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Grain Bastard

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About Grain Bastard

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  • Birthday 08/23/1973

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    United Kingdom

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    Male
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    Staffs, UK
  • Interests
    Music, Staffy Bull Terriers, Curry, Glitch, Ae

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    http://www.soundcloud.com/punisha

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  1. Manchester and Birmingham sets from the years.... The Musicbox, Rainbow, Medbar, Wharehouse Project, that place where they film Corrie... Pls I was at all those so would be ace to reminisce. Would cover 2016 too. Also a few new jams, an album and some live sets streamed showing detailed close ups of the process.. Ve must know zee process! (Include patches, software, midi files etc as a download) i got 12 weeks minimum lockdown to get thru due to medicine for my poorly pooper and the bleepstore is one of the only shops I’m allowed to visit. Rob, Sean pls
  2. I can’t compete with the talent on this board but i got an Apple Pencil for Christmas and been doodling with Procreate app.
  3. SS Death Camp Criminal Battalion Go to Monte Casino For the Massacre.
  4. I think it’s more MC-303 than JV - it was marketed as a ‘Groove Keyboard’ along with the other ‘Groove boxes’ at the time (the 303, 307, 505 etc) but I guess it has some crossover. The 1080 is a better synth by far. it’s a little sentimental to me as I bought it new with some money I got when my grand father passed away. It was also at the time when soundblaster sound cards where the thing and Neon was the only VSTi in existence 😂 - I had a Phatboy controller which hooked up with it and might have been using NNRP’s for best integration and you could get at the envelopes etc that weren’t accessible from the front panel like the 303 had. The filter and reverb are a little basic but ok. The sampler is terrible though in my opinion. Soundfonts on the sound blaster was way better even though they are a massive fuck about to use. Things have definitely moved on for the better. A cheap one at a yard sale would be ok for a laugh but whatever you do, don’t give a lot of money for one!!
  5. 😂 D-Beams - nuff said!! seriously though, it’s basically an MC-303 with a SP-202 Dr Sample built in. Hook up a midi controller and you can get at the synth engine for 90’s rompler goodness.
  6. Yeah, kinda. It’s my mates. We have a jam session most weeks and he brings it to mine now and then. Great synth imo. It works great with the 0-Coast and these semi modular boxes are a fantastic for preventing euro-crack addiction 🤣
  7. Did someone say cables 🤣
  8. I like a nice tidy setup 😂
  9. I’m a UAD user so I use their offerings mainly. The EMT140 plate and the Lexicon 480 are my go to ones. I buy the UAD stuff when they have the big sales and you can make a custom bundle of any 4 plugins for £259 (with the £40 voucher you usually get) - works out at £65 per plugin which for a lexicon 480l is decent buy imo. I’ve also got the Eventide Blackhole plugin/app for iOS recently and it’s really nice. Borderlands thru Blackhole is something to behold 😍
  10. A Field Guide to Evil springs to mind. https://m.imdb.com/title/tt6688354/
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