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🛒Browse all Digital Pianos HERE ▸🤍 💕Subscribe to Merriam Pianos HERE ▸ 🤍 🔔Click the 🔔 bell to be notified of all videos! ▸ 🤍 #Polyphony #WhatIsPolyphony #DigitalPiano In this video, Stu Harrison of Merriam Pianos explains what polyphony is, and why you may want to pay attention to it. A pretty high number of digital piano buyers aren’t 100% sure what the specification actually refers to, so we hope this clears it up! Thanks for checking out the channel as well - if it’s the first time here, please subscribe and help us grow the channel :) What is Polyphony: Polyphony literally means multi-tonal...and in the case of digital pianos, it refers to the number of tones that the piano can sound at once. If two keys are played at once, that’s a polyphony of “2”. If 5 notes are played, that’s a polyphony of 5. So the maximum polyphony is the maximum notes that can be played at once. Since we only have 10 fingers to play the piano with, the need for greater polyphony is driven by the use of a sustain pedal, sounds that have longer release times, or layered sound. A good example would be a piano+strings layer...a very common pairing on digital pianos. Strings have an extremely long release time compared with pianos (when you let go of the note, the sound starts decaying, and takes 1-2 seconds to completely be silenced). So if you were to play a large stacked chord using the sustain pedal, and also play some sustained scalar runs on top of that at the same time, a max polyphony of 64 could easily be hit. Add a third layer, or have the scalar patterns played throughout the whole range of the instrument with the sustain pedal down, and you might even start to test the 128 polyphony limit. What happens when you run out of Polyphony? When that max limit is crossed, the instrument will usually mute the oldest note which isn’t still actively being played on a key. It just goes silent. For casual playing, this is unlikely to cause problems if the instrument has 64 polyphony (or around that range). However, if you are doing any recording, using rhythms, playing back a 16-track MIDI file (Format 1) or even just using layers in some kind of performance, and there are going to be noticeable gaps in the playing, or even critical tones may be missing altogether. For example, I’ve been in situations where a crash cymbal or bass drum kick on a major bar line was simply not played because I’d maxed out the polyphony, causing me to have to redo the sequence to free up some bandwidth on the tone engine. Recommendations If most of what you’ll be doing is ‘piano only’, then 128 max polyphony is going to be enough for your needs. If you could see yourself getting into layering with rhythms on a regular basis, getting something closer to the 192 or 256 would be preferable if the model selection and budget allows for it. Good luck with your shopping! Connect with Merriam Music: ● Website ▸ 🤍 ● Contact Us ▸ 🤍 ● Instagram ▸ 🤍 ● Facebook ▸ 🤍 ● Twitter ▸ 🤍
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In this video we explore the origins of polyphony across Europe and its development into various styles. We'll listen to examples of Notre Dame Polyphony by Leonin, Perotin, and other anonymous composers. Introduction - 0:00 Evidence of early polyphony - 1:15 Drone - 1:53 Parallel Organum - 2:44 Mixed or Oblique Organum - 3:01 Free Organum - 3:32 Discant and Florid Organum - 4:02 Notre Dame Polyphony - 4:36 How to listen to organum - 6:03 "Viderunt Omnes" by Leonin - 6:40 "Viderunt Omnes" by Perotin - 8:04 Contemporary response by John of Salisbury - 9:12 Recordings in this Video: O Virtus Sapientia: 🤍 Viderunt Omnes (Leonin): 🤍 Viderunt Omnes (Perotin): 🤍 Support me on Patreon: 🤍 Follow me on Instagram: 🤍 About me: I am a conductor, published composer, professional