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Something positive about being single again : you can set a living room studio if you feel like too...

 

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Hackintosh

SPL Crimson

APS Coax / AKG K702

Elektron Analog 4

Akai S1100

 

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Now I just have to start saving again, as I had to spend a lot when moving to that flat. But eh, I have more time to decide on my next purchase : Rytm? Small modular with Intellijel Atlantis as the first module? Sthg else?

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My workshop :
Sh101
Juno60 (actually Juno 66 - Tubbutec mod - you can also here in my teaser)
Polysix (not in the picture)
Minitaur
SCI Pro One
Waldorf Pulse 2
Acidlab bassline 3 (use it everywhere )
MS 20 (Old version)
Waldorf Steichfett
Virus Ti
monotribe
You can listen what i made with my synths here

 

 

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My workshop :

 

Sh101

Juno60 (actually Juno 66 - Tubbutec mod - you can also here in my teaser)

Polysix (not in the picture)

Minitaur

SCI Pro One

Waldorf Pulse 2

Acidlab bassline 3 (use it everywhere )

MS 20 (Old version)

Waldorf Steichfett

Virus Ti

monotribe

 

You can listen what i made with my synths here

 

 

 

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How do you like the Streichfett? Can you point me to a few of your tracks that use it heavily?
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My workshop :

 

Sh101

Juno60 (actually Juno 66 - Tubbutec mod - you can also here in my teaser)

Polysix (not in the picture)

Minitaur

SCI Pro One

Waldorf Pulse 2

Acidlab bassline 3 (use it everywhere )

MS 20 (Old version)

Waldorf Steichfett

Virus Ti

monotribe

 

You can listen what i made with my synths here

 

 

How do you like the Streichfett? Can you point me to a few of your tracks that use it heavily?

 

 

Special synth (very clean and not that easy to insert in the mix), i don't use it very often. You can listen it in these tracks :

 

Osiris : at 1:00

 

Ant Nbula : at 0:50 till the end

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If my GF ever asked me to move my music gear she would be greeted by this face.

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P.S. Always good to see someone has a pro-1. Such a lovely bit of gear. I loved every second I got to use one a few months ago, everything I messed about with after plugging in my sequencer was so funky and phat. Shame they're so damned expensive right now. Maybe someday!

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If my GF ever asked me to move my music gear she would be greeted by this face.

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P.S. Always good to see someone has a pro-1. Such a lovely bit of gear. I loved every second I got to use one a few months ago, everything I messed about with after plugging in my sequencer was so funky and phat. Shame they're so damned expensive right now. Maybe someday!

 

I can't help to jam with it all day long, so so good to make fx, fat slappy bass sounds, (i guess it's my favorite synth), as a result i don't record anything.....

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QQQ: and the sea is right behind the trees... ;) That's a shitty town in which I'm temporarly living, but that's damn sweet to hear the white noisish sound of the waves all day long.

 

Blysk: haha! Well, I had a nice music corner in my ex-flat, but nothing that spacious and cozy.

 

WR: nice set-up, and excellent tunes on your SC!

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  • 2 weeks later...

damn I'm jealous of y'all. My setup is currently a laptop w/ renoise and a microbrute lol and a field recorder. But I'm pretty into it right now.

 

Also thinking of building out a modular setup of some kind.

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damn I'm jealous of y'all. My setup is currently a laptop w/ renoise and a microbrute lol and a field recorder. But I'm pretty into it right now.

 

Also thinking of building out a modular setup of some kind.

That setup sounds dope. Enjoy it. More gear, more problems.
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Since i became a daddy i have no time for gear now. So i play with Renoise at work sometimes when there is nothing urgent to do. Axoloti was added to this setup recently also, thanks to its form factor.

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damn I'm jealous of y'all. My setup is currently a laptop w/ renoise and a microbrute lol and a field recorder. But I'm pretty into it right now.

 

Also thinking of building out a modular setup of some kind.

That setup sounds dope. Enjoy it. More gear, more problems.

 

Yes, less is more. Sometimes even just Ableton has too many options lol. It's all how you use it

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