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  1. Totally! Even my main setup has helps with this, using a separate computer to record on. If I get bored while recording a part, I don't check social media sites, I start messing with the oscillator's footing or the filter's cutoff point, adding little flourishes that make the track idiosyncratic and mine.
  2. I still haven't got around to properly trying out Renoise, in my mind trackers are sequencer+sampler combos... As for the Atari ST, I'd like to occasionally try composing without any modern DAWs as it seems like the change might be somewhat inspiring; I thought it'd be fun to try out the combination everyone was using back in the day (ST + S1000); I have this theory that the tech you use, especially the sequencer, affects the style of music you make, so I wanted to try out various now-free old MIDI sequencers (Tiger Cub, anyone?); and given that I often tend to make one or two sections and essentially mute/unmute their tracks in buildups to make whole pieces of music, I wanted to try out Creator, which seemed to be designed from that viewpoint. Creator in particular seems to bridge the ideas between MIDI sequencers (a single long list of MIDI events, grouped into tracks) and earlier digital sequencers (patterns chained together into songs), with muting being automatable. I mean, it was good enough for Fatboy Slim, the Future Sound of London, and Orbital... Curiously, my first track with Creator sounds (to my ears, at least) just like my teenage Impulse Tracker music, only now I'm adding delay and reverb in the mix. Which is nice.
  3. Getting there with Atari corner...
  4. Ack, only just noticed this reply, sorry! It's a Voltcraft ML-1 OR. My partner had some spare, and she was kind enough to screw one into the wall for me. I gather they're intended for electronics engineers to use, but they're just about a perfect fit for 3.5 mm cables too, although these braided ones are slightly pushing it. Anyway, yeah, I recommend them to Eurorack users.
  5. Yamaha HS5s. DrumStation, the yellow first revision kind.
  6. Thanks! I took this photo just after putting the studio back together, before using it again... I've got the two modulars patched up again now, so it's somewhat messy again, heh... Nah, they're Canford. Much nicer than the previous ones I had too.
  7. SH-101 many many years ago, to pay rent. I missed it until I got an A-100. Oddly, I never missed the TB-303... I'm on my third DrumStation, so I guess that's one that's borderline worth selling/keeping. Even for digital sounds, twiddling knobs beats browsing samples (at least for me), it's just I usually end up making my own patches on the modular instead. Not that you can really get rid of it, but I kinda miss the tracking days too... But I like my current setup too much to get back into it...
  8. Nearly there revamping the studio...
  9. That looks like a really interesting sequencer, cheers!
  10. Necromancing this thread because I always wondered whether he used Notator or Cubase, given those were the two main MIDI sequencers on the Atari ST in the early 90s... And it turned out (at least for Analogue Bubblebath 3 opener .215061) it was neither. There was a more obscure MIDI sequencer on the Atari ST called Dr. T's Tiger, and he used the cut down version of that, Tiger Cub. You joke, but I happened to use a toaster in my last track... Hell, I'm listening to .000890569 right now, and that starts off with a vacuum cleaner...
  11. ZoeB

    Studio tour

    Aww, yeah, I think they got me good and proper there... ?
  12. ZoeB

    Studio tour

    Might be interesting...
  13. I still maintain he needs to hire an assistant to help out with things like digitising his old tracks, so he can concentrate on actually making music.
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