These are all of the drum-less tracks I’ve been playing to live on my YouTube/Twitch streams for the past month or so youtube.com/demonicsweaters. All of these tracks (with drums) can be streamed on all the streaming services for reference, or you can watch me play them live on the YouTube streams!
Each track is named with the song title, bpm, and time signature. To use to a click, drop each track into your DAW of choice set to the correct BPM and time signature, turn on your metronome, and everything should line up correctly. This library will grow as I add songs. You only need to purchase once, and can come back to download as often as you like when new tracks are added!
Use the PCSMF app to update the TD-6 firmware. Install PCSMF, select the MIDI device and the folder where you saved the firmware.
Update Procedure: 1. Turn off the power to the TD-6. 2. Turn on the power to the TD-6 while holding [EDIT] and [STOP]. You will see the display light up, but no text will appear. You will also see [EDIT] light. 3. Continue holding [STOP], release [EDIT], and press [KIT] button. You will see [KIT] light. 4. Continue to hold [KIT], release [STOP] and press [SONG] button. Once [KIT] and [RECORD] light up, you can release all buttons. 5. After a short pause, [KIT] and [RECORD] will go out and [PLAY] will light up. 6. Play the MIDI files from the computer. 7. As the files play to the TD-6, you will see [PLAY] light, then [PART MUTE], then [REC] several times in succession. 8. You will see the [PLAY] button flash, indicating that the update has completed successfully. 9. Turn the TD-6 off. Factory Reset Procedure: After performing the system update you must reset the TD-6 back to factory settings. Follow these steps to perform the Factory Reset: 1. Turn the TD-6 on. 2. You will see “Backup NG! Execute Reset All!”. Press the [ENTER] button twice.
Restore your settings and data using MIDI-OX (details in video)
Jump to 22:02 to see how to do everything correctly!
Wikipedia defines Cyberpunk as “Cyberpunk is a subgenre of science fiction in a dystopian futuristic setting that tends to focus on a “combination of lowlife and high tech” featuring advanced technological and scientific achievements, such as artificial intelligence and cybernetics, juxtaposed with a degree of breakdown or radical change in the social order.”
People were writing this stuff in the 1970s and 80s, but now we’re living in this world in reality. There is no more relevant time that Cyberpunk music should exist. So what does Cyberpunk music sound like? In my opinion, exactly like the music on 333. It’s buzzing and electric, high energy, at times chaotic, but framed in a feeling of technological intelligence which provides a sense of security.
releases August 14, 2021
Demonic Sweaters – Everything
Roland TD-6 and TD-27 Modules, Tama Club-Jam A2E kit, ddrum Red Shots, home made drum triggers, Behringer Crave Synthesizer, Behringer, TD-3 Bass Synth, Korg DS-8, UVI Emulation One, UVI Digital Synsations, Waves SSL Plugin Suite, Electric Guitars and Basses, Visic Technologies SmartWav2, Ableton Live 11, Reaper, Audacity, stuff I forgot, coffee, lots and lots of coffee.
I just stumbled upon this amazingly fun compilation by Cian Orbe Netlabel based in Chile. The amount of work these guys are putting into curating music is pretty astonishing. It’s all horror house, goth, cyberpunk, wave, new age, weird, and fun music, wrapped up in to theme based compilations, so it’s super easy to find something to fit your party!
They used the track “Mirror World” off the Demonic Sweaters album, “Visitors” on the compilation above. It’s an honor to be included in such a cool mix.
Check out the full netlabel by clicking the image below!