Thanks - I have a little modular bass voice going on, and I have the mixer routed so I can sample whatever is happening. There’s also a digital piano out of the frame I use for nice chord samples or as a midi module - the Digitakt can wreak havoc playing the piano via midi. The Begonia helps with tone.
What’s the amp and how do you run it with out a cab?
I’m looking for a compact solution to track guitar into ir’s .
That amp is a Yamaha THR5. It’s a little practice amp; it has built in speakers. It also glows orange for that old timey vibe. While it is a fabulous amp on it’s own, it lacks a mono line out - it only has a headphone out. So I run it as a stereo channel into the mixer.
Loads of Pittsburgh…nice
I have a system 90…that you cant see under a rainbow of spaghetti…
Question hows the stability of your oscs?
Is it my power supply or are yours drifty as?
I think I bought the last showroom APB Dynasonics Prorack House analog mixer in the world. It wasn’t easy to track down.
Nice work. Well tuned? And what scale?
I had one first generation Panart Hang Aeolian D, but it became out of tune.
I didn’t know i needed this. hahaha. seems to have great routing options
interesting sentence…im still trying to decipher it.
I sat here trying to come up with some witty interpretation, but then it started bothering me, to try and figure out what he actually means, and the only logical conclusion I can come up with is that he made this with a friend he made making this.
I think he means he made it with someone…& they became friends while making it I think
I figured he started making it, had a child, and it took so long that the kid was eventually helping him him finish it.
It’s so obvious now
Thanks! That’s awesome! The OG.
This is a C# aeolian like the Sam Maher Subway video. This was my 2nd attempt and luckily I befriended a kind steel pan tuner who is showing me the ropes. I shaped and he tuned this, but my tonefields didn’t have enough space from the ding so ding isn’t as resonant, but it’s an amazing feat nonetheless cause I was ready to throw in the towel and thougjt it was untunable. Justin Perkins of Sacred Rhythm Hanpans is a master tuner and he made it happen.
hahaha this is it!
Madrona’s Soundplane is the most beautiful and inviting instrument I have, mostly because it could be mistaken for a timeless classical instrument.
I’ve been interested in these for a long time. I have Aalto and love it.