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Everything and Nothing / Re: Insomnia treatments
« Last post by hjalmer on April 10, 2014, 10:05:27 AM »
d o

besides some
ambient drift
this works for me:


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Sv0LwXYAVVg



lethe dreaming         h
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Everything and Nothing / Re: My coworker stopped talking to me
« Last post by jkn on April 10, 2014, 07:32:56 AM »
I agree with Loren and Julio...  best to bring it up in a gentle manner.  Something like hey I feel like we're being distant lately is there something I did to offend? 
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Music Gearheads Tech Talk / Re: Antelope Audio Zen
« Last post by Crossing_The_Threshold on April 10, 2014, 03:08:49 AM »
Hi Scott,

Can you describe a bit your workflow? Do you record plenty of outboard synths/instuments?

Thanks


I go back and forth between doing everything with VSTs in Bidule to using outboard synths like my Moog or beloved JD-990s (and now-beloved iPads) with occasional guitar or doodads to build tracks. I like the flexibility of a hybrid approach and the RME gives me a lot of flex with Firewire, Light pipe, SPDIF and quality analog ins and outs.

When working with Jamie (the other half of dreamSTATE), I have 4 stereo pairs streaming to him through light pipe for live 32-bit recording (in his Bidule setup which seems to like 32-bit recording the best when recording a dozen or so stereo pairs plus playing all of Jamie's synths) from various sections of my portable rig (synth and iPad inputs, VSTs, sequences & FX) which has been great for capturing live and improv flows which can be edited later. I usually have an in/out pair going to my Kaoss Pad3. The two sets of MIDI i/o are very handy for connecting our two rigs together for sequencer syncing plus MIDI i/o to my iPad.

If I have my laptop/RME-UCX then I don't use a mixer, just the UCX as the hardware ins and outs with a very nice vst mixer Jamie assembled being controlled from my Doepfer Drehbank for spontaneous adjustments. We're very live oriented but in the studio I can plug in whatever I need quickly into the front jacks and the RME Totalmix software, while sometimes headscratchy to figure routings, is very good.

Sooo no, not a lot of recording of bowls, bells and acoustic instruments that you might be interested in my opinion about the preamps for. I can just state that the RME sounded immediately better to me than my PreSonus and that the clocking has been reliable (and switches smoothly and automatically between different master/slave configurations). It sounds good and robust with external electronic instruments and quality VSTs. I hope this is some help.



Thanks for the input.

What device are you using your hand on?

dreamSTATE vs Heiki - Winter Light


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Everything and Nothing / Re: My coworker stopped talking to me
« Last post by LNerell on April 09, 2014, 11:35:11 PM »
I did consider confronting him but decided this is his problem, also why validate the vibe he's throwing out?  (By acting like it's bothering me).

Well obviously because it is bothering you. I know its hard but better to get it out in the open and deal with it, it might all be just a misunderstanding. Maybe he thinks you are being unfriendly and is reacting the same way as you are. If you do confront him just try to be nice about it, not all up in his face.
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Music Gearheads Tech Talk / Re: Antelope Audio Zen
« Last post by LNerell on April 09, 2014, 10:27:25 PM »
if you do not use the monitor controller maybe it is better to buy another product.

Their are very few things on the market that can do what my current MOTU system does (allow 40+ inputs and 20 outputs in various formats at the same time). And most of those would be very expensive. So I am currently not in the market for a new sound card for my studio. For live use maybe, but only if I had some upcoming shows which I don't have at the moment.
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Forum Member Projects News and Promotion / Re: PARIS AMBIENT FESTIVAL
« Last post by Castleview on April 09, 2014, 08:36:21 PM »
Welcome to the forum!

This sounds like it's going to be a great experience. I hope it turns out well.
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I've just uploaded a new video to YouTube of dreamSTATE and Heiki Sillaste performing Winter Light (from our album The North Shore) live at THE AMBiENT PiNG mixed with some suitably snowy footage. Cheers!

http://youtu.be/BxJw-OV5c9Q
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I've been a bad lad and haven't been keeping up with dreamSTATE ballyhoo here
but I will try to redeem myself and share more music and videos. Here we go...
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Everything and Nothing / Re: My coworker stopped talking to me
« Last post by drone on on April 09, 2014, 11:58:45 AM »
I did consider confronting him but decided this is his problem, also why validate the vibe he's throwing out?  (By acting like it's bothering me).
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Music Gearheads Tech Talk / Re: Antelope Audio Zen
« Last post by Scott M2 on April 09, 2014, 11:36:55 AM »
Hi Scott,

Can you describe a bit your workflow? Do you record plenty of outboard synths/instuments?

Thanks

I go back and forth between doing everything with VSTs in Bidule to using outboard synths like my Moog or beloved JD-990s (and now-beloved iPads) with occasional guitar or doodads to build tracks. I like the flexibility of a hybrid approach and the RME gives me a lot of flex with Firewire, Light pipe, SPDIF and quality analog ins and outs.

When working with Jamie (the other half of dreamSTATE), I have 4 stereo pairs streaming to him through light pipe for live 32-bit recording (in his Bidule setup which seems to like 32-bit recording the best when recording a dozen or so stereo pairs plus playing all of Jamie's synths) from various sections of my portable rig (synth and iPad inputs, VSTs, sequences & FX) which has been great for capturing live and improv flows which can be edited later. I usually have an in/out pair going to my Kaoss Pad3. The two sets of MIDI i/o are very handy for connecting our two rigs together for sequencer syncing plus MIDI i/o to my iPad.

If I have my laptop/RME-UCX then I don't use a mixer, just the UCX as the hardware ins and outs with a very nice vst mixer Jamie assembled being controlled from my Doepfer Drehbank for spontaneous adjustments. We're very live oriented but in the studio I can plug in whatever I need quickly into the front jacks and the RME Totalmix software, while sometimes headscratchy to figure routings, is very good.

Sooo no, not a lot of recording of bowls, bells and acoustic instruments that you might be interested in my opinion about the preamps for. I can just state that the RME sounded immediately better to me than my PreSonus and that the clocking has been reliable (and switches smoothly and automatically between different master/slave configurations). It sounds good and robust with external electronic instruments and quality VSTs. I hope this is some help.
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