singer, sound engineer, and producer based in Los Angeles. I love classical music and want to help as many people as possible learn more about it. Sources: A History of Western Music (🤍 Renaissance Music: Music in Western Europe, 1400–1600 (🤍 Choral Repertoire (🤍 Choral Music of the 19th Century (🤍 Choral Music of the 20th Century (🤍 Music of the 17th and 18th Centuries (🤍 My Equipment: My camera: 🤍 My microphone: 🤍 My keylight: 🤍 Links included in this description might be affiliate links. As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases. I may receive commissions for purchases made through links in this post. Intro Music: Short Ride in Fast Machine (John Adams) - 🤍
The disc's title refers to Mary and her son, the Christ, which is the general theme of the medieval chant, polyphony and poetry that forms this program. The selections are ordered around three 13th-century "sequences" that describe Mary's experiences at the foot of the cross. You can get deep into the mechanics and musicological aspects of this fascinating music, or you can just listen. This is music that speaks to everyone, and the mere sound of these voices, whether in their incredibly pure and perfect unison or multi-coloured polyphony, can touch places within that otherwise rarely resonate. There's also something reassuring about connecting in this way with struggling souls of the distant past whose cares and hopes were much like ours. They survived largely due to their faith and its proclamation through music such as this. David Vernier Processional Hymn: O gloriosa domina Hymn: [Th]e milde lomb isprad o rode Conductus: Ave Maria gracia plena Conductus: O Maria stella maris Sequence: Stabat iuxta Christi crucem Sequence: Stillat in stellum radium Sequence: Salve virgo singularis Sequence: Stond wel, moder, under roode Sequence: O Maria virgo pia Hymn: In te concipitur Sequence: Jesu Cristes milde moder Motet: Veni mater gracie - Dou way, Robin Motet: O mors moreris - O vita vera - Mors Conductus: Salve virgo tonantis solium Sequence: Miserere miseris Conductus: Ave Maria salus hominum Conductus: Memor esto tuorum Antiphon: Ave regina celorum 🤍 Championing our British Farmers & Countryside. Supporter of our Police, Armed Forces and Royal Family. I follow Politics and Current Affairs, with a particular interest in British Social, Economic, & Military History. For my sins a Blackburn Rovers and Lancs CCC supporter. Twitter: 🤍OxfordTory Facebook: 🤍 © All Rights Reserved
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Missa Gabriel Archangelus 0:00:00 | Kyrie 0:04:20 | Gloria 0:10:50 | Credo 0:20:03 | Sanctus 0:25:25 | Benedictus 0:28:24 | Agnus Dei I 0:30:43 | Agnus Dei II 00:33:10 | Adiuro vos, filiae Hierusalem 00:36:43 | Ave Maria 00:41:49 | Caput eius aurum optimum 00:44:35 | Descendi in hortum nucum 00:47:17 | Dilectus meus descendit 00:50:02 | Dilectus meus mihi Missa Papae Marcelli 0:52:28 | Kyrie 0:56:24 | Gloria 1:01:55 | Creed 1:10:26 | Sanctus 1:14:10 | Benedictus 1:17:03 | Agnus Dei I 1:19:44 | Agnus Dei II 1:22:30 | Duo ubera tua 1:25:23 | Ecce tu pulcher es 1:27:52 | Ego Sum Panis Vivus 1:31:43 | Exsultate Deo 1:34:09 | Fasciculus myrrhae dilectus meus 1:36:31 | Fuit homo missus a Deo Missa Sine Nomine 1:39:47 | Kyrie 1:43:26 | Gloria 1:49:11 | Credo 1:58:04 | Sanctus 2:00:26 | Benedictus 2:02:44 | Agnus Dei I 2:04:37 | Agnus Dei II 2:07:02 | Guttur tuum sicut vunum optimum 2:09:55 | Hodie Christus natus est 2:12:20 | Introduxit me rex 2:14:42 | Jesu rex admirabilis 2:16:18 | Laeva eius sub capite meo Missa Ecce Sacerdos magnus 2:18:57 | Kyrie 2:23:05 | Gloria 2:29:11 | Credo 2:39:27 | Sanctus 2:44:09 | Benedictus 2:49:19 | Agnus Dei I 2:51:47 | Agnus Dei II 2:53:37 | Magnificat (Primi toni) 2:59:14 | Magnificat (Tone 8) 3:05:19 | Magnificat (Quinti toni) 3:15:39 | Nunc