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4 hours ago, Leon Sumbitches said:

lol

Making trax using nothing but samples of your neighbours' noise complaints for most IDM 2020

is that recursive? im not a programmer but wouldn't that push you into a stack overflow in just few days?!

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alco : looks cozy. Super nice synth collection too ! Current iteration : new screen, Push 2, new CPU, and just used the U87a for VO / video recording. Great mic.

Gear: Mackie XR624 monitors, Korg Monologue, Yamaha TX81Z, Alesis Quadraverb, Motu M4 interface, Ableton Push, Volcano vaporizer, my dog

It’s a little messy right now- I’ve been going thru an old Windows xp desktop backing up old songs, so it’s in the way. Also my good cassette deck is out for repair, pedalboard is out away, I have som

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1 hour ago, xox said:

is that recursive? im not a programmer but wouldn't that push you into a stack overflow in just few days?!

Yes, but then you got to speed up your process with a little trick that's called generative music.

Also, live-stream it all.

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3 hours ago, Zephyr_Nova said:

My pro studio.

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Love that chair. It really ties the room together.

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7 minutes ago, Zephyr_Nova said:

Thanks, man.  I love that chair.  Sits real nice.

is it always under the ladder so you remain in a "bad luck" zone? or are you not supersticious? 

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3 hours ago, ignatius said:

is it always under the ladder so you remain in a "bad luck" zone? or are you not supersticious? 

Obviously most of the mixing and listening process is while when sitting on the ladder ("good luck zone"). This is the mysterious and elusive "monkey tell, engineer do" workflow that is rarely practiced because it requires two people (dom and a sub). The engineer is sitting in the chair ("bad luck zone") and follows the guidance of the producer who hangs on the ladder ("good luck zone") and tells what to do. If the producer gets tired, this setting easily recombines into "backseat driver" workflow where the producer assumes the position on the brown couch.

To ensure that the engineer is concentrated, the paper towels - that could be used to dry their tears - are firmly kept out of reach.

The fuckoff huge TV screen is necessary because otherwise the producer can't see if the engineer is setting the right automation values.

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On 5/6/2020 at 3:53 AM, Zephyr_Nova said:

My pro studio.

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I can tell a lot of magic happens in here.

 

@thawkins that's tidy, symmetrical and lovely. You're an example for the rest of us. And you have a DTX 12! I'm so close to getting one! I even told a drummer-turned-electro producer on GS to get one.

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20 hours ago, chim said:

I can tell a lot of magic happens in here.

 

@thawkins that's tidy, symmetrical and lovely. You're an example for the rest of us. And you have a DTX 12! I'm so close to getting one! I even told a drummer-turned-electro producer on GS to get one.

Yeah I got pedals for it too. I have to be really careful not to piss off my neighbor again so I rarely play though...

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^Not shown are my 70s mixer with lush spring reverb, my new Korg sq1 and the neutron I'm receiving today. 

 

Now I gotta stop being a gear slut for a while. My excuse was that I'm not or hardly spending any money on going on vacation etc, but yeah..

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1 hour ago, Berk said:

^Not shown are my 70s mixer with lush spring reverb, my new Korg sq1 and the neutron I'm receiving today. 

 

Now I gotta stop being a gear slut for a while. My excuse was that I'm not or hardly spending any money on going on vacation etc, but yeah..

That looks good, but you should probably get some speakers or at least headphones too. Otherwise it all sounds kind of quiet. 🙂

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2 hours ago, thawkins said:

That looks good, but you should probably get some speakers or at least headphones too. Otherwise it all sounds kind of quiet. 🙂

Got a pair of akg k240s (first pic, in the right) 👍

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much slimmed down my setup (haven't sold anything, just put it away for a bit).

in this pic are my juno 106, korg dw-8000, behringer model d, tascam 2488, korg sq-1, yamaha rev500, roland srv-3030, t.c. electronic m350, zoom rfx-1100, novation drum station and behringer fca-1616 interface.1a9a834bf2336406b1f01bed0d5fb951.jpg

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51 minutes ago, BCM said:

much slimmed down my setup (haven't sold anything, just put it away for a bit).

in this pic are my juno 106, korg dw-8000, behringer model d, tascam 2488, korg sq-1, yamaha rev500, roland srv-3030, t.c. electronic m350, zoom rfx-1100, novation drum station and behringer fca-1616 interface.1a9a834bf2336406b1f01bed0d5fb951.jpg

This is such a cool room, so much light. I bet it's hella fun to work on your tracks there

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1 hour ago, BCM said:

much slimmed down my setup (haven't sold anything, just put it away for a bit).

in this pic are my juno 106, korg dw-8000, behringer model d, tascam 2488, korg sq-1, yamaha rev500, roland srv-3030, t.c. electronic m350, zoom rfx-1100, novation drum station and behringer fca-1616 interface.1a9a834bf2336406b1f01bed0d5fb951.jpg

pro tip: make sure your speaker stands on the washing machine for a great flanger effect

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I found a picture of my setup circa 1997, behold the masterful ergonomics

 

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If you're wondering where the chair is, there was none, I sat on the floor or stood. Yes , there's a Juno 106 and a DW-8000 in this picture as well.

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4 hours ago, BCM said:

much slimmed down my setup (haven't sold anything, just put it away for a bit).

in this pic are my juno 106, korg dw-8000, behringer model d, tascam 2488, korg sq-1, yamaha rev500, roland srv-3030, t.c. electronic m350, zoom rfx-1100, novation drum station and behringer fca-1616 interface.1a9a834bf2336406b1f01bed0d5fb951.jpg

Where are yoo groupies maang?! 

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