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Subject: Taking VSTs out on the road
Date: Wed, 18 Nov 2009 11:46:43 +0000
I knew sooner or later my ears would prick up and i would start thinking about this one.... virtual instruments!!
basically I WILL NEVER use a traditional "pc or mac" computer in my music..i cant explain why but I wont, its not my thing...EVER!!
so now that hats out or the way im going to get all contrary..........
I have started to look at buying a used Korg PadKontrol, with the notion of using it to create diatonic presets to use with my micro kord and EA1 synths ( basically im not a keys player so i figure i will rule out the bum notes and play by feal through assigning custom scales to my pads).
so I am quite far along this route when I realise that basically the keys of the microkorg and the knobs of the EA1 are now pretty moot..... BUT I STILL DONT WANT A LAPTOP!!!
so basically and finally, is there a little box I can use without a screen and whatnot where i can chuck in a nice VSTi synth, some samples and possibly a good drunm kit ( I dont mind using a computer at the editing stage) and then unplug and just have it act similar to the "brain" of a v-drum basically a custom sound module ( or is there any really good midi sound modules you can recommend for drums , ethnic precussion and synth sounds.
also anyone using pads in a diatonic way like this?
ta for the long read
Subject: RE: gitech dl-8
Date: Wed, 18 Nov 2009 09:43:33 +0000
im a big supported of the digitech delay and my take on it was that feedback 0-97% of the knobs rotation equalled incresed feedback with 97% being continuous...however the bit that was cool for me was that 100% SHUT OFF the input to the delay but allowed it to keep playing ....which let me use the delay in a more loop orientated way, capturing audio then punching out to solo over it without that solo being added, then drop the knob back sub %100 when i was ready to add in more.
i thought it was a genius feature but that they didnt explain it properly to the audience.
well thats how mine works.
Date: Tue, 17 Nov 2009 13:28:28 -0800
Subject: gitech dl-8
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