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cryophonik
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Registered: Jan 2008
Location: Elk Grove, CA USA

quote:
Originally posted by hexadecimal
Part of it. Still waiting on more modules.

Turns out hand built synths take a long time to build.

To the left of it is a 12U eurorack system currently waiting to be re-housed in a custom 24U case (I have a lot of orphan modules sitting in boxes right now).


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counterfeiter
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Registered: Jul 2008
Location: Toronto, Canada

This is the temporary studio. I'm in the process of finishing the bassment. I've got sound proofing insulation, resilient channels, raised sub floor and double drywall.

I have more equipment and not enough room.


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MSZ
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Registered: Jun 2005
Location: What

r u sellin equipment?

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hexadecimal
Supreme tranceaddict



Registered: Mar 2004
Location: Chicago, IL

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Originally posted by alanzo
Douche. The colors looked like a Buchla, but I wasn't positive since it's kind of empty. Why don't you fix that?

First, everything from the color scheme to the layout is very Buchla specific. If you see any other modules from any other manufacturer that look even slightly similar, they're probably clones.

Next, if you had read my other post, you'd have noticed that I have several other modules on order.

If you had ever worked with Buchla, you'd know that it typically takes anywhere from 3-12 months to receive an order.

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Robotrance
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Registered: Jun 2003
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whats the deal with these analoge monsters anyway? would love to hear some samples to understand what the fuzz is about.

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hexadecimal
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Registered: Mar 2004
Location: Chicago, IL

Technically my two modular systems aren't all analog. The Buchla I bought specifically because it has a lot of digital magic in it... which is rare in the modular world. It also has some basic patch storage capabilities (obviously only knob positions, but at least that only leaves me having to take notes on patch routing, instead of all of it). The preset capabilities also allow for some very cool morphing - e.g. you can recall a patch with another patch going, and instantly have the parameters on every module, or any individual modules, change. You can also cycle through patches via voltages (pulses), so you can set up patches that either randomly, or with a time cycle, change drastically.

It's an incredible system, and despite the price, the functionality you get out of it would cost about the same with any other modular system. Each module in a 200e system typically has the functionality of 4+ modules in any other system. To give a quick example, even the very minimal 200e system I currently have, has more power than the 12U / 36 module eurorack system next to it.

The funny thing to me is how all the new kids are flocking to the Voyager after "deadmo4" showed off his elite preset using capabilities. That synth is really limited, and I doubt most of the people who are now flocking to them understand that the only reason it's around is because some old school analog purists want "that" sound. As someone who has been using and has owned most classic analog synths for 14+ years, I can tell you that most people, myself included, wouldn't be able to tell the difference between a good minimoog clone VST/AU, and a real mini anymore. I'd suggest that anyone looking at buying a voyager as their first analog synth, think long and hard about it, and consider buying something more flexible, like an Andromeda, instead. Other good alternatives as far as analog monosynths are pretty much all of the Studio Electronics synths. You could pick up a 4 voice Omega 8 for the price of a Voyager, and that's an incredible synth (and very expandable - up to 8 voices, and several filter types with drop in cards).

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alanzo
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Registered: Sep 2003
Location: Boston, MA

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The funny thing to me is how all the new kids are flocking to the Voyager after "deadmo4" showed off his elite preset using capabilities. That synth is really limited, and I doubt most of the people who are now flocking to them understand that the only reason it's around is because some old school analog purists want "that" sound. As someone who has been using and has owned most classic analog synths for 14+ years, I can tell you that most people, myself included, wouldn't be able to tell the difference between a good minimoog clone VST/AU, and a real mini anymore. I'd suggest that anyone looking at buying a voyager as their first analog synth, think long and hard about it, and consider buying something more flexible, like an Andromeda, instead. Other good alternatives as far as analog monosynths are pretty much all of the Studio Electronics synths. You could pick up a 4 voice Omega 8 for the price of a Voyager, and that's an incredible synth (and very expandable - up to 8 voices, and several filter types with drop in cards).


Wow. That was the best blurb I've ever read here. It's 100% my thoughts on the more popular analog synths. I have to quote you on my hardware synth thread : http://www.tranceaddict.com/forums/showthread.php?threadid=471441&forumid=48&s=

On another note, you met a guy I talk to a lot -- Array. He said you use the name 'Science' on other forums.


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Registered: Mar 2004
Location: Chicago, IL

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Originally posted by alanzo On another note, you met a guy I talk to a lot -- Array. He said you use the name 'Science' on other forums.

Hell yea... he's a cool guy

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hexadecimal
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Registered: Mar 2004
Location: Chicago, IL

Also, to clarify my thoughts on the Voyager, it is a great synth. At used prices, it's worth it, if you know exactly why you're buying it, and have previous experience with analog monosynths, which lead you to decide on a Voyager. However, the people who typically buy them these days, would be better off looking elsewhere.

There's a good reason why these are showing up constantly on the used market for $1k+ under the original prices... and it's not because the people who are buying them based on what their heros use are keeping them.

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hexadecimal
Supreme tranceaddict



Registered: Mar 2004
Location: Chicago, IL

Here's a picture of my room in it's current, unfinished state. Monitors pictured are cheap M-Audio BX5a that I use for A/B comparisons. My other monitors are HR824s, which I'm selling as soon as the 4 Adam A7s and their stands show up (for mixing in quad). Also missing a lot of other gear, most of which is in storage or put away in boxes while I wait for new studio furniture and get the room treated.

By the way, I'm not to be confused with the hexadecimal who I was recently made aware of who has some stuff on beatport. I've been using this handle for around 10 years and had no idea he existed until someone pointed out that I had really bad taste in music, and I saw that someone with really bad taste in music was using the same name as me.

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alanzo
The Equalizer Womanizer



Registered: Sep 2003
Location: Boston, MA

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<3 .. very nice instrument selection.


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hexadecimal
Supreme tranceaddict



Registered: Mar 2004
Location: Chicago, IL

Missing from the picture and currently the room:
TB-303
TR-606
TR-707
TR-909
Roland S-220
E-Mu Drumulator
Prophet VS keyboard
Quasimidi Sirius
Waldorf Pulse+

Various FX processors, controllers, etc...

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