Dimittis (Quarti toni) 3:18:59 | Matin Responsory Missa O Regem cœli 3:22:03 | Kyrie 3:25:53 | Gloria 3:31:50 | Credo 3:41:39 | Sanctus 3:44:48 | Benedictus 3:47:26 | Agnus Dei I 3:49:32 | Agnus Dei II 3:51:56 | Osculetur me 3:54:42 | Nigra sum, sed formosa 4:00:30 | Peccantem me quotidie 4:05:24 | Pulchra es, amica mea 4:07:53 | Quae est ista quae prodreditur 4:10:38 | Pulchrae sunt genae tuae 4:13:19 | Salve Regina 4:18:26 | Salve Regina 4:23:31 | Si ignoras te Missa Virtute magna 4:26:15 | Kyrie 4:30:42 | Gloria 4:36:46 | Credo 4:46:52 | Sanctus 4:52:03 | Benedictus 4:55:11 | Agnus Dei I 4:57:29 | Agnus Dei II 5:00:08 | Sicut cervus 5:03:59 | Sicut lilium inter spinas 5:07:20 | Sitivit anima mea 5:11:24 | Stabat Mater 5:20:56 | Stella quam viderant Magi Missa Ad cœnam Agni providi 5:24:48 | Kyrie 5:28:47 | Gloria 5:35:23 | Credo 5:46:24 | Sanctus 5:50:54 | Benedictus 5:54:06 | Agnus Dei I 5:56:10 | Agnus Dei II 5:58:45 | Super Flumina Babylonis 6:01:54 | Surgam et cicuibo civitatem 6:03:53 | Surge, amica mea 6:06:26 | Surge propera amica mea 6:08:48 | Tota pulchra es, amica mea Missa L'Homme Armé 6:09:33 | Kyrie 6:12:31 | Gloria 6:17:40 | Credo 6:24:38 | Trahe me 6:27:09 | Tribus miraculis ornatum 6:30:52 | Tu es Petrus 6:33:48 | Veni Creator Spiritus 6:41:01 | Veni, dilecte mi 6:44:32 | Vineam meam non custodivi 6:47:22 | Viri Galilaei 6:52:07 | Vox dilecti mei
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Missa Papae Marcelli - Kyrie - Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina (1525-1594) Performed by New York Polyphony + tenor Andrew Fuchs and bass-baritone Jonathan Woody Available on ROMA AETERNA the new BIS Records release from two-time GRAMMY nominated male vocal quartet New York Polyphony. ROMA AETERNA features Palestrina's monumental Pope Marcellus Mass (MISSA PAPAE MARCELLI), arguably the most celebrated musical work of the Renaissance. Preview NYP's performance here: 🤍 ORDER ON AMAZON: 🤍
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Please help us keep our channel alive by donating as little as 1$ 🤍 Social media: Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 About the chant Crux Fidelis is part of a larger work by Saint Venantius Honorius Clementianus Fortunatus (c530-c609) beginning Pange lingua ('Sing, my tongue'). He wrote it for a procession that brought a part of the true Cross to Queen Radegunda in 570. This hymn is used on Good Friday during the Adoration of the Cross and in the Liturgy of the Hours during Holy Week and on feasts of the Cross. #Polyphony #CruxFidelis This chant is performed by Maîtrise de la Cathédrale Notre-Dame de Paris / Michel Marc Gervais Chant Text : Crux fidelis inter omnes arbor una nobilis: nulla silva talem profert fronde, flore, germine. Dulce lignum, dulces clavos, dulce pondus sustinet. Pange lingua gloriosi lauream certaminis, et super vía trophaeo dic triunfum nobilem: qualiter Redemptor orbis immolatus vicerit. Crux fidelis inter omnes arbor una nobilis: nulla silva talem profert fronde, flore, germine. Dulce lignum, dulces clavos, dulce pondus sustinet. Sempiterna sit beatae Trinitati gloria; aequa Patri Filioque, par decus Paraclito; unius Trinique nomen laudet universitas. Crux fidelis inter omnes arbor una nobilis: nulla silva talem profert fronde, flore, germine. Dulce lignum, dulces clavos, dulce pondus sustinet.
Lux Director Robby Napoli teaches the difference between homophony as part of our educational miniseries on texture. For more information on Lux's educational outreach, visit 🤍choirlux.com/education. 'O Magnum Mysterium' by Tomás Luis de Victoria, recorded by Lux. 'This is the Truth' by Ralph Vaughan Williams, recorded by Lux. Soloists: Zach Taylor, tenor & Austin Nikirk, soprano. Quartet: Victoria Delgado (soprano), Anya Trudeau (alto), Zach Taylor (tenor), Thomas Rust (bass).
