Tim Exile has been bending and twisting technology to fit his musical needs for years now.

Exile says that he’s always wanted a device that lets him really “get [his] hands into the tracks”, and that’s exactly what he’s achieved with his unique instrument, the Flow Machine. Combining controls for loops, effects, samplers, grooveboxes and synths into one big box, Exile has built a catch-all instrument where “everything happens in the moment.”

FACT TV headed to his home in London to see how the machine works, where Exile gave us one part demonstration, two parts jam session.



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