Looking down on empty streets, all she can see Are the dreams all made solid Are the dreams all made real All of the buildings, all of those cars Were once just a dream In somebody's head She pictures the broken glass, she pictures the steam She pictures a soul With no leak at the seam Lets take the boat out Wait until darkness Let's take the boat out Wait until darkness comes Nowhere in the corridors of pale green and grey Nowhere in the suburbs In the cold light of day There in the midst of it so alive and alone Words support like bone Dreaming of mercy street Wear your inside out Dreaming of mercy In your daddy's arms again Dreaming of mercy street Swear they moved that sign Dreaming of mercy In your daddy's arms Pulling out the papers from the drawers that slide smooth Tugging at the darkness, word upon word Confessing all the secret things in the warm velvet box To the priest-he's the doctor He can handle the shocks Dreaming of the tenderness-the tremble in the hips Of kissing Mary's lips Dreaming of mercy street Wear your insides out Dreaming of mercy In your daddy's arms again Dreaming of mercy street Swear they moved that sign
Looking for mercy In your daddy's arms Mercy, mercy, looking for mercy Mercy, mercy, looking for mercy Anne, with her father is out in the boat Riding the water Riding the waves on the sea
And here's another tune all recorded within the new M-Audio Venom.
No external drums and no external effects (although I should say that the parts have been tracked through the UA710 preamp with a good amount of tube distorsion).
By the way, I'm using the multimode and the arpeggiator to layer these grooves, but nothing is MIDI-sync, it's all live, trying to trigger the grooves in sync with each other. The fact that it works so well is really a tribute to how fun and playable this thing is.
Some British music sites, like Andertons or Dolphin, already state a 169£ price tag for the upcoming Korg Monotribe.
That'd be 190€ and 276$ (ouch!).
Is it the real final price? Time will tell, but 190€ sounds reasonable to me. If it doesn't go any higher, I'll sure buy one of these. If by chance it's lower, well, I'll buy a couple!
Well, well.. looks like I've chosen the right moment to sell my Monotron.
The new Monotribe looks amazing.
I especially appreciate the new chromatic ribbon system : let's face it, you just couldn't play a melody on the Monotron, which is part of why I sold mine back. And here comes sequencer and analog drums as well. That's neat, I say.
Apparently it could cost something like 280€, which is decent.
Here's the highest resolution pic I could find on the web.