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Listening, Technique, Hardware, Visuals, Synth
Mucking about with a Go Pro next to Loch Lomond.
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dubchieftain: Nice vibe! I live not too far away from here.
bogdan: hey, I get a weird security error when attempting to visit your Aleccheer site. Is this some Scottish tomfoolery?
reehc: @dubchieftain thanks, wow lucky! @bogdan fixed the link, no tomfoolery just scottish internet stupidity! (I haven't made my site secure yet)
Teenageengineer, Hardware, Synth, September, An4log
teenage engineering have really come up with something that seems truly unique among the sea of modules and an4log re-releases coming out of namm. op-z out in september.
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bogdan: woops, updated, thank you @Juice.
skab: I agree - it looks amazing. I'm very excited to see what in can do. The fact that it can integrate with Unity and sequence DMX lighting channels sets it apart from everything else on the market. The sequencing options look intriguing!
prugelknaben: OOooh! Looks great! And hahaha! Nannyfilter!
Synthesizer, Namm, Hardware, Volca, Yummy
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dug: i don't actually use hardware that much personally, i've tried, but have rarely been convinced. i do like the idea of this box as a kind of sub-basskick box you can get hands on with... i think that's part of the appeal, the physical, tactile interface of hardware. For instance, when i started using USB controllers for the first time, the style of the music changed. it's definitely the kind of thing i would consider buying to play with for a while at least!
JohnVerchot: Cosign @zfigz absolutely gets creative juices flowing, come up with a few riffs, then record and arrange on the computer when done.
Jonas78: @bogdan I don't speak meh of hardware in general :) , just not excited for the kick thing for its advertised scope in possibilities. My harddisk is OD'ing with kick sounds anyway ;) .
Eurorack, Hardware, Modular, Studio, DIY
The current Craque Shaque. Turntables, ESQ-1, eurorack modular and lots of DIY, pedals and guitars and shit. studio hardware eurorack modular diy
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craque: Yep I have a pair of Behringer Truth B2031's and a modest "computer speaker sub" to round out the sound.
skab: Nice! Do you jackue in the Craque Shaque?
Iololike: wow, that is fabulous
Listening, Technique, Hardware, Software, DIY
testing......did /does this work? posting my new 'ep' just released in New Zealand by Metallurgic ...... :? anyone picking this up (as in able to see this!?) hardware software diy technique listening
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zer0x: https://soundcloud.com/ezekielbweiner/the-twon25godogerisk151-dirgessacidmarch2-12wizardmix the real track 3*
Hardware, Studio, Antonio, Anyhoo, Canada
ahoy everyone, it's good to be back. lots have change in my neck of woods, now with kiddos + wife + career.
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skab: Hey @zfigz good to see you back. Hope the move goes well! That's a lovely looking studio!
TomPhonic: Damn nice temp studio. do you have any tracks with the blofeld? I've always wanted one of those but haven't really gotten to the youtube explorations on it.
zfigz: yup yup, grassnose.bandcamp.com . everything but braction use the Blofeld. i typically user it for pads, chords and just overall weirdness since it excels ever changing / modulated patches. ps i've always dug your sounds, keep it up!
Hardware, Studio, Sequencing, Sequencer, Streaming
Hi, my artist name is TREPANIC, names Conor, first ever visit here, will post some things about what I've been up to and how things are developing. Released a 4 track EP on 247House label a month ago called MIND FOLD and is featured on all the major sites, I am a Progressive House/Electronica artist with my own flavour, more to do and release, after moving house a few months ago I have now wired up my studio working space. It is also my home so I am around my creative area most of the time unless otherwise occupied. The only outboard synth I have/use as a creative extension to my work is the Moog Sub 37 which includes the on screen editor too for audio designing and manipulating it in anyway possible. The MAC ME665 is 16 gig ram and I work mainly with Logic Pro X with a huge personal sample library filling up all the time with anything I find interesting sonically. I write and compose, arrange and master all I do. Am here recommended from a friend and because I am open to see a lot of what others do and hope to share information and discuss anything of value to what we all do, TREPANIC studio
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bogdan: hey Trepanic, welcome aboard! Put a track for us to listen to from your SC. Can I ask how you found EM411?
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