//// pictures of our sound-making machines ////

Desktop entropy in full effect. (I blame it on all the KAOSS.)

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Finally, a realistic photo amid all those perfectly arranged succulents and knolled cables. Respect.

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Had it 5 years ago, sold it, now bought it again

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My messy conglomerate of electronic concoctions.

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WOO! EMAX! I’m also an EMAX junky - they are AWESOME…possibly my fav synth.
I have all synths connected to a central 1/8" patch bay, so I can patch everything to everything else.

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Practice for Wavetable has begun and I’m really excited about this compact and focused setup.

The whole set is going to be just säckpipa and softcut scripts. I love my eurorack but it feels good to limit the amount i have to think about for a performance.

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*Peeping intensifies. Actually cannae wait!!!

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Toot toot peep peep!

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This is my current CL setup

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That thing must sound INSANE with Barcodes

It’s really fun, here’s how it sounds through MLR Säckpipa and Monome Norns MLR (Ljugaren, Steklåt från Särna) - YouTube

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Noise & drone set-up for solo trip to cabin in northern Ontario this weekend.

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What’s the device with the teensy and the mechanical keyswitches?

Looks like some digdugDIY design. Tamagotchi Paradise XL maybs? :banana::egg:

Yes that’s it. MIDI pattern recorder. Plays nice with the microgranny.

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Just swapped the original buttons in my 40h. They had a good run.

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Here’s a picture of this morning’s little jam session with my Gotharman Urano modular synth and a small Eurorack expansion box. Somehow I managed to set up the lights quite nicely this time :blush: Happy Sunday!

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Came to the realization this morning that I’ve had a more or less stable setup for months now. I need a better desk (which is technically an instrument thanks to the contact mic :slight_smile: ) but otherwise am currently content in this sonic universe. To be honest, I think it was the Teletype that really tied the room together.

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I couldn’t be happier with Urano. It’s a truly exceptional companion for a Eurorack system, a thing of wonder and magic and joy. For me the absolute icing on the cake (and numerous candidates were available for that position) is that it can load MIDI program changes with presets (although the LD3 can do it as well). This completely trivialises saving and loading states on Mungo modules, and I tell you that has changed my life.

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Oh, that’s good to know. I’ve never experimented with MIDI Program Changes. The Urano is fantastic indeed. Such a wonderful desert island synth! I honestly didn’t really feel the need to expand it with that small Eurorack case, but it was just so tempting to use those patch sockets and I caved in :sweat_smile: