Hello everyone! I’m a trumpet and piano player looking to make music in a portable piece of hardware that can make a full track on its own. This is going to be my first foray into electronic music hardware (but I have worked with DAWs before), and I’m excited! I am looking at getting an Organelle for this, but I have a few questions, and I could use a bit of advice:
- I know there are sequencers for the Organelle, but are they limited to only looping 16 (or something) steps? Can you make multiple 16 step sequences and combine them to make a longer loop (I think I’ve seen something like this in one of the Pocket Operators)
- In general, what would be the process of making a whole tune on the Organelle (suppose, a jazz backing track that I could improvise over with a lead synth); I assume Orac with sequencers and loopers (or maybe an external looper pedal)?
- I’ve looked into things like Axoloti, but I’m not really a programming/computer expert, so I kinda ruled that out. The only other thing I’ve seen that looks pretty good (and in a comparable price range), although very different, is the op-z. Any thoughts on that compared to Organelle?
Thanks for any knowledge and advice, I really appreciate it!