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19 hours ago, Hautlle said:

Lol, yeah it doesn't get used a ton.  I do like to use it as an input into rings for nice textured strings/drones. You can get rhythmic things going on by patching the kastle and using a stereo input y adapter to patch it with an adsr or clock from the system.   

 

I also will use it as an osc source for percussion sounds from time to time.  Now that I'm thinking about it,  sampling it into the the Arbhar might be interesting....

 

12 hours ago, TubularCorporation said:

I don't have a Kastle but I bet it would be cool as the carrier signal for a vocoder.

Thanks, great tips.

I am sure I tried both feeding some clock signal into the Kastle and also some vocoder experiments. I must have been using it wrong because the results definitely did not impress me back then. I used it mostly as a noise source that I could mess around with using Live's autofilter and its own knobs.

Maybe I will give it a shot again one day.

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this was me up until last year, I'm temporarily living in another apartment before moving to another city, so it's only partially set up now

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On 12/15/2021 at 4:30 PM, thawkins said:

How do you solve the problem that once you successfully finish cleaning your gear from dust, the pieces of gear you started the cleaning from are already dusty again?

I know, I know, CPU fabrication cleanroom solutions probably exist for the average prosumer...

let's not forget that most famous records were made in magic dust filled studios

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On 3/2/2022 at 5:32 PM, tbf said:

this was me up until last year, I'm temporarily living in another apartment before moving to another city, so it's only partially set up now

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mc505 was my first synth, circa 98 ♥️

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Found a box of old photos, and there was a shot of one of my very first setups, back in the late 90s.  This would have to be the second version, since I got that 424MKII after the MKI started having issues (ironically the MKII died in a few years, but the MKI fixed itself and I still own and use it to this day).

 

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It's in my old middle school/high school bedroom so I remember the space, but I have no memory at all of setting it up this way or what my workflow was like.

 

That's the Korg Poly61m I always whine about selling for $80, in the lower right corner.

 

Also wish I still had that painting in the upper left.  I quit art altogether in my early 20s and told my parents to get rid of all the stuff I stored in their basement, and unfortunately they actually did it.

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This looks like a numbers station. I wish I had any photos from that era when I first started to make music. It would probably be a picture of an upright piano or a regular computer though. Exciting!

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43 minutes ago, Squee said:

This new sticker justifies this post

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They need to start making knitted deck savers for analog synths…. Keep them warm and ‘stable’ 😂

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1 hour ago, th555 said:

Saw that on the local 2nd hand site one day, it's a tr505 lol.

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Very good Drum Machine.

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14 minutes ago, Squee said:

It's a mess right now

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that askew whatever in front of the left window is killing me

how’s that Mac Studio?

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59 minutes ago, auxien said:

that askew whatever in front of the left window is killing me

how’s that Mac Studio?

I noticed that today and was like, “I’m just gonna pull down the curtain” and so I did. It’s just an absorbent I placed in the window. 
 

The Mac Studio is a fucking beast! I can export an 11 minute episode of a cartoon show ( around 300-400 tracks) in 2 minutes. None of the tracks are frozen or anything. 

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I found this while I was collecting reference photos for building some replica 1960s AR speaker stands, and I really needed to share.  It's in Florida, in case it wasn't obvious.

https://forums.stevehoffman.tv/threads/how-big-is-your-sweet-spot.795540/#post-20221619

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My dude here really likes his Pepsi!

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I'm disappointed that what I thought was a huge, novelty wine bottle is just forced perspective, though

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On 11/3/2022 at 4:46 PM, TubularCorporation said:

I found this while I was collecting reference photos for building some replica 1960s AR speaker stands, and I really needed to share.  It's in Florida, in case it wasn't obvious.

https://forums.stevehoffman.tv/threads/how-big-is-your-sweet-spot.795540/#post-20221619

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My dude here really likes his Pepsi!

Getting depressed just looking at these pics. Goddamn.

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