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PostPosted: Sun Jul 23, 2006 12:00 pm    Post subject: Photograph your studio!
Subject description: I'll show you mine, you show me yours.
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Here's my studio. I haven't cleaned it or made it look pretty. This is it's normal state. It's small, cramped, and I have WAY too much stuff in such a small space, but it works OK for now.

So here they are, the studio photos:

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Here's my Blacet modular synth kit (right) and my Octave Kitten (left). You can read more about the trials and tribulations of building the kit here.

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Lots of stuff in this picture (as there will be in most of these...).
Tama Techstar TS-305 (mid-left).
Rack of MIDI synths (center) includes a MOTU MIDI Express XT, Kawai XD-5r, Yamaha TX-81z, Ensoniq ESQ-M.
Speaker (top middle) is 1/2 of my pair of KRK Rockit 8 bi-amped monitors.
Mixer (right) is a Tascam M-2400 24-channel, 8-buss console.
There's more, but you get the point.

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Many hours spent from this angle...

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Whole bunch of crap. Red yamaha keytar (center) is the SHS-10. The thing to have if you want to look retarded on stage. In a good way...
Also, a big stack of Casio and Yamaha toy keyboards just to the right of it. There are actually quite a few more there than it looks like. That stack is layers deep.

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The Kitten (left) would be up on one of the shelves, ready to play, but I still haven't tuned it, so it's more or less unplayable right now. The scaling is so far off that there's nearly an octave between keys. Yikes!
Also of note is the Casio CZ-101 (top right, like you can't tell...). Great for dorky and obscene sounds. Also: some old video effects gear for making strange images.

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More of the same...

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Here's my effects rack, to the right of the mixer. Top to bottom: Zoom 1201 multi-effects, Lexicon MX200 multi-effects, DOD 231Q stereo graphic EQ, BBE 362 Sonic Maximizer, Furman RV-1 spring reverb, Maxon/Ibanez DM500 digital delay, Digitech IPS-33b Super Harmony Machine (ha ha ha). Also: a bunch of pedals (duh) and side profile on the right you see some test bench oscillators by Wavetek and Heathkit.

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Just to the right of the main effects rack, I've also got some Boss half-rack effects. I've got two RSD-10 and one RPD-10. The RSD is a "sampling" delay, which has a keyboard/pitch input for controlling the sampling/playback rate of the delay and sampling modes. Really, really bizzare things are possible with these. I should buy some more of them Twisted Evil The RPD is a simple mono to stereo panning/ping-ping delay. A nice effect, but nothing too special.

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My other monitor, an old camcorder, and my really old Sony Discman. I've had that thing for over 10 years, and it's still a great CD player. One of the few portables to have a real line out (separate from the headphone out).

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Some of the pile of old toy keyboards. In various states of bending and modification. Fun stuff.

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Two Wavetek oscillators on the left, one Heathkit oscillator/sweep generator on the right. Above the Heathkit is an old DOD digital delay (with a bad memory chip.. BOOOOOO) and above that is an Aphex Aural Exciter (YAAAYYYYY!!). Oh, and an Alesis Micro Gate.
Down below is the Alesis Micron, which still amazes me. Great, great analog modeling. Better than you might think. Normally the Octave Kitten sits there, but it's in dry dock. On top of the Micron is a Guyatone Parametric EQ pedal (which is very nice) and a Boss Hyper Metal distortion pedal.
Blocked by the chair, sitting to the right of the Micron is a borrowed 1st generation Frostwave Resonator. Unfortunately, this is the no-CV inputs model. I'll eventually have to give it back, and just build my own MS-20 clone (yessssss).

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More crap. Computer parts, snakes for the mixer, and (low center) an open Roland TR-505 drum machine, just waiting for bending. Under and behind the 505 are a whole bunch of microphones in boxes. Yes, one day I'll have a proper studio where I can set up microphones to record bands. One day....

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Kind of odd to see a ceiling fan so low, right? Well I'm up in the loft, and there's about a 15-foot drop below that fan.
Handheld cassete recorder (mid-left) provided much fun back in the day. Adjustable speed, oh yeah.
Also: computer parts, etc. And some TI Speak & _____.

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I think I've covered all of this stuff. Oh, those little guys in the upper left have magnetic feet. Adorable. Deadly.

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Slightly different angle, showing where I'd be if I weren't holding the camera. It's all at my fingertips... Smile

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More of the same... you can at least see the Frostwave Resonator in this shot.

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An angle you don't often see. This is me headed down the stairs, out of the lair. The end!

Man, what a mess!

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PostPosted: Sun Jul 23, 2006 7:40 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote  Mark this post and the followings unread

Nice tour, great pics. Your place looks like a fun place to be. Very Happy
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PostPosted: Sun Jul 23, 2006 7:58 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote  Mark this post and the followings unread

Thanks. Why not add some pictures of your studio to this?

