Makes sense. I can imagine having some fun with the Dicer as is. Not sure I have use for it at the moment, though. In that same vein, I tend to have my SP-303 next to my drum set and use it to record / trigger lives samples. It’s a blast.
Saving up for a professional job is definitely the best way to do it if you want it to function exactly as planned. I just couldn’t stretch my budget (or patience) any further.
I am in the market for a Tascam Porta05 - same concept!
The progress of my DIY case, along with some pics of a playdate with @tremblap.
Testing some modules:
So many synths…:
The current state of things:
Composing on modular
with the beloved pitch wheel!
Haven’t really had time to sink my teeth into it yet, but everything seems to work fine, except som scraping pots.
@iggrok I’ve also been on the lookout for a 4-track from Tascam, as I’ve heard they’re usually of a higher quality, but I’m sure this one suits my needs just as well!
whoa. that looks quite … minimal
I like the dynamix. A good addition for sure. I like most MN gear. It’s usually very well thought out even if you don’t recognize it initially. Morphagene has also been loads of fun.
Respect! I found it infuriatingly fiddly making regular cassette loops.
Gorgeous case! Tell me more about it?
Is it a Lamond? Characters
Well spotted @AlessandroBonino, it is indeed made by Ross Lamond, who conveniently lives quite close to me. He did a fantastic job on this and is really great guy to hang out with. One good thing about have such a beautiful case is that changing to something larger is simply not an option!