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Re: Looping stuff for sale
Me buy more gear? What makes you think that?
OK, I'll come clean. I don't want to buy anything...(well except for the
new KAOSS pad when it comes out, but that's another story) I ALREADY BOUGHT
IT! I just picked up a Roland VX-5050 synth module. My issue is that the
GR-30's sounds mostly SUCK and although the TS-10 is better and has the
sequencer I've ever seen on a keyboard workstation, it's one of the
damn keyboards I've ever come across. Aluminum chassis. Plywood case.
Hard to move around, but built like a tank. Since I don't tour, it mainly
sat in my studio. Since I'm not a keyboard player, it became a very
expensive MIDI controller for programming my Roland MC-307. I realized it
was a waste. The VX-5050 has all the soundage I need, and sits nicely in a
single rack space. I also plan on getting a little MIDI controller
keyboard. Any suggestions? That will sit at home for composing, and I can
have the VX-5050 in my rack for gigs, and home studio use.
on 4/26/02 11:04 AM, Claude Voit at email@example.com wrote:
> Hey Mark
> what do you wanna buy ?
> Mark Sottilaro wrote:
>> Hey boys and girls...
>> check out this cool loop gear:
>> An Ensoniq TS-10. Not a looper, but has an amazing hardware sequencer
>> lot's of great sounds, drums and otherwise. I'm a guitarist and got
>> of dusting it!
>> A Roland Dr. Sample SP-303. Lot's of loop potential here. Can capture
>> audio live, and quickly put it into a loop (there is some pause
>> the lenght of the sample) Each loop can then be a different length.
>> sounds quality and a 64 meg smartmedia card included.
>> and last, but not least, The coveted Lexicon Vortex! Lot's of info on
>> Looper's delight page on this baby. Sweet looping and loop mangling
>> madness. Had to make room in my rack for another piece of gear.
>> Mark Sottilaro