Thanks. But I have a way bigger case, as well. Both have their advantages.
thanks! no sc but i do have ig:
This is my current studio space. The fisheye makes it look deceivingly big, but it’s actually just a tiny alcove in my kitchen, so things need to get moved about a lot, depending on what I am doing. To the left is a rack of shelves where I keep gear that isn’t currently being made use of (my Monome 256 is sitting there!)
I dream of having a dedicated room at some point, preferably with some natural light.
Vermona envy incoming
They make some awesome stuff. I’ve got the DRM (racked), the Vermona Kick, and just got the Perfourmer… the Kick was the gateway drug.
Yeah, I’ve already got the vermona kick, because, well, untz.
I remember initially thinking: “£100 just for a KICK sound?!”
How wrong I was.
my lovely wife designed and had a friend make this little stand for my birthday. perfect for playing on the floor (without killing my back/knees lol).
…and the curious cosmos of micro cassettes.
I can confirm this was very good indeed.
One last rehearsal before tomorrow’s gig in Helsinki with @philmaguire and Megan Steinberg.
The set is about 2/3 samples manipulated live through the modular (rockbox iPod, Radio Music and g0 being the sample players) and 1/3 loops played back (with some send FX) by the Zoom R24.
Woah! The sci-fi/cyberpunk vibes!
so gutted i missed this
Testify! I’d love an explanation for this. Is this a continued decline from the MP3 and streaming audio? Is it a perversion of the vintage/lo-fi hipster trend? Please… Someone explain (before I pull my Nakamichi from the garage)!
I like the physicality of tape loops and the lofi trash sound from them. I like that I can edit tape with just a pair of scissors and some sticky tape.
I just released an album on cassette for the first time, and mostly that was about cost, a small run of tapes is a lot cheaper than vinyl and it feels odd releasing music made on tapes on CD