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I’ve heard great things about the Mark4, but I’ve been happy with the 3 so haven’t been motivated to upgrade…

I understand the converters in the 4 are even better…

Enjoy!

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I recommend to anyone who is facing a wall with their setup to put some kind of print, or in this case a tapestry, up if you haven’t already. It just felt so much better as soon as I put it up. Feng shui matters so much to me!

Also trying out a new signal / midi flow. Feels so good to move things around! :blush:

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I’m still happy with my Ultralite mk3 hybrid too, hope it’s going to serve me well at least a couple more years.

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@mdoudoroff on the underground :metro: reading your excellent manual

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Sorry it doesn’t paginate worth a damn.

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I can so relate to this!

Where did you get the angled shelf holders?

Haha it’s totally cool man every day I read it back over and every time a :bulb: goes on

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I recommend re-reading Trent’s document too. The way he talks about the circuits is important.

Setup from my album release show tonight. I used the same setup as I did to record the album, and played a 40 minute improvised set.

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I’ll do just that today dude thank you

what’s the aluminium box beside oto machines?

Where can that be found?

Looks like a Hinton SwitchMix.

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They’re from a Swedish company called Elfa, but I guess you can get their stuff worldwide. This is from their product line called “Sparring”.

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really dumb question but HOW did you not tip over the serge case?!? seeing those things on end always gives me a mild panic attack.

It is a SwitchMix as @x2mirko pointed out. It’s in a 42hp intellijel 4U case along with a 1u quadratt.

I love it, especially for setting up a performance. It makes routing modulations and effects really simple, and I even use it to route and combine gate patterns as an improvisational sequencer.

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Hah. That’s actually a table top rack, so it’s quite stable.

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That’s rad. Those things look so cool already, but then to have it as a stand-alone addendum to the setup is dank.

Someone posted some pictures of a soviet control room in another thread and it’s very reminiscent of those, or like something from one of those old experimental radio labs.

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Very cool - Thomas Ankersmit inspired?

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