Thanks to all who have purchased the first Krome book. If you haven’t ordered yet, for a limited time the introductory price is only $19.99 and includes a full 60 days of personal email support! The book offers several project courses, so it’s more than just a book; it’s a training course!
If you’re the type of person who loves to learn step by step, with super simple explanations, then this is the book for you. It is written for ALL users, young and older, rookie or pro. If you are serious about making your musical ideas reality, then you owe it to yourself to learn your investment. You too can COMMAND the Krome.
The first of several volumes in the Commanding the Korg Krome series is done. For now you can purchase it by clicking the BUY NOW button in this article (open this article to see it). I will email you the book within an hour or so of purchase . The book is 70 pages with graphics in 8×11 format so in a regular sized book it’s more like about 150 pages. Open this article to get an excerpt and read the table of contents. (more…)
I know, I know, I am a terrible blogger and a terrible person. I apologize for both. I started a new job and it totally took me out of the blogging mix and off my Krome book project. But today I announce my return to finish what I started. Thanks for hanging around. The book is not far from done. Stay tuned.
The book is about a week out from completion! I think it will be of great service to many Krome users. While I have loads of nits with the Krome, I am very impressed with its sequencer timing. It is very tight like an MPC and I constantly find myself bobbing to the beats I am making on it. The swing quantization is also superb. Combine the timing with some very cool programs and arps and Krome is a totally competent beatmaking tool.
The only problem I see at this juncture is the hiccup that occurs between songs when using CUE LIST to create song sections–even when effects are turned off. Not good. Good thing (more…)