i also had the old ammo can. ended up having it move along for a number of different reasons, though this new format is more tempting!
This is really nice, the pad sounds give it really quite a different feel to what normally comes from jam sessions on those machines.
This is fabulous and inspiring. More than 35 years ago, I was a viola performance major. Coming back to music in my late 40s (now my 50s), I’m looking for ways to include my viola into my electronic music. Follow that passion! <3 <3 <3
Thanks Chris. The pad is done with the yamaha reface dx, quite a capable fm-synth despite it’s size. Also, the meris poly moon adds a lot of character
Here is the latest modular rig. Pic taken a couple days ago and I’ve already changed things around. LOL!
Nice and clean setup.
Love the art on the walls, where can I find them?
Just spent a solid amount of time over the last two weekends re-arranging the studio. I finally feel like I can balance experimentation, jamming, composing, recording…feels great.
I love the dual use of the lamp for the tape loop!
Setting up a tape loop around a cluttered desk – always the best part of the process
so much wonderful light
I can practically hear the peacefulness~
What’s your setup? Is that an older Zoom H4 I spy?
It was very peaceful. Not a lot of sounds to capture!
It’s an old H4n indeed, with a rode nt2a in cardioid mode. I’m pretty happy with the stereo image!
So jealous of those windows. I have a beautiful view of a…wall.
just to the left of the image is a Crank Sturgeon Shake & Bark and several pedals for, uh, “textures”. i have a Tascam 424 arriving in the mail soon as well. looks like i’m going to need a bigger table.
The final missing piece finally arrived, so I put my shruthi XT back together with its shiny new walnut panel! Better photos coming later when the sun is out again.