IDMf Live Set & Live Jam Thread


#1

Saw it in the hard ware thread…thought why not…

No rules…
Just idmfers recording their jam sessions/live perfomances for fun.

Have fun and make music

:slightly_smiling_face:


#2

I’ve done a few of these, but I don’t think anyone here was really all that interested :slight_smile:

I had a little more luck on Twitch and just inviting people to watch, TBH. Obviously I’d be super interested in other people posting stuff like this on here though, so I fully support this!


#3

I’d be interested in playing along as a collab with someone.

Somehow?

Not really sure how it is done.
I did something with a guy using ninjam and reaper once.


#4

Jamolus seems to get decent reviews.

I’m up for posting short live jams, they might be boring though…


#5

The problem is that my current liveset is about triggering clips and moving a crossfader every now and then, hardly exciting stuff…


#6

While I’m off to a fabuuuulous start (not really) this is supposed to be my year of live jam videos. I will do my best to post something…anything…somewhere…anywhere…on the forum. Maybe here lol.


#7

Its The sounds that come out of knob twiddling…
That make it interesting…also midi instruments…see guy jumping into a pool after making a beat.


#8

You don’t want what comes out of my knob from twiddling! But may enjoy what I do with a pot/ potentiometer :wink:


#9

#10

Enjoyed it. Loved the sound design. Was able to hear all the textures on my phone.

Only feedback I would of slightly Sidechained the glitched hat layer but it’s so minor that sidechaining a drum layer can be ignored.

Good liveset/jam session.

:smiley:


#11

This was really cool!
Great jamming setup you got there!


#12

Fabulous. I love the Progressive House/Techno feel to this.

Besides the 1010 Bluebox might have to take a serious look at the Blackbox too.


#13

Thanks for the comments guys. Really enjoying this setup here. The NDLR really opens things up on the playability front. Being as I’m not a theory expert and loathe programming progressions on step sequencers it really ticks the boxes.

@bfk yeah I agree with the ducking on the glitch stuff. However with this setup, sidechain compression would be difficult. I think the hats and glitch are just a tad too loud. Bringing them down a couple db would likely solve it.

Thanks again for the feedback guys.

Who’s next up with the jams?


#14

Ill get a demo of what I have been working on recorded tomorrow.