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mortalthoughts
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i cant wait till i have the $$$ to have all the stuff i want to mix stuff down in 7.1 surround sound
Post Tue Apr 27, 2010 9:18 pm
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Raoul DeGroot



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mortalthoughts wrote:
i just wish i could get rebirth working w/ vista why they stopped developing it is beyond me

im also very ad.d. the lack of knobs to turn and all that stuff makes me bored sometimes


Reason does everything rebirth did, but better.

And huh? Everything is a knob. You just set a parameter to learn a midi input signal and boom it's a knob. Most sequencers have that function.

You like the visuals eh?

Surround sound seems so high maintenance. How many people are gonna be sitting there perfectly placed in their couch to even enjoy it? i dunno...
Post Tue Apr 27, 2010 9:25 pm
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sorry i meant the physical part of turning the knobs


i just want the 303 clone from rebirth
i havent found one that sounds like that since rebirth


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Post Tue Apr 27, 2010 9:28 pm
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mortalthoughts wrote:
sorry i meant the physical part of turning the knobs



That's what I mean though. Most midi controllers come with knobs nowadays though. And it's really simple to set what midi cc they control.
Post Tue Apr 27, 2010 9:30 pm
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Raoul DeGroot wrote:
mortalthoughts wrote:
sorry i meant the physical part of turning the knobs



That's what I mean though. Most midi controllers come with knobs nowadays though. And it's really simple to set what midi cc they control.


it comes down to money honestly
Post Tue Apr 27, 2010 9:31 pm
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mortalthoughts wrote:
im not sure what the diamond bundle i had had in it
i lost everything in a hd crash on my desktop pc



That "diamond bundle" you had was a bootlegged version of $3000 worth of mastering/effects plugins by a company called Waves.

MalthusianAfterParty by dshay

here's an example of a track I use the plugin MobilOhm on.
Post Tue Apr 27, 2010 9:33 pm
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mortalthoughts wrote:
Raoul DeGroot wrote:
mortalthoughts wrote:
sorry i meant the physical part of turning the knobs



That's what I mean though. Most midi controllers come with knobs nowadays though. And it's really simple to set what midi cc they control.


it comes down to money honestly


Korg nanoKontrol is cheap.
Post Tue Apr 27, 2010 9:35 pm
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mortalthoughts wrote:

it comes down to money honestly



Dude,

http://www.zzounds.com/item--KORNANOKONTROL



60 bucks?

http://losangeles.craigslist.org/lac/msg/1713399141.html
Ozones on craigslist for a hundo.


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Dan Shay wrote:

here's an example of a track I use the plugin MobilOhm on.


I see you're going for top 40, eh Shay?

What is this soundcloud stuff? I gotta check that out. It seems handy.
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Are these "phat beats"???
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Dan Shay wrote:
mortalthoughts wrote:
Raoul DeGroot wrote:
mortalthoughts wrote:
sorry i meant the physical part of turning the knobs



That's what I mean though. Most midi controllers come with knobs nowadays though. And it's really simple to set what midi cc they control.


it comes down to money honestly


Korg nanoKontrol is cheap.



but really is that what i want?

why not have a 'synth' keyboard with all the knobs and shit that could work in\output midi wise and suit my needs in a 2 for 1 kind of way

sorry i lack technical words for what im trying to say...



im pretty much a noob when it comes to music/production and all that

if i can change a few parameters or whatever and get a sound i like as far asim concerned the end result> how you got ehere
Post Wed Apr 28, 2010 12:40 am
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Raoul DeGroot wrote:
That's a pretty Detroity clip.





can i ask you to elaborate on that?

not sure i know what you mean by detroity clip


the "official" name for the track is ' the day that never ended'
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I mean I know you like Techno and that track was kinda of that make.

No I don't recommend getting one of those unless you have no dough, as you say you don't. Otherwise spring for an M-Audio axiom 62 key controller and sell off your other keyboard. It's too much of a hassle recording sounds off an outboard synth when you can just use a vst. Unless you have like a classic analog joint or something.




Hey, I started toying with Adambomb's excellent motorcycle diaries remix a little while ago tonight.

It might be interesting for you guys to see the mushy placenta face of a musics. Mine always start as dense little seeds and then spread out if they have any promise.
Its not exactly a banger.
Adambomb can crank out bangers like no one's business. I'm more like a spiller of Harvey Wallbangers.
Maybe I'll continue working on this germ later in the weekend.

motor to mota


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Post Wed Apr 28, 2010 2:24 am
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Raoul DeGroot wrote:
I mean I know you like Techno and that track was kinda of that make.

No I don't recommend getting one of those unless you have no dough, as you say you don't. Otherwise spring for an M-Audio axiom 62 key controller and sell off your other keyboard. It's too much of a hassle recording sounds off an outboard synth when you can just use a vst. Unless you have like a classic analog joint or something.




>

to me though thats the next logical step even thought i cant afford it
ive spent enough time in the guitar center keyboard room to know what "hands on" feels like

ive been trying to wait for this to hit production as my first investment into serious hardware http://www.davesmithinstruments.com/products/linndrum2/

theres a bunch of old 'vintage' gear i would like also but realize its not going to happen any time soon
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