Very nice! I know I already asked you on YouTube about your performance, but watching the videos again I'm wondering about the stuff around the AE Modular and how you multitrack and sync everything. I seems like you're on vacation in the videos, for which I assume you brought a specially reduced setup.
Post by Malibu Interface on Aug 6, 2018 16:59:03 GMT
No multitrack : I record on a little Nagra Ares-ML.
For the chords, digital sounds, mix and recording, I use the following devices : - Archos 9 touch screen tablet with Windows 7 (http://store.archos.com/archos-tablet-p-96.htm) - Image Line Minihost Modular (https://www.image-line.com/support/flstudio_online_manual/html/plugins/Minihost%20Modular.htm) - Korg M1 and Wavestation VST - Sound Devices USBpre (https://en.audiofanzine.com/usb-interface/sound-devices/USBPre/) - The output of the USBpre is connected into the Nagra - The outputs of the AE Modular in connected into the inputs of the USBpre - I mix the "virtual" sounds and the "analogic" sounds from the AE Modular using the "Mix" potentiometer
All other sounds (sequences, percussions, delays, rythmes, mixing, etc.) are generated by the AE Modular
Maybe I could get rid of the VST / virtual sounds if there is a sample player and multi-effect modules in the future.
I love the idea of an ultra portable set up, will have to work on that.... Have taken a synth on holiday before now to spend some time programming/learning it, and have thought about a portable recorder. I've tried the tablet route and really puts me off but hadn't thought about the AE Modular being transportable!