Thread: Synthesizer Gear Porn ;-)

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    That robot has better moves than most of us
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    ^^^ Wow! Hard core synth porn! Now all I need is $32K and a divorce attorney! Woo Hoo!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Buddhabreath View Post
    ^^^ Wow! Hard core synth porn! Now all I need is $32K and a divorce attorney! Woo Hoo!
    A divorce attorney might rip you from a big part of that $32K.
    Try to convince your wife, you really need this, to get through the corona-crisis.
    There is not much need for new clothes or shoes at this moment.

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    ^^^ , you don't know my wife - it would be easier to convince an astronaut aboard the International Space Station that the earth is flat.
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    I've listened to that impro-thing above a bit, but although the instrument is fascinating my feeling is that what they're producing is quite limited and "old fashioned". It must be possible to produce more adventurous beats and sounds from this machine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by interbellum View Post
    I've listened to that impro-thing above a bit, but although the instrument is fascinating my feeling is that what they're producing is quite limited and "old fashioned". It must be possible to produce more adventurous beats and sounds from this machine.
    Probably - it's brand new and the guys in the store has more or less just got it up and running and tweaking away. They will need some time to get into it I suppose. Most of the time I get quite underwhelmed by these monster synths and annoyingly refer to such as "the expensive machine that go BING"

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    Reminds me a bit on this


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    Quote Originally Posted by hFx View Post
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    Next session up...

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    From the 'Look Mum No Computer' guy
    a 1000 oscillator drone machine ( the 1st of a series )
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    And making a "Buchla Music Easel" out of eurorack modules video.
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    RIP Florian Schneider.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dropforge View Post
    RIP Florian Schneider.
    Oh no! I hadn’t heard that.
    So sad.

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    For any closet synth pop fans



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    No closet for me, I'm out and proud with my love of synth pop Thanks for sharing!
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    No closet for me, I'm out and proud with my love of synth pop Thanks for sharing!
    You might want to compare it with this show from 1981 during which they used the "real" ones incl. the Mellotron:



    (Available on the Collector's Edition of Architecture & Morality)

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    Interesting setup that she explains in the second half. It's POP!
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    Okay I straight up LOVED that. Live looping is one of those performance approaches that has always eluded me and it never ceases to amaze me to see it in action.

    Oh and I actually have the Expressive-E Touché that she discussed at the end of the video. Amazing, remarkable device. Anyone interested in adding a bit more "expressiveness" to their synth rig would do well to investigate one of these. They work really well with both hardware and software synths (and in fact, it comes with a soft synth setup that works especially well with the Touché).

    Thanks so much for sharing! Now I want to find some of her other gear videos...
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    Quote Originally Posted by battema View Post
    Okay I straight up LOVED that. Live looping is one of those performance approaches that has always eluded me and it never ceases to amaze me to see it in action.

    Oh and I actually have the Expressive-E Touché that she discussed at the end of the video. Amazing, remarkable device. Anyone interested in adding a bit more "expressiveness" to their synth rig would do well to investigate one of these. They work really well with both hardware and software synths (and in fact, it comes with a soft synth setup that works especially well with the Touché).

    Thanks so much for sharing! Now I want to find some of her other gear videos...

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    How the hell does she perform, play and sing while tweaking all those buttons?
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