After the best part of two days wiring things together it was what stuck in my mind.
Zeroscillator in MOTM - can’t be too many of those around.
Looks like there’s some DIY/custom stuff in the top row of the picture? Is that a Blacet time machine? Hard to make out the writing.
Some minor mods but most of the modules are stock, built from kits. The 2 ZOs are original MK1s with a stack of PCBs behind the panel almost as deep as the faceplate is wide! Blacet Time Machine and Stonz Phaser are in there…
tonight: a live ambient performance in one take.
i decided to combine my monome and modular with synthesizer and field recordings. the monome is running mlrv (filled with a rhodes loop i recorded immediately prior to this session) rewired to ableton, which is also providing the birdsounds i recorded awhile back. the synth pads are going through mutable instruments clouds, modulated by tides, and then into additional reverb from a strymon bluesky.
it sounds like this:
This absolutely glorious dude!
This sounds wonderful! More please.
This thread is a treat on the eyes and ears
a korg nanokontrol with costum made walnut enclosure
it is pleasing in 2016 to note that a) the Octatrack comes with a paper manual and b) it is spiral bound.
IIRC correctly you have to print and bind it yourself.
That’s at least what I did with my Octatrack manual.
And my A4 and my AR manuals.
I noticed that, too. I also like that it’s the one device on the table for which having a manual handy may be interpreted as necessary.
I bought my OT when it first came out and it came with a printed manual. But unfortunately it was in Japanese so pointless as I can’t read the bloody thing. If it was an audio book I’d be fine.