Sta mane (This morning) Sta mane un diu hè falatu à fà e so parte à u mondu terranu, S'hè scusatu è hà pientu, Hà fattu casu pè una volta à a ghjente L'hà guardata è intesa, Trascambiata, sfarente. Un diu hà postu u so pede pè vede, Sangue di l'universu si perde Un diu di stu cunfrontu à u statu di l'omu, hà capitu digià Di u mortu di u mondu u scheletru hè rosu Cundannatu à sciappà A u nentru, nentru di sè, à prufondu. Da u pesu di tantu tempu persu, inanzu, À dà solu parolle Un diu s'hè rinicatu Cum'hè un omu inchjusu Ind'è l'universu chì more Stamane un diu s'hè tombu È nimu, nimu, n'hè stunatu /This morning, a god came down to earth he apologized and cried He paid attention to people He watched them and listened transformed, different A god put his foot to see The blood of the universe is lost A god of this magnitude is in the state of man He already understood From the dead world the skeleton is pink Sentenced to break inside, in depth By the weight of time lost before, giving only words In the universe that dies this morning a god killed himself And nobody is surprised
Songs / Tracks Listing 1. Crimson Dagger 2. Ariel's Flight : - a) Gorgons of the Glade - b) The Oneirocritic Man - c) Gift of the Frog Prince 3. Juggernaut 4. 40 Second Thing in 39 Seconds Line-up / Musicians - Glenn Howard / vocals, lead & slide guitars - Craig Massey / vocals, organ, Moog - Martin Ruddy / bass, backing vocals - Christopher Spong / drums - Chatty Cooper / Congo drums, timbales, percussion
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BEAUTY AND WISDOM IN FLEMISH POLYPHONY Capilla Flamenca takes early music to the souls of today's people Documentary by YVES GERVAIS (18'55'') This short documentary film presents Capilla Flamenca, ensemble for Franco-Flemish polyphonic music from 1350 until 1600, in four video clips and two television broadcast clips. Artistic director Dirk Snellings explains how Capilla Flamenca succeeds in brushing the dust off music that was composed about 500 years ago, not by popularising the compositions, but by integrating this early music in every which way in our modern society. People today are very often 'touched' by music in the same way as people were in the fifteenth century. Through crispy-fresh video clips, contemporary settings, through high quality performances and recordings Capilla Flamenca's sound finds its way to the souls of today's people. This in its turn is accomplished through careful study and a Historically Informed Practice (HIP). Franco-Flemish polyphony is part of our rich Flemish cultural heritage, to which the ensemble stays unmistakeably true. CREDITS Music: You listen to music composed by world famous Franco-Flemish composers such as: Josquin Desprez, Alexander Agricola, Heinrich Isaac, Pierre de La Rue, Guillaume de Machaut, Bernard de Cluny a.o. The ensemble Capilla Flamenca: Marnix De Cat, countertenor | Tore Denys, tenor | Lieven Termont, baritone | Dirk Snellings, bass | Liam Fennelly, Thomas Baeté, Piet Stryckers, viola da gamba | Jan Van Outryve, lute | Patrick Denecker, recorders Film fragments: In myne zyn, director Tristan Bourlard (2010) Musical biography of Margret of Austria, production Canvas Klassiek (2011) Ich muss dich lassen, director Yves Gervais (2011) Espris d'amours, director Yves Gervais (2012) 12x12. A musical zodiac, production Jevon Lambrechts (2008) Mia, by Gorki (1991) Rosa, director Yves Gervais (2009)
More videos like What Is Polyphony? 👉 🤍 Daniel's Synth Clips video tutorials can be found here 👉 🤍 Shop keyboards and synthesizers at Sweetwater 👉 🤍 Watch every episode of Daniel Fisher's SYNTH CLIPS tutorial videos 👉🤍 If you’re wondering what video gear we use, check it out 👉 🤍 Daniel Fisher, Sweetwater's player of polyphony, helps you to understand polyphony vs. paraphony vs. monophony. Does it affect more than just the number of notes you can play simultaneously? Find out in this video, then click the link above to shop keyboards and synthesizers at Sweetwater! After you watch, check out Sweetwater.com today for all your music instrument and pro audio needs! 👉 🤍 0:00 - Intro 0:10 - Defining Polyphony 0:24 - Early Synthesizers and Monophony 1:12 - Monophony with Different Oscillator Pitches 1:51 - Paraphonic Mode 3:10 - Simulating Polyphony 4:32 - Thanks for Watching! #Sweetwater
