Noel-Kit a team of developers based in Tokyo Japan created a new software that has been specifically designed to enable you to create your own machine creation environment by connecting modules together on your desktop.
Watch the demonstration video below to see a quick overview of the feature set and creation process within Monolith which is this week taking to Kickstarter to raise the required funds it needs to go into production.
Noel-Kit explain more about the new software that allows you to select your favourite modules freely.
DUB-Russell is a Japanese electronic music group, started in 2010. All of our original sounds are created with Cycling ’74 Max software, also in our live performance, we are doing real-time computer improvisation – non-reproducible music.
DUB-Russell performs frequently in Tokyo as well as other international events including Sonar Sound Tokyo, ELEKTRA (Montreal, Canada), Meme City (Hangzhou, China), BRDG, VRDG and more. And now, I will introduce you to the beat-machine that I have been developing for the past decade. This development is based on my performance experiences, as well as my philosophy for beats and sounds.
Visit the official Kickstarter campaign page via the link below for more details and to make a pledge with shipping expected to take place during November 2017.
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