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The Roland SE-02 is a Studio Electronics design partnership.....video below goes into it.   This is on my synth list and for me is the only synth that caught my attention for a long while.  There"s plenty of video demos out there so you'll be able to determine if it is the sound for you.




The Iron Ether Nimbus sounds good!
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Everything and Nothing / Re: A world full oblivion
« Last post by stargazer on March 19, 2018, 11:19:22 AM »
Thanks so much for posting your pictures and stories here.



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What Pedals do you use?

My pedals are primarily for the bass guitar that Im learning to play.

Cant be sure but was it you who said that you lived near the Iron Ether pedal/eurorack co.

Yes I do. About 40-45 minutes away.

Nothing too expensive.

I have a few reverb pedals like the Digitech Polara, Mr. Black Supermoon, and the Iron Ether Nimbus.

I have a few fuzz pedals from Noisemaker Effects including the famous Loveless pedal and a cheap metal pedal. I also have a Minifooger Boost pedal and a cheap delay pedal.

I really like the MF Boost. It adds some nice subtle coloring to my sounds.

Also, thanks for those synth recs. I had never heard of the Roland one.

[...] I've been thinking about albums like Time Machines by Coil and I'm wondering if a lot of that was done with bass synths.

If I recall correctly, it was EMS Synthi A/AKS/VCS-3 in the first place, plus a good deal of Thighp.'s Synton Fenix(es) and ARP 2600 thrown in. This, plus a lot of looping and processing.

Stephen

Interesting.
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[...] I've been thinking about albums like Time Machines by Coil and I'm wondering if a lot of that was done with bass synths.

If I recall correctly, it was EMS Synthi A/AKS/VCS-3 in the first place, plus a good deal of Thighp.'s Synton Fenix(es) and ARP 2600 thrown in. This, plus a lot of looping and processing.

Stephen
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Everything and Nothing / Re: A world full oblivion
« Last post by Julio Di Benedetto on March 19, 2018, 07:03:54 AM »
Heres a few images I took of a State park thats very close to where I live.  Its very serene but what makes it more so that cannot be known from looking at the images is that a few miles away is an immense super Walmart and all the suburban noise, traffic and chaos that accompanies it.  In the other direction about a 1/2 miles is the intercostal waterway and then the Atlantic ocean.

This place is a strange anomaly because deep within other then a few distant cell phone towers there are no signs or noise of the pandemonium that reigns quite close.

One gets a real sense of a pre historic past as this place has not be touched since mother nature original created it......oh and it does have a few formidable residents such as large Alligators, Wild Boar and Diamond Back Rattlesnakes but you have to go looking or be just unlucky to find them.  People do kayak these waters.








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What Pedals do you use?

My pedals are primarily for the bass guitar that Im learning to play.

Cant be sure but was it you who said that you lived near the Iron Ether pedal/eurorack co.
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Everything and Nothing / Re: A world full oblivion
« Last post by Seren on March 19, 2018, 01:47:08 AM »
beautiful looking places too...
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Now Playing / Re: Currently listening, part 1
« Last post by Seren on March 19, 2018, 01:29:06 AM »
I've not listened to The Winter Ghost as yet - there are a lot of his releases I've not heard.

I have Lumen (3" cdr), Pulse and Atmo, Stand Still Like the Hummingbird, Thermal Transfer.
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I have not explored drones on my voyager.....yet.

Personally I would look elsewhere then Behringer Model D....not being snobby because I have a minimoog but because there are better options out there within the similar price points that are not trying to be like something else but instead are a unique voice.

Artruria Brutes...any of them.

Roland SE-02....this little thing has a sound, with lots of tweaking possibilities.

Novation Bass Station 2....seems very solid

Moog Sub 37.....big jump in price but used has less sting and would be my first choice for huge programing potential and its duophonic.


I know you did not ask for recommendations but when I saw the word Behringer I had to suggest others for you  to look at in case you had not considered them.
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Things get more interesting with the addition of Fx, soft or hard and guitar pedals can really expand the sonic potential.

I love mixing pedals and synths. It's something that I've been doing more of with my new setup and it's opened me up to a lot more soundscaping possibilities.

I was actually thinking about getting a Behringer Model D to do some deep drones. That's what inspired this topic TBH. Plus, I've been thinking about albums like Time Machines by Coil and I'm wondering if a lot of that was done with bass synths.
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