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(DISCLAIMER: Unfortunately, my video is being monetized by a music distribution corporation and they are solely responsible for all advertisements. You can bypass these ads by using an ad blocker in your browser.) Basiani Ensemble. Georgian Polyphony Singing: Religious Songs (2013). Track list below. Enjoy the music! Icon of the Virgin Mary and Christ painted by Davit Kakhidze. You can learn more about the Basiani Ensemble and view other beautiful Georgian icon paintings at the following links: 🤍 🤍 [0:00] Shen Khar Venakhi (You are a Vine) [3:19] Shen Khar Venakhi (You are a Vine) [6:08] Dideba Magalta Shina (Glory to God in the Highest) [9:19] Upalo Bageni (O, Lord, Open Thou My Lips) [11:12] Agdgomisa Dge Ars (The Day of Resurrection] [13:29] Akebdit Sakhelsa Uplisasa (Praise Ye the Name of the Lord) [18:36] Angelosi Gagadebs (The Angel Cried) [21:26] Mkholod-Shobili (Only-Begotten Son) [23:56] Jvarsa Shensa (Thy Cross) [25:33] Netar Ars Katsi (Blessed is the Man) [31:09] Shtakhed Shen (Thou Didst Descend) [33:22] Gvtismshobelo Kaltsulo (Hail, O Virgin) [35:35] Krmata Gmrtismsakhurta [38:19] Girs Ars Cheshmaritad (It is Truly Meet to Bless Thee) [41:11] Angelosi Gagadebs (The Angel Cried) [43:05] Ganatldi, Ganatldi (Shine, Shine the New Jerusalem)
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■ ALBANIAN ISO-POLYPHONY ▪︎ #Albanian iso-polyphony is a traditional part of #Albanian #folk #music. Included in UNESCO's #intangible #cultural #heritage list as a "#Masterpiece of the #Oral and #Intangible #Heritage of #Humanity" - proclaimed by UNESCO. [See: UNESCO Culture Sector, Intangible Heritage, 2003 Convention. Link: 🤍 ■ Traditional Albanian polyphonic music can be divided into two major stylistic groups as performed by the #Ghegs of northern Albania (#Gegënia) and the #Tosks and #Labs living in the southern part of Albania (#Toskëria). The term iso is related to the ison of Byzantine church music and refers to the drone accompanying polyphonic singing. The drone is performed in two ways: among the Tosks, it is always continuous and sung on the syllable 'e', using staggered breathing. Among the Labs, the drone is sometimes sung as a rhythmic tone, performed to the text of the song. Rendered mainly by male singers, the music traditionally accompanies a wide range of social events, such as #weddings, #funerals, #harvest #feasts, #religious #celebrations and #festivals such as the well-known Albanian #folk #festival in #Gjirokastra. Albanian iso-polyphony is characterized by songs consisting of two solo parts, a melody and a countermelody with a choral drone. The structure of the solo parts varies according to the different ways of performing the drone, which has a great variety of structures, especially in the popular style adopted by all groups performing this music. Over the last few decades, the modest rise of cultural tourism and the growing interest of the research community in this unique folk tradition have contributed to the revival of Albanian iso-polyphony. However, the tradition is adversely affected by poverty, the absence of legal protection and the lack of financial support for practitioners, threatening the transmission of the vast repertoire of songs and techniques. The rural exodus of young people to the bigger cities and abroad in search of jobs compounds this danger. Given these conditions, at the present time, the transmission of this tradition is maintained through professional folk artists, rather than within the family structure. ■ PLEQËRISHTE ▪︎ A genre of Albanian iso-polyohony is called "#Pleqërishte" (meaning "of old men" or "of the old time"). It is typical for #Labëria and is principally identified with the city of #Gjirokastër and its environs. Polyphonic songs are an important part of #Tosk (southern Albanian) culture of all four regions of southern Albania (which are #Lalëria (#Myzeqe), #Toskëria, #Çamëria, and #Labëria). ▪︎ A similar and related form of polyphonic singing is also practised by northern Albanians (also called #Ghegs). In northern Albania (called "#Gegënia") iso-polyphony is mostly practised in #Peshkopi and #Malësía. Also practised by Ghegs of #Kosovo, (southern) #Montenegro (by #Malësor; "#highlander") and Northern #Macedonia (in #Polog, #Tetovo, #Kičevo and #Gostivar).
