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  1. Awesome! How/what is that laughing/aquatic mammal call lead sound from the MPC at 2.11?
  2. Food

    Nord G2 Patches

    There are surprisingly no midi note sequencers in the patches on the g2 (some seqs for modulation). Pretty sure it is MPC that is handling that, or maybe live played in on MPC pads? Set list notes say the sliders on MPC are for patch vol and switching variations 1-8 (vars also include starting out muted in most patches) so they are being muted and varied that way. need someone with an MPC 1000 to dig into what is being sent out from midi channels 1-4. Or confirm that it is jammed live? yeah having a play now fizp is on slot A of the perf (note the capital) and var #7 is where it starts
  3. I love the sound of the Monomachine - I'll be listening to this heaps! Thanks for pulling this together!
  4. Any chance you still have the file around? The original link to the amni remaster is dead and I can't find it anywhere else https://we.tl/d5VFHmxruj LA 2008 amni remaster
  5. Yes certainly - dunno if all of them are (I only found out about this dude a few days ago) but that 1st track on side A is from archive vol1. But $2 USD so could be a good place to start if you're on the fence.
  6. legit trax filthy trax here's a cheap $2 USD digital tape you can purchase if you can't afford GBP <yet> https://crisisurbana.bandcamp.com/album/unearthed-tracks-1992-1995
  7. Dunno about the age of the tracks or if it's all a ruse, but I am still enjoy. Gearlist seems legit to my ears so I don't see why not re: age of tracks this track: - so gooooood (doesn't have a year) https://cejero.bandcamp.com/track/cds-90-x3r-trk-4
  8. Just heard 14 SXII90 Side A - Trk 3 on his soundcloud. Don't think I have ever insta-bought anything so fast in my life. sweet 202 acid. lots of wicked early 90s ambient techno sounds on his bandcamp if you aren't into this jungle style or physical releases.
  9. Midiverb II is my favourite piece of gear. super lush by default. most of my tracks demonstrate copious amounts of midiverb II Quadraverb has a completely different sound, (at least from presets). I have not made friends with it yet. https://soundcloud.com/ov-mountains
  10. Food

    AE_LIVE

    Dublin is an anomaly. It is the only set with some super hi freq stuff going on that sticks out against all the others (you can hear the difference from the first bit of music) or from the 8 min mark on that track that is on all the sets, there is this high pitch hit. (watch the eq to see it stick out). Or the little 50:03 bit is almost a ventolin homage it is so piercing. (but kinda cool) I thought it was mp3 atrifacting at first... wierd
  11. This arrived. I like this direction. First impression sounds like monolith collaborating with photodementia with a slight wink to the analords. I will be playing this lots.
  12. very cool. the timbres are quite drukqsy. reminiscent of afx/subtle audio/steinvord which is nice. you prob could have got away with pretending to be afx dumps on a new SC page if u wanted to fool some of the slower users.
  13. Don't care about the email either way, but it seems weird that the kickstarter is unclear about if you get digital or not. Might have been more successful if one of the pledge options stated you get digital land downloads.
  14. Been following this thread.. don't give up, wait for the monomachine if you love it's sound. It really is much more unique sound than the A4. Vastly different machines. If you already have analog bass and don't lust for analog poly you don't really need an A4 (unless you love its sound too) . Plus in terms of a fun piece of gear to jam on solo or with just one or 2 other synths mm is fuuuuun and that is probably the main thing. I find the Mono and machinedrum super fun and unique and immediate. A4, not so much imo (mainly cos of the sound, but it also more complex UI), also personally not
  15. Yeah as well as Quadrange was released digital only on bleep, was it a track a day? Or something liek that - kinda pre-empted the 'dump' style. Pretty fucking cool. It has proven (to me) to be a worthwhile release you can keep going back to and comparing/co-mingling with Quaristice... but I remember a a bunch of watmmers pissing and moaning about it at the time - I guess people expected more radical revisions/remixes rather than versions. If every AE release was followed with a Quadrange style digital release dump of versions/alt-mixes/extended cuts I would shit my pants with happiness.
  16. Yup, Trackermatte delivers top level braindance. His occult research tape is the only tape I have bought since Queen's Greatest Hits II.
  17. Would defo pay for official Melodies From Mars. yes yes YES damnit please yes. Official MFM physical, with digital demos/versions, since it has been through a few iterations. Would be magic.
  18. Processing robot acoustic drums through a outboard reverb effect gated only at the end of the 4th bar to make it sound like a sampled break could well be audio geek pranksterism. That's what I assumed anyway. Sorta goes along with applying big vintage analog chorus(?), realtime reverse delay(?), subtle spectral effects(?) etc in order to create (x) on an EP called Computer Controlled Acoustic Instruments. Magic. x=10/10 +1 for the dog bark. now about that midi pipe organ...
  19. sick amni, sick. I have caned the original, now it sounds superb. Thanks x1000
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