Your setups


#2854

I have grown very tired of the a4 sound so am looking to trade it for something semi modular to liven things up


#2855

Just get a synth that tickles your ears and creativity and put that A4 in and complete your triple Elektron stand :stuck_out_tongue: …at least for your updated “Your Setups” pic :slight_smile:


#2856

Update of the studio . Got rid of the Blofeld , Dark Energy and Elektribe … and got the two Strymons , Moogerfooger and Drumatix in place… so less synths and more fx. Makes me focus on the AR more which is a good thing both creatively and workflow wise .


#2857

Interested to hear how both of these sound


#2858

How is the Drumatix? Tempted to get one as it sounds like a cross between a 606 and 808 but the demos on YouTube have a lot of distortion on the kick in particular.


#2859

I love it , simple and effective . It does verry little compared to an AR , but it does it so good , tons of vibe . I m using the individual outs and no unwanted distortion here…


#2860

How much do those room dividers do for you sound wise? I saw some in ikea and it crossed my mind


#2861

Excellent!


#2862

Got one for sale in mint condition if you’re interested :grinning:


#2863

Use the Analog Four to sequence the modular. Process the modular through the Analog Fours audio inputs.

If I still had a control-voltage driven modular set up, then I’d seriously consider getting either an Analog Four, or a good MIDI-to-CV converter.


#2864

Might well be!


#2865

Not too complicated a setup all round, really.

I’m using the Octatrack Mk2 as the centre point for sampling/sequencing plus sample playback/mangling to treat it like an instrument. The pedalboard (in its current iteration) is there the magic happens; drones, tones, and loads of looping. There’s a Pigtronix Infinity Looper on a remote board, too, which I am tryin to get MIDI’d up to the Octatrack so I can start playing arrangements properly (see: the same every time!).

I want to get a synth of some kind - maybe a MicroKorg - for some subtle pads (Think Hotel Neon)… I’m not sure what yet, though.


#2866

A penny for your thoughts on the Strymon duo?


#2867

How’s that Mercury 7?


#2868

The BigSky is simply amazing; worth it for the Cloud machine alone. It’s SO versatile, it never leaves my board. I’ve got the TimeLine and Mobus, too, which I swap in as needed.

I love the El Cap for the sound-on-Sound mode. Looping bits that gradually degrade and become a smashed noise is magic! So much texture to the delay.


#2869

All three Meris boxes are insanely good. Each has its merits when used alone, but when you combine them… hooweee! They take on a life of their own.

The M7 does ‘Standard’ Reverb very well but it really comes to life when you dial in some overtones and give it a bit of colour.

Recommended.


#2870

Worthed every penny of it ! The sound is absolute top level , lots of easy accessable editing options and MIDI !


#2871

Although a lot of furniture shown in the picture is from IKEA (i actually work there) the things i have might look like the bekant you linked but is actually much much thicker. I don’t really think those dividers would do much sound wise. I think this one might help a little bit for high frequencies and i like how they look aswell http://www.ikea.com/se/sv/catalog/products/60335415/


#2872

There it is. Although I do feel the occasional GAS, I don’t think I really need more, everything is covered.

Main use of the computer is Steam. Black Mesa is awesome :stuck_out_tongue:


#2873

I literally ordered all three yesterday! So pumped!