted to use via Facebook was this video from a customer in our Newcastle Store. We felt this was rather humourous and so thought we would share it on our YouTube Channel.