Something about that pic is just classic, the look on the face, the pink pacifier, almost color coded backdrop…
That’s who I want to dance to!
It’s just a reel moment. She wanted to test the AK when i just receive it. I explain to her filter and sound she tried
I envy parents whose children quietly listens to explanations of filter, envelopes and all the other good stuff…my two girls (3,5 and 11) never did…:sigh:…but i love them even without sharing my passion.
My small table Homestudio:
The synth storage:
How you finding Peak?
I recently started to fill it with my own Patches. This is one of the rare synths that a) Makes it a breeze to start from scratch and b) where every component is so well balanced and integrated that it seems that everything does interact with each other in a really organic way. Arp Odyssey or Prophet 6/OB6 are also that way.
Soundwise it can be organic warm bassy but also quickly bring you into digital territory of a DSI Polyevolver. I really like it! But thats just my taste. Someone else may not be ok with its precise adjustable Sound.
I love seeing the kids on the machines. That’s what’s up.
Now that I’m 100% DT, she can have fun with the MP. She we straight to bashing the pads and had the most (unplugged) fun.
Example of a kind of “traditional” upbringing of new electronic artists …
I got a little Push player too …
Complete modular and first Elektron machine !
I know… But I has been already three times “complete” so far, and every time something wasn’t right. Now I feel its really tailored to what I aim to do with it but of course, we’ll see. The Dgigitakt will however cure me of most sound module “gas” for a while.
This is the live set up I’m rocking here in Eugene OR.
Wow, you are pampering that tb3!
Not a good space for mixing though I’m afraid…
I think this is my best setup to date. Sold my Rytm and bought an OT mk2 with some eurorack percussion including Plonk and Pamela’s New Workout. Just really digging sampling hits from Plonk straight into OT. Plonk is fat and round in low end. Pam can do Euclidean etc so that sits well with a fat kick sampled from Plonk. I can then use either Pyramid or OT or both for sequencing Virus and OB-6. Loving this setup
I use DIN sync out from Pyramid to Pamela’s New Workout.