These are not jams, this is me trying to understand the tape feature of the OP-Z.
Now that I’ve reached the halfway point in the month with this, I’m seeing some trends in my work. It’s easy to start to get stuck in a rut, especially because I’m timid about trying new things — like today’s sketch. I had in my mind clearly what I wanted to do, and I think with this sketch I got close. It’s all pretty basic looping stuff, but I’m triggering the muting and unmuting of each track by hand, and in fact this is two patterns (one without the running high hats, one with) with different tracks in each pattern muted. It’s going to take some practice before I can do that kind of manipulation quickly and in-tempo — I have a lot more regard now for the other OP-Z players I’m seeing on Instagram and YouTube!
Yesterday’s sketch, with processing. Adjusted levels & panning, played some live punch-in effects (tried both the punch-in and the tape effects of the OP-Z, but I think I do better with the punch-in fx), and a bit of cleanup in Audacity.