Electribe2 Pattern Editor version 026 The Electribe2 Pattern Editor can be used to bring patches (parts) and sequences of various Electribe2 patterns together in new patterns. Editing of sequences is also possible. You can use your Electribe2 now for turning the dials. A Launchpad (original, S or mini) can be used to edit the sequence. Version 026: - MIDI support for Electribe2 dials - MIDI support for Novation Launchpad for the sequencer - View selector: Parameters, Sequence or Wide - Open- and Save Dialogs - Layout changes - Bugfixes Version 018: - Number display for Gate Time and Velocity edit Version 016: - Added a Windows stand alone version for MAX 6 (runtime) Version 015: - Added editor for sequences - Added grid for 8 drum parts Version 012: - Added editing of the Part Parameters. Version 011: - Added editing of the Global Parameters. Version 010: - First release. Loading and saving of .E2PAT files works, loading and saving of parts and sequences is also possible. This is the minimum functionality to let this editor work as a librarian. Next step: - MIDI IO to Electribe2 The working is simple. First you have to drop an E2Pat file (exported from the electribe2). You can select a current part by clicking on it's name. Then it is possible to save the current part or the current sequence or a combination of them to disc. This way you can create a library of patches (parts) and sequences. To create a new pattern you have to load an .E2PAT file as a starter. Then you can Select parts and drop parts and sequences from you library. Then you save the new .E2PAT fale and import is into you Electribe2. Of course the Electribe2 Pattern Editor is freeware. All sources are included. Please feel free to comment on this and make suggestions for improvement. Electribe forum: http://www.korgforums.com/forum/phpBB2/viewforum.php?f=48
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.
Made by Tarekith: (https://www.facebook.com/ErikMagrini.Tarekith) I felt some of the settings in the stock Korg electribe (new) default patterns (upper 200's of the Pattern list) were a bit odd, so I made a new default of my own. Thought some people might want it, feel free to use it or modify it as you want. To use it, place the file in the "KORG -> electribe" folder on your SD card. Then in the Data Utility menu, select Import Pattern, choose the card as the source, and then use the data encoder and Enter button to navigate to where the Pattern File is. By default it's set to load into Pattern location 001, just change the file name to the correct number if you want it somewhere else. Here's the file: http://innerportalstudio.com/files/ElectribeInit.zip A few of the things I changed: - Length set to 4. - Pattern Level set to 100. - Chord Set changed to 4 for all Parts - Gate Arp set to pattern 28 for all Parts. - Groove Type changed to laidback for all Parts. - The lower row of Trigger Pads are set up with the first drum type from each category, and all Voice Assigns set to Mono2. - The upper row of Trigger Pads are set up with a mix of the different OSC types, and all Voice Assigns are set to Poly2. - Trigger Pad Velocity and Scale Mode turned on for all Parts. In addition, I set up all Parts to have a default Level of 64 to give some more headroom. I also switched the Insert Effect to the "Delay 1/4" effect for all parts, I just personally reach for distortions very infrequently. Anyway, fixes some of the obvious ones like Trigger Pad Velocity and it also gives you more headroom to play with. Hope it helps.