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  1. maryliddon

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    Starting to get the hand of this little bundle of magic
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    This is a very fun new toy
  3. "In a tragic moment in the history of human civilization..." er... really?
  4. maryliddon

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    Behringer just slashed the XR18's price, might be worth a look. You can record 18 tracks at once via USB. The only slight downside is it comes without a console so you control it with an app or by mapping a midi controller https://www.gak.co.uk/en/behringer-xair-x18-digital-ipad-tablet-mixer/112845
  5. maryliddon

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    Out of interest, what's everyone's goto music software? Things I love: ABL3 - super accurate 303 emulation with a few extra knobs and levers to alter the sound a bit https://www.audiorealism.se/abl3.html Serum - flexible and fun to use polysynth. Really enjoy sound design on this. The FX rack it comes with is pretty good https://www.xferrecords.com/products/serum MJUC compressor - cheap but really nice compressor, works well as an insert for mixing or on your master chain https://klanghelm.com/contents/products/MJUC/MJUC.php Arturia V collection - CS-80 / Model D emus get a lot of use https://www.arturia.com/products/analog-classics/v-collection/overview Blackhole Reverb - great for shimmers and live tweaking, licensing model is a pain in the tits, hate iLok https://www.eventideaudio.com/products/reverb/reverb/blackhole iZotope Music Production Suite - really like this for mastering and mixing. Complete overkill for making shit acid https://www.izotope.com/en/products/mix/music-production-suite.html BitWig - Moved onto this out of boredom, still finding my sea legs but enjoying the change from ABL https://www.bitwig.com/en/home.html
  6. maryliddon

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    +1 for the V collection and this is an awesome price. They're not super accurate emulations in places but they do sound fantastic. I would have had my worth out of this package if it had only contained the CS-80 plugin
  7. maryliddon

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    Got a new mixer so trying to cross mix between various devices
  8. I think this could be really good. It's a documentary called Heart Of Neon being made by Paul Docherty, former games artist and currently documentary film editor (he edited the excellent Jodorosky's Dune among other things) Paul's still filming and has asked for contributions from anyone who's a fan of Jeff's work and will be attending the Blackpool Play Expo later this month so I thought I'd post it here to Share and enjoy
  9. maryliddon

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    This ended being harder work than anticipated. Starting to get my sea legs tho
  10. maryliddon

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    I'm not super happy with my ability to structure my own music; I'm like an overly enthusiastic puppy and usually jam in way too much too quickly So I'm having a go at DJing, kind of getting the hang of it, and this the first thing I done: (I fucked up recording the set and it stops abruptly on the final song )
  11. maryliddon

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    Trying to LIVE JAM a bit more, had a nice time with a digitakt / octatrack / tb-03 yesterday. Bit of a nothing burger but fun to do
  12. maryliddon

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    Oh I like that.
  13. maryliddon

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    An ode to Elon
  14. maryliddon

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    Ha, cool. Nice noises. Reminds me of What Shall We Do Now? a bit https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CS_FCbQ-okM
  15. maryliddon

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    I made an album Kind of like Revels; bits from the factory floor shoveled into a bag. It's on sale here https://gazaxian.bandcamp.com/album/snog-gary-avoid and free here Enjoy
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