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subbasshead


via soundgas
https://soundgas.com/blog/soundgas-in-london-floating-points-studio-to ur/
dubonaire
Thanks for sharing that. His new album is nice. Obviously a bit of Buchla on it and he's not afraid of a noticeable noise floor.
basalt_slave
V nice -- thanks for sharing!
subbasshead
great interview here too

https://www.residentadvisor.net/features/3548
dubonaire
subbasshead wrote:
great interview here too

https://www.residentadvisor.net/features/3548


That is fascinating! I think it says a lot when artists are so open and humble about their production techniques. Audio interview here as well https://bandcamp.com/?show=346
boliver
subbasshead wrote:
great interview here too

https://www.residentadvisor.net/features/3548


Really inspiring interview
dubonaire
boliver wrote:
subbasshead wrote:
great interview here too

https://www.residentadvisor.net/features/3548


Really inspiring interview


Yeah it's the most inspiring thing I've come across in a long time.
GuyaGuy
A little glimpse into his use of the Buchla

listentoaheartbeat
GuyaGuy wrote:
A little glimpse into his use of the Buchla



Haha, I love how casually he refers to the $25k mixer in his live setup. Nicely taped up, too.
dubonaire
listentoaheartbeat wrote:
GuyaGuy wrote:
A little glimpse into his use of the Buchla


Haha, I love how casually he refers to the $25k mixer in his live setup. Nicely taped up, too.


There is a lot of $$ in that studio.
slumberjack
That's easy an worth of 200k all together...but what did he said is the name of the mixer?

Sounds like a sympathic dude lost in his world to me!
listentoaheartbeat
slumberjack wrote:
but what did he said is the name of the mixer?


https://www.sonosax.ch/product/sx-st/
GuyaGuy
dubonaire wrote:
listentoaheartbeat wrote:
GuyaGuy wrote:
A little glimpse into his use of the Buchla


Haha, I love how casually he refers to the $25k mixer in his live setup. Nicely taped up, too.


There is a lot of $$ in that studio.

And yet he says in the longer interview posted above that the Yamaha CS Reface is one of his top picks!
dubonaire
listentoaheartbeat wrote:
slumberjack wrote:
but what did he said is the name of the mixer?


https://www.sonosax.ch/product/sx-st/


And that's his live mixer right? His studio mixer is a $40k API 1608.
listentoaheartbeat
dubonaire wrote:
listentoaheartbeat wrote:
slumberjack wrote:
but what did he said is the name of the mixer?


https://www.sonosax.ch/product/sx-st/


And that's his live mixer right? His studio mixer is a $40k API 1608.


Yeah. Excessive, but he makes some tasteful choices. More importantly, I appreciate that he tries to introduce challenging elements into his live set. I’ve just played live in a club for the first time in years and am thinking about this a lot. It’s key to hit a balance between refinement and spontaneity.
dubonaire
listentoaheartbeat wrote:
dubonaire wrote:
listentoaheartbeat wrote:
slumberjack wrote:
but what did he said is the name of the mixer?


https://www.sonosax.ch/product/sx-st/


And that's his live mixer right? His studio mixer is a $40k API 1608.


Yeah. Excessive, but he makes some tasteful choices. More importantly, I appreciate that he tries to introduce challenging elements into his live set. I’ve just played live in a club for the first time in years and am thinking about this a lot. It’s key to hit a balance between refinement and spontaneity.


I'm not sure if it's excessive. At least that wasn't my point.
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