skywriter wrote:neko does that motu unit serve as a usb midi device too? can you do midi i/o from your computer with it? or is it just a switch?
skywriter wrote:edit: oh i just noticed you have an ex-800, that was one of my very first synths. it had a kind of pop every forth note or so. but it made cool sounds. i wrote a sequencer in forth on the atari st to play it
skywriter wrote:found a neat link to a korg-800 modification. should be applicable to the ex-800 as well.
noisetonepause wrote:I've got a TR-505. Sounds like shit but grooves like a groovy thing on all the right drugs.
skywriter wrote:found a neat link to a korg-800 modification.
skywriter wrote:Well, little more than a year later, and the studio construction is coming along nicely. Got the framing all up, and caulking is mostly finished. This Xmas vacation, I'll be lining my HVAC silencers with acoustic foam that came today. Once they're in place, wall boarding can commence!
The studio construction technique is the called Mass-Spring-Mass design. Which you can find ceaselessly discussed here: http://www.johnlsayers.com/ in the forums. It pretty tough to get and airtight seal in residential, low basement ceilings; lot of wires, pipes, and air ducting.
MisterDNA wrote:Acoustic foam in AC ducting. I always wondered how silencing HVAC in a studio was done. Never occurred to me. Would have to have some real good filtration for sure.
Conducted noise, and ground loops are a concern. but Wendy would use that as the source of music itself :)MisterDNA wrote:No mention of a Faraday Cage? Wendy Carlos is rolling over in her grave, which is all the more remarkable as she isn't even dead yet.
MisterDNA wrote:Looks like I'll be learning from your musical kung fu. I have a Kawai K1 MarkII and a Casio CZ-1000 myself. Both came from the same second-hand store. I was given an Alesis LX-20 ADAT deck and 8 track Behringer Xenyx 802 mixer earlier this month as well.
theinonen wrote:I only have couple Ensoniq EPS-16+ synths, keyboard and rack model. Both have expanded memory, but no SCSI on either one.
Excellent synths, great effects and I really like how they sound.
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