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  • Birthday 06/18/1980

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  1. I can't live with less than 6 aux sends. there's a midas analogue monitor desk that is no more in use at the venue i'm working. it have 16 aux. if it would fit in my room I would bring it home and have fun. - it's for sale btw, if anyone interested 🙂 (midas sienna 480)
  2. oh, this looks very interesting ! I like the fact that the routing is totally free, can be very creative. and I like the fact that it's tiny. so it fits easily in a live setup. I use a lot my old TC Fireworx, it's basically a multi effect with effect blocs you can choose and put in any routing (serial and/or parallel), and it have a modulation matrix with loads of differents modulation source, wich is ace, for example you could have a LFO modulating a formant filter , then sending the filter output to a distortion, the send amout being controlled by a built in step sequencer, then you could use another LFO that control the rate of the first LFO, wich gives very lively / morphing effects. also you can have feedback point inbetween each effects blocks. every single parameters of each effect is aviable to be modulated by the modulation matrix and/ or external midi , wich is great you can save 99 user patches. it's a 1U-rack type of device. the sound engine is old now tough, (pitch and phasers are not so great) , but I really love how flexible it is. actually the ZOIA seems to be able to do the same kind of things, exept maybe for the modulation matrix. also using : TC eleltronics D-TWO, TC electronics Time Factor, Waldorf 2-pole, and an old zoom distortion pedal wich have a knob that swithes between 6 different distortion types, very crunchy. usually followed by a dod envellope filters. there's a whole lot of new stuff that looks awesome nowadays, would like to try some of those mutant monkey shop's stuff
  3. Well , up to now, Ae shows pops up very sparingly since the first announcement..... I really hope there will be one show I can go to.. (last time I saw them was the oversteps tour)
  4. yep, Sean did say,in the chat during his 2020 mixlr broadcast, "live set is 99% ready, we just have to make the intro"
  5. I think it's supposed to be the (delayed due to covid) SIGN / PLUS tour actually, but who knows...
  6. yeah cool, yeah there will be more booking to come I guess btw I wonder how much it costs to book them.
  7. ha lol ! well, time will tell... I, too, hope it will stay fair with artists and users.
  8. Yo, I discovered MBM recently (actually I knew about them for a while but never really listened to it) since a few month I'm totally diggin it and I like it a lot !
  9. +1 on "womb" now listening to the album, i like it
  10. it's more often like : "i'm shure you like autechre or afx", more than "you do sound like..."
  11. I love this album. been listening to it since 20+years and it's still a pristine pleasure. especially on vinyl. dunno why but, to me, works great in very early morning of a hot summer day. or in autumn evenings also. thinking of a landscape of rusty, wasted industrial factories with plants and trees growing upon it. Rotar, Stud and Overand are among my favourite tracks of all time.
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    just randomly found this on youtube, sounds interesting edit : actually a few good tracks, along with more cheesy boring stuff.
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    oh yeah man, how many times I'v listened to Consumed, chilling down on my sofa... one of my fav' mental dub album
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