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On 11/11/2019 at 9:49 PM, Braintree said:

Did live visuals with the LZX Vidiot and now want to build a visual modular synth. Dear god what have I done.

It's been hard for me to resist this path.

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There's a 20% off sale at noise kitchen! 

Just ordered myself a softPop ?

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7 hours ago, Soloman Tump said:

The SOMA Pulsar-23, as patched by Richard Devine.

Looking damn sexy.

 

Not sure how to imbed insta-G videos

https://www.instagram.com/p/B4yR2gbHPJm/?utm_source=ig_web_copy_link

$1650 : (

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7 hours ago, Soloman Tump said:

The SOMA Pulsar-23, as patched by Richard Devine.

Looking damn sexy.

 

Not sure how to imbed insta-G videos

https://www.instagram.com/p/B4yR2gbHPJm/?utm_source=ig_web_copy_link

Oh goddamn!

39 minutes ago, Braintree said:

$1650 : (

Oh, goddamn.

It's gonna be like 1800 eur from the looks of it. I was expecting more like 1200 based on the aim of 1000 that was mentioned ages ago. 

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I thought it was €1500, which is £1300 ish... Not that this makes it any more accessible for me.

I'm gonna buy a lottery ticket

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Seeing numbers with lots of zeros.. better not click any videos just to be safe. :catnope:

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Eh I'd really like this but id also like to have that money too 

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hopefully someone buys it and makes a nice sample pack : )

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I've heard this thing has over a billion sounds so that will be quite the sample pack 

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same could be said of any quality synth, so the taste and discretion of the curator is of utmost importance. Also limitations are creative liberations.

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It's €1500, which is about $1650 today. It could be different tomorrow, but probably around the same price.

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Erica-Techno-System.jpg

 

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14 hours ago, iococoi said:

Erica-Techno-System.jpg

 

I'm a big fan of Erica Synths and want their Sample Drum in my eurorack. I'd love to make an album one these beastly motherfuckers. The single synth voice aspect fucks with my head, but I imagine most of these modules could be turned into other things.

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Sold a couple of eurorack bits and pieces (and my volca drum is soon to go as well, once I sample it thoroughly) and bought a Model:Samples. I couldn't resist; it's just so cute. It's nice to have an Elektron device that's a bit more lightweight and, interestingly, more limited. I'll probably use it mostly for drums, but I can imagine it being really nice with single cycle waves, especially with the wider octave range than on the octatrack. I also feel like I'm sometimes wasting the OT's tracks when just playing back a kick sample or something, so the M:S can take over some of the more simple playback duties. 

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On 11/16/2019 at 4:42 AM, acid1 said:

I'm a big fan of Erica Synths and want their Sample Drum in my eurorack. I'd love to make an album one these beastly motherfuckers. The single synth voice aspect fucks with my head, but I imagine most of these modules could be turned into other things.

This looks and sounds really tasty... 

 

Fusion_Delay_Flanger_1.jpg

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I predict Modey will sell Samples and get a second hand digitakt (ps, I'm selling a digitakt in about 3 months , send me a PM) 

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Price point will make or break this 

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1 hour ago, Stickfigger said:

I predict Modey will sell Samples and get a second hand digitakt (ps, I'm selling a digitakt in about 3 months , send me a PM) 

lol maybe someday.. I was considering it, but the form factor and the promise of a battery pack (even if I have to 3D print one myself) sold it for me. 

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32 minutes ago, chim said:

Price point will make or break this 

3500 dollars

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TBH, after reading the Sweetwater review that seems like a really good price (even accounting for Sweetwater reviews being essentially advertisements). Out of my league but if I had the money for an expensive mixer I'd be seriously eyeing this (even though if I had $3500 and space for a mixer I'd probably be thinking analog first).

 

Also it works as a standalone 64 track recorder, so you could theoretically go DAWless with it, at least for tracking.

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So who's the target audience for this?

Genuinely curious.

It seems to me that if you wanted to spend 3500 euros on a mixer you would want good electronic components and general robustness and not want an (ultimately rather crippled) computer to be tacked on to it.

Is this aimed at theaters or something?

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Shit that's way too expensive. If you need a mixer in that range I'd rather look at a second hand Midas. The DAW tricks might as well be done with a.. DAW.

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9 hours ago, TubularCorporation said:

TBH, after reading the Sweetwater review that seems like a really good price (even accounting for Sweetwater reviews being essentially advertisements). Out of my league but if I had the money for an expensive mixer I'd be seriously eyeing this (even though if I had $3500 and space for a mixer I'd probably be thinking analog first).

 

Also it works as a standalone 64 track recorder, so you could theoretically go DAWless with it, at least for tracking.

This is nitpicking but if that thing is not a Digital Audio Workstation then what the hell is it? ?

Also since we are talking about Behringer and churning out "copies" and "tributes" of other standard equipment.. just hear me out here, I have one word:

Uliexpress

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17 hours ago, rhmilo said:

So who's the target audience for this?

Genuinely curious.

It seems to me that if you wanted to spend 3500 euros on a mixer you would want good electronic components and general robustness and not want an (ultimately rather crippled) computer to be tacked on to it.

Is this aimed at theaters or something?

Most likely concert halls or small recording studios.

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