★★★ My playlist with English choral pieces: 🤍 Polyphony (dir. Stephen Layton): CHRISTMAS LULLABY "Christmas Lullaby" was written (music and text) in 1989 by John Rutter for the Bach Choir and its conductor, Sir David Willcocks, for performance at the choir's hugely popular Christmas concerts in London's Royal Albert Hall. It also marked Willcock's seventieth birthday, as one of three commisioned carols - the others being by William Mathias and Willcock's son Jonathan. The haunting melody of the verses and the reflective refrain of 'Ave Maria' have made this an immensely popular carol. Polyphony (2001) City of London Sinfonia Conducted by Stephen Layton ♥♥♥♥♥ I put a lot of efforts into my videos. If you like my work, consider supporting me with a small donation. You can use this link (my "real" name is Niels Brandt): 🤍 ♥♥♥♥♥ ★★★ Check out my Bach site: BACH Quotes - Delve into Bach, his music and vast influences Powered by quotations by prominent people from past to present 🤍
This video does a simple comparison between the Roland Fantom and the Yamaha Montage's polyphony management. Both keyboards will play the same exact song through MIDI using similar sounds. Which one do you think did better in the polyphony test? Let me know in the comments! Fantom Polyphony Problems Video Link: 🤍
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Have you ever wondered what "polyphony" is? Some of the most beautiful and atmospheric choral music falls under this description, but what defines it? Brighton Early Music Festival's Deborah Roberts explains and demystifies the term - with some beautiful music by Tallis, Byrd and anonymous composers along the way. _ Subscribe: 🤍 Website: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍
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UNESCO: Representative List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity - 2008 URL: 🤍 Description: Traditional Albanian polyphonic music can be divided into two major stylistic groups as performed by the Ghegs of northern Albania and the Tosks and Labs living in the southern part of the country. The term iso is related to the ison of Byzantine church music and refers to the drone accompanying polyphonic singing. The drone is performed in two ways: among the Tosks, it is always continuous and sung on the syllable e, using staggered breathing, while among the Labs, the drone is sometimes sung as a rhythmic tone, performed to the text of the song. Rendered mainly by male singers, the music traditionally accompanies a wide range of social events, such as weddings, funerals, harvest feasts, religious celebrations and festivals such as the well-known Albanian folk festival in Gjirokastra. Albanian iso-polyphony is characterized by songs consisting of two solo parts, a melody and a countermelody with a choral drone. The structure of the solo parts varies according to the different ways of performing the drone, which has a great variety of structures, especially in the popular style adopted by all groups performing this music. Over the last few decades, the modest rise of cultural tourism and the growing interest of the research community in this unique folk tradition have contributed to the revival of Albanian iso-polyphony. However, the tradition is adversely affected by poverty, the absence of legal protection and the lack of financial support for practitioners, threatening the transmission of the vast repertoire of songs and techniques. The rural exodus of young people to the bigger cities and abroad in search of jobs compounds this danger. Given these conditions, at the present time, the transmission of this tradition is maintained through professional folk artists, rather than within the family structure. Country(ies): Albania
In this video Tom and Matthew form Patchwerks share an overview and demo of the new NiftyKeyz by Cre8audio. Demo includes a demonstration on building a 4-voice polyphonic synthesizer in eurorack format. Learn more about the NiftKEYZ here: 🤍 From Cre8audio: "More than just a full-sized 49 key keyboard (with aftertouch), NiftyKEYZ has a whole load of space for a pile of whatever eurorack format modules you want to toss into it. All told, NiftyKEYZ has 112hp of available module space and its newly designed power supply provides 1500mA +12v, 1000mA -12v, and 1000mA +5v power. Stuff NiftyKEYZ with modules and you’ll have a franken-synth that’s only limit is the bounds of your imagination (or lack thereof). So having 4 voices that you can assign willy nilly in your own Frankensynth is super cool, but we thought you wouldn’t want us to stop there! NiftyKEYZ also has a multi-mode arpeggiator that syncs to an external clock as well as NiftyKEYZ’s internal clock. Speaking of clock, NiftyKEYZ can easily divide incoming clock to your heart’s content, as well as generate its own kicking pulse. Perfect as the center of your system or just being a part of it. Pretty Mod right? Speaking of Mod, NiftyKEYZ’s modwheel can send constant voltage, allowing you to modulate like a mad person. Additionally, you can toggle the modwheel into LFO mode where now the modwheel will control the depth of clock-synced LFO with 5 fantastic user-selectable shapes. We’ve only begun to scratch the surface. We haven’t even started to go on about the autochord, sequencing, expression I/O, velocity, and oh yea, there’s aftertouch too!!!!!" 🤍 Demo by : Tom Butcher and Matthew Piecora Video by: Matthew Piecora ( EZBOT) and Stephen Ly (Project 32) 🤍