In fact, how about anybody that replies to this add some pictures of their studio... no matter how small or nonexistant your studio may be. If it's just a laptop and headphones, post that! If it's a massive wall of modular, definitely post that! I just like to know what other people are working with.
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PostPosted: Sun Jul 23, 2006 9:30 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote  Mark this post and the followings unread

Here's a previous thread of member studios.

http://electro-music.com/forum/topic-1727.html

Although, I'm sure by now they could all use an updating (at least mine does)
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PostPosted: Mon Jul 24, 2006 12:00 am    Post subject: Reply with quote  Mark this post and the followings unread

jksuperstar wrote:
I'm sure by now they could all use an updating (at least mine does)

exactly Exclamation
http://electro-music.com/forum/topic-3932.html
http://homepage.mac.com/carloserafini/PhotoAlbum19.html
these 2 links have old versions of my set up Crying or Very sad

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PostPosted: Mon Jul 24, 2006 2:08 am    Post subject: Reply with quote  Mark this post and the followings unread

OK, here some pictures of my "muziekkamer" (i.e. music room). It is not very large so some stuff doesn't fit in. I am rethinking the layout all the time, but still i can't get to the ultimate setup...

I have got a Korg Z1 and a Ensoniq ASR10 that aren't setup on the moment. They do change place with the Yamaha Motif and Korg Karma now and then.

If anyone has some suggestions to make it fit in i will appreciate that very much Cool


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PostPosted: Mon Jul 24, 2006 2:14 am    Post subject: Reply with quote  Mark this post and the followings unread

Some more pics....


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PostPosted: Mon Jul 24, 2006 2:22 am    Post subject: Reply with quote  Mark this post and the followings unread

That's a nice setup! Certainly cleaner than mine. Embarassed

Such wonderful keyboards. Oh, and a keyboard stand.... what a brilliant concept. Smile I could sure use one of those.. but where would I put it ?? Dual LCD monitors is nice, too.

I especially like your chair. I've never seen one like that, though I've often thought it would make sense to have indentations for the legs like that. Looks very comfortable. Plus, it matches the Nord gear!

Wan wrote:
If anyone has some suggestions to make it fit in i will appreciate that very much Cool

Easy. I'll PM you my shipping address. Your extra synths would fit much better into my studio. Wink


Thanks for playing the Photograph your studio! game. Anybody else care to play?
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PostPosted: Mon Jul 24, 2006 3:26 am    Post subject: Reply with quote  Mark this post and the followings unread

bigtex wrote:
I especially like your chair. I've never seen one like that, though I've often thought it would make sense to have indentations for the legs like that. Looks very comfortable. Plus, it matches the Nord gear!

It has taken me a while to find such a chair, and this one didn't come cheap alas. But now i have found it, it *is* a very fine chair and the most used thing in the room.

bigtex wrote:

Easy. I'll PM you my shipping address. Your extra synths would fit much better into my studio. Wink


I think i can't do that to you. If you've get those synths you wouldn't fit in your own studio and wouldn't be able to play with your stuff anymore. I know you would slowly pass out of this world and that's something i don't want to be responsible for.
So i will look for another solution to my severe problem. I think i can learn something from your setup: don't make it to tidy and more stuff will fit in Very Happy

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PostPosted: Wed Jul 26, 2006 12:26 am    Post subject: Reply with quote  Mark this post and the followings unread

really nice studios guy's.
i want to play the game also. so here is my ... well its not actually a studio but our music space.

so first lets see the speakers - adjusted for perfect stereo position Smile
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under speakers there is our keys. Siel Flying 61 and WLM 1 (Welmu keyboards are from Finland!)
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under keys there is our record player + little TOA-amp to drive two Philips horns (really loud & crispy sound) and the box where i keep my toys.
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on the side there is Yamaha PSR-6 (bent) and Yamaha PSR-2
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on the floor : Roland MC-303, Star Party (bent), Potex Mix Evolution (bent), Yamaha PSS-7 and My Music Center (bent)
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on the floor: sine OSC whit control handle, Muiltinoise gen, DS-7 clones, Leem mini mixer, vestax sampler and some bent toys
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Blaupunkt radio,Akai GX-4000D, zoom studio 1201 and Realistic stereo EQ
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under that: Alto S-8 mixer, Ibanez DM1100 delay, Alesis Microverb4, Vesta fire DIG-411 delay, Sony MD-313 and DIY TV scope
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PostPosted: Wed Jul 26, 2006 12:59 am    Post subject: Reply with quote  Mark this post and the followings unread

Nice stash, Daniel.

I've got that same Zoom 1201. Even though some of its effects are really noisy, I love that thing. The ring-mod with delay is quite nice, as is the pitch shifter with delay. Perhaps one of my favorites is one of the middle settings on the Lo-fi effect that has a delay added in. Okay, I guess all of my favorite effects on it involve delay...

Also, open up your Ibanez 1100. I used to have an Ibanez 1000, so I'm sure yours is similar. There should be some trimpots inside for the max and min delay times. Tweak those! You can get the delay time so short it becomes almost like a phaser, and also so long that it basically stops. Then, put it into modulation mode! I usually keep mine set with the sampling frequency somewhere in the high-audio range, so you can hear the ringing, but it still works reasonably well as a delay. The DAC filters were not intended to filter out such low (audible) frequencies, so you can hear all of the digital destruction. Nice. Another cool mod you can do to that is taking the output of the input amplifier and piping it to the input of the delay time control. The input signal's amplitude will modulate delay time. Wicked sound!

