your page is great, I like the vibe on the loops ! I will go back to it cause it's lot of interesting instant materials..
Past year, I made home studio for one year without quasi never recording all the gems produced in those moment, this time I prepare everything for record every instant, in particular with the toys I'm still discovering (ms2000, akai remix and Kp3) ... but you know I don't want to crier victoire trop vite car my path has been often full of surprises that cause me to stop music production and so on.. last year I record only this , but it's not so cool compare to some pure moments where I seem to disappear in the sound...( https://soundcloud.com/lorend ) I prefer what I consigned in poetry (http://welovewords.com/lorenlorant ), often the feeling is more accurate from what it said, even if it demands time to go in the text, easier because less expensive and no need to have a home, or rec hardware connected to produce and publish poetry and so on ..
Now I will try something else, I still don't know what, I decided people steel my microphone and camera, really, ah ah...maybe more oriented with sun and clear channel... or maybe nothing, god knows;
See ya !
A plus !
Subject: RE: akai remix 16 scsi interface
Date: Sun, 16 Mar 2014 00:46:07 +0100
For the moment I rebuilt my studio, after stopping home studio for 7 months ...it's based on hardware machines (emx, esx, rs7000 soon remplaced by XL-7 I hope, ef 303, korg ms 2000, juno alpha ) , voice, poetry , guitar, didjeridoo... I decided to insert Kaoss Pad 3 and Akai Remix (instead of octatrack which is too expensive) on the mix table for playing more and more with instant creation, loops, eq, effects and I don't know what can happen with all that toys together ... :=)
I really hope to find scsi interface for this akai, cause instant creation is cool with it, but editing more precisely is great too... the pitch avaible through menu seem to come from an other planet on it...
Subject: Re: akai remix 16 scsi interface
Date: Sat, 15 Mar 2014 22:39:43 +0100
Yes! But sorry I don't have an interface for the Akai.. What kind of loops do you do?
Le 15 mars 2014 à 22:35, "Lau '" <email@example.com> a écrit :