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Analogue, Eurorack, Kurzweil, Machines, S3200XL
mookid avatar

Hello again During the past 10 years I've been continuing to create music.. My hardware collection has been growing. I decided to go computer-less for a while. - it was hard work. I've learned to love a couple of machines I never thought I'd have the time for,- namely the Akai S3200XL and the Kurzweil K2000S. I had a phase of wanting to get a really nice analogue synth, but soon realised that few analogue synths have the personality that I crave. I've managed to avoid the Eurorack. Studio

11 6 775 Sep 2016

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zfigz avatar

Ditto on avoiding the Eurorack craze. Maybe one day!

Sep 2016
adcBicycle avatar

Good job on going computer-less. Looks like you relapsed hard though, now you have 3!

Sep 2016
DInterplay avatar

Nice setup. What are you using as your main sequencer in your computer less environment? I don't see a groove box, MPC or workstation for sequencing.

Sep 2016
mookid avatar

Sorry. . . I *was* computer less. I was using an MPC2000XL as the main sequencer with all audio routed into a Mackie 1604VLZ. It was fun but I wasn't comlpeting anything. The music I was making was essentially boring.

Sep 2016
Butters avatar

Im so glad this forum is back! This is my first post haha! ANYWAY - cool setup dude : ) I think I'm gonna do a computer-less project soon too yay. CHeers.

Sep 2016
implexgrace avatar

i went computerless for a while and it was fun but it definitely does not equal making better music or being more productive. i just sold a lead 1 rack and virus A and some other stuff. still have a cirklon and k2500rs. like you, i came to love the kurzweil. it is such a big pain in the ass though, despite how good it is. i'm in the process of making samples from it before launching it into the sun.

Sep 2016
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