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 :)
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!
it *IS* possible to have soundoverlap between patterns. here a small demonstration of a one way of doing that. This is just a simple demonstration, if both patterns share the same tempo, one can easily resample a loop, and have it cascade into the next pattern. Key points: create a looped sound, use keyboardpart 1 or 2, put 'eg time' at 75%, and make sure the next pattern is not triggering any notes (it will break the sound from the previous pattern).ofcoarse using loops etc).