Anyone tried this yet ? Opinions?
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- Add a little mixer that has the outs you need.
- I've not looked at signal splitters, but they do exist.
- A patch bay.
I want to avoid another mixer just for space reasons…also i can´t think about a very small model for my purpose (at least 2 individual output channels controlled by fader)
I´ve thought about a signal splitters too, but haven´t found anything so far.
Patch Bay? Won´t work...of course you can route a signal from x to y, but i need to split the stereo signal, going into 2 other devices.
I really enjoy listening to his works, unfortunately I can't find any info about what gear did he used.
I see a Fizmo, Korg Z1, Waldorf Q and a Korg MS 2000 in his most famous photo and a bunch of dat machines?
I know some artists here collaborated with him, so maybe you know more than I do
Reading the final Ian Banks novel :: The Hydrogen Sonata
How does it compare to 'The Algabraist'?
Richard Ginns - In Float
A 2014 release on Tattersall's Cotton Goods label. This is electo-acoustic ambient at it's finest. The atmosphere is a fragile one with sounds hovering, sustaining, and then vanishing. Listening to the album brings to mind the image of motes of dust floating through a sunbeam.
To tie this into the YouTube thread: This is an album that I never would have bought if the artist hadn't uploaded it to Bandcamp. The cost of buying this limited edition release, combined with the shipping from the UK, was prohibitive. I just didn't want to take a chance based on the few samples I heard on the Cotton Goods website. But after streaming the album once on Bandcamp, I found myself returning to it over and over again and finally bought the digital version as a way of showing my support.
Stream/Buy digital: https://richardginns.bandcamp.com/album/in-float (Curves on the Surface is my favorite track)
Buy physical: http://boomkat.com/cds/909351-richard-ginns-in-float (which is now on sale!)