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  1. Still making a fuss over the tuss 14 years on
  2. No worries. I’ve lurked on here for awhile and know the tone of the place. the only reason I thought mug bass was legit was that it was posted on the same MySpace page with vibervibed synth which later became 180db. it also would mean that EOD had a bigger hand in the disinformation campaign
  3. Jus pooped a little. Doesn’t surprise me. EOD is top shelf and a super accomplished producer. Tbh, if you played anything off of Named before I’d heard it and said it was a Syro outtake, id believe it full heartedly.
  4. +1 for the megafm. Definitely not for everyone but it does have a magical quality due to the dac distortion. The cc integration and MPE are solid. I’m using a sonoclast plastic pitch plus and I can tune every note. Instant lp5 sounds
  5. Also forgot to mention that I’m using the rs7000 near strictly for midi sequencing and as main clock. Using the nerdseq slaved to it to process cv/gates. Works like a dream
  6. I’ve never used a qy70. If anything, Yamaha took everything they learned through the years and put it into the rs7000. I haven’t played around with the chord transpose aspect yet but I think it has it. There are some fairly intensive processes that allow you to chop chords up into separate parts for further processing with the midi effects
  7. I got mine stock with no ram and the small smart media card for $500. The sequencer alone is worth the price of admission. Hands down the best step sequencer I’ve used in hardware. Can get really small note divisions and also odd timing signatures. Editing oddly feels rewarding on it. The jobs and midi effects like midi delay and groove adjustment are like proto max patches in hardware. Just incredible and well thought out. The only problem with it is that it’s now 20 years old.
  8. I've been really happy with the rs7000 for almost all of those bullet points mentioned. It seemed clunky at first but I took time during a furlough to navigate around it and it's really clicked as of late. There are so many weird bells and whistles. Truly inspiring machine.
  9. Wonder if it's being flagged as lossy because he mentioned recording to DAT players at slower speeds to get more length out of the tape which would explain the loss of higher frequencies. It was probably "lossy" since it's creation.
  10. It's unfortunate that they can only be found via youtube or soulseek these days. I'd add that the bonus tracks from 2009 are as essential as the original tracks. Rich, will the wav's ever be made available again?
  11. I listened to them In some capacity everyday for the last couple of years. Always something new to be heard. The mixes sit in a perfect balance. Never too bassy, midrange on point, dark but with the perfect amount of ambience. Arrangements always hit the spot. I recently discovered Aaron funk’s Last Step alias, and Sleep in particular, to be a kind of kindred spirit to them. Definitely a different narrative to Analord but rewarding nonetheless.
  12. He seems to go quiet anytime the SoundCloud gets some press
  13. These tracks are all new, right? Not saw ii era and maybe not archived works. He mentioned in the SoundCloud comments that most of them still reside in his live rig but I’m assuming that it’s just data and he’s tracking and uploading them one at a time. Tha2 for instance had no drums and when someone mentioned it, the world scam mix appeared the next day. Would be amazing if he’s literally recording them and putting them up shortly after it’s done.
  14. That track is the soundtrack to a world slowed down https://www.unilad.co.uk/science/current-pandemic-is-making-the-earth-vibrate-less-scientists-say/amp/
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