Anyway, thanks for adding those shots. You've got some really cool stuff.
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thanks bigtex
i will open my Ibanez and try the mods

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this actually work surprisingly well for making live music. The clocks are adjustables delays on the fly and with usually about 150 milisecond delay.
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trippy...
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PostPosted: Sat Jul 29, 2006 1:23 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote  Mark this post and the followings unread

I'm not sure what I'm looking at there.... is your studio under water? Smile
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PostPosted: Sun Jul 30, 2006 5:42 am    Post subject: Reply with quote  Mark this post and the followings unread

I've posted my studio before. This is outdated, but things don't look too different now.

http://electro-music.com/forum/topic-75.html

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PostPosted: Mon Jul 31, 2006 6:24 am    Post subject: Reply with quote  Mark this post and the followings unread

Here is my little lab.


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This is a picture of my studio taken in February, 2005. Since that time, I have done considerable upgrading that adds to the flexibility of the studio while reducing the footprint.

Currently my studio is in disarray due to swapping in new equipment... when I'm finished, I'll post a pic of the new arrangement.

The middle keyboard rack with the Aries Modular Synth, Casio VZ1, and K2600 will live on -- I would never part with those instruments Smile
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PostPosted: Mon Jul 31, 2006 10:27 am    Post subject: Reply with quote  Mark this post and the followings unread

There is a disturbing lack of lava lamps so far Shocked

kkissinger, I'm intrigued by that patch matrix(?) - whats the story?

Right, and then the picture which is from before I moved to where I live now, but the studio corner looks just the same. Still havent got the aforementioned lava lamp...

Come on folks, lets see those studios! Very Happy

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Thank you for asking. I built this synth in the 1970s and it is near and dear to my heart. Here is some info about the green buttons on the upper left corner of the Aries Control panel.

When I decided to increase the number of VCO's and Filters, it occurred to me that I'd need a load of patch cords just to do basic patching from the keyboards, etc... to the modules. I didn't want to loose patching flexibility by hard-wiring connections yet I wanted a convenient way to route control voltages.

The first six columns are 'a' thru 'f' and are fed from patch points that are normalled as follows:

a - keyboard one voice
b - keyboard one aux voice
c - keyboard two voice
d - keyboard two aux voice
e - sequencer
f - pitch to voltage converter

The rows route the signal applied to the column to the CV inputs as follows:

Rows 1 thru 9 correspond to VCO's 1 thru 9
Rows 10 and 11 correspond to the two multi-mode VCFs
Row 12 corresponds to the VC Phaser/Flanger

Column 'g' is for routing sync signals from/to the oscillators

Column 'h' is for routing signals to the PWM inputs of the oscillators.

Columns i and j are for routing Gate and Trigger signals to the six envelope generators.

All the connections appear at patch points and can be over-ridden. Also, all inputs are summed -- thus, multiple columns can supply control voltage to each module. I added diodes to the inputs of my envelope generators to prevent back-feeding -- thus, I can trigger the EG's from multiple sources.

The switches light up when pushed for easy reference.

As you probably figured out, the Aries modules are all of uniform size -- the patch switches and additional mixers, inverters, and attenuators are on a panel that I built myself.

The outputs and controls for the MIDI to CV converter are in the middle/bottom of the panel and can be patched to the columns via the jack overrides.

The synthesizer's minimal "Normalled" patching can be over-ridden by placing a plug into a jack (like an Arp 2600) -- the goal being maximum flexibility.

I am relatively new to this site, and can't wait to check out the modular synth forums where I plan to find lots of new ideas for patching.

For more information about this synth and some .mp3 performances, please visit http://kevinkissinger.com and follow the "Synthesizer" link.

Well... since this is supposed to be a "picture" thread I'll stop here.
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PostPosted: Mon Jul 31, 2006 11:50 am    Post subject: Reply with quote  Mark this post and the followings unread

and... nice pic of your dj synth corner.

And, I have three lava lamps in my studio... they are off-camera though.

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kkissinger wrote:
Well... since this is supposed to be a "picture" thread I'll stop here.


Oh, please continue Very Happy This is fascinating stuff. Perhaps you should start a thread for showing off your studio and how everything works. You've got some cool equipment. I've been meaning to try out or hear one of those Casio VZ synths for a while now. I've read that they can make some amazing sounds. I'm a big fan of the Kurzweil synths and the VAST engine. Also great. Nice studio!
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kkissinger wrote:
... the patch switches and additional mixers, inverters, and attenuators are on a panel that I built myself.


Wow, that's impressive. Beautiful studio, and I believe I see a pyramidal lava lamp just to left of your synth's stand. Wink


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PostPosted: Tue Aug 01, 2006 8:51 am    Post subject: Reply with quote  Mark this post and the followings unread

what`s this thing with those lava lamps.
many synth users seem to have them in their studio.
I find them heavily distracting with those changing lights...

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