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 Post subject: Live Hosting By Bidule For VSTi's & SCOPE SFP + Analog Synth
PostPosted: Mon Feb 09, 2009 9:28 am 
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Uomo Di Fratello Nunziata,

Here's the jpeg's you requested.
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Wolf's Red MIDI Panic Buttons are used after the MIDI Filters, and before the MIDI Monitors.
This is an easy live project where everything is controlled from 2 x KS88's.
This is my current jam project. Everything can be recorded into VDAT for editing, and study.
This is important just in case I have a good session, I can retrieve it for referencing later.

I have hardware MIDI Panic pedals and Buttons, and along with Wolf's Panic Buttons stuck notes are 100% eliminated.
The CC2's are used on 2 x different Expression Pedals.
The B2003's drawbars are ganged together so several can be moved by a single push of an expression pedal.
The Prowave also has a CC2 which moves the Cutoff Frequency and Keytrack simultaneously so I can have String Cresendo's and Wide Filter Sweeps.

Bidule is the live VST Host. I run 12 x channels of MIDI between Gigastudio and Kontakt based instruments.

The external hardware analog synth is routed into the project via the A16U / ADAT connections as the ADAT Source Module shows it's mono input.
That input gets routed into a stereo device from Jah Servant called M2S that allows stereo FX to be used on a mono signal.

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 Post subject: Re: Live Hosting By Bidule For VSTi's & SCOPE SFP + Analog Synth
PostPosted: Fri Feb 13, 2009 2:05 am 
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that's so beautiful. that's ready to work. it'd be great in a busy studio as well. why would anyone have a conventional synth over that?


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 Post subject: Re: Live Hosting By Bidule For VSTi's & SCOPE SFP + Analog Synth
PostPosted: Fri Feb 13, 2009 5:18 pm 
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stardust wrote:
haptics ?


what is haptics? optics, perhaps?


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 Post subject: Re: Live Hosting By Bidule For VSTi's & SCOPE SFP + Analog Synth
PostPosted: Fri Feb 13, 2009 6:11 pm 
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do you record 16 channels of vdat at 32 bits at the same time?
I record 8 at once, and never had any trouble, but im thinking of switching to 16, now i have pretty much stopped using scope delays.

and im not quite sure why you have to have so many kill switches? i never get stuck notes in scope unless i use a certain orange synth :D
mind you thats a lot of MIDI routing you have there,

scopes an audio hub for me but my seq machine is the MIDI hub.


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 Post subject: Re: Live Hosting By Bidule For VSTi's & SCOPE SFP + Analog Synth
PostPosted: Sat Feb 14, 2009 9:00 am 
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Actually the Panic Buttons are a precaution while my hardware is getting re worked to run a new setup.
They aren't crucial but I absolutely hate stuck notes, and until I get my hardware panic button re assigned to a footswitch pedal I figured it was better safe than sorry.
I rarely get them, except when I fuck up during live program changes and still have a sustaining part going on. Then it becomes a nightmare of sorts if you can't clear the pipes.
Scope synths really don't have much trouble w/ stuck notes, but my Romplers are troublesome when I hold onto notes while doing PChange messages.
The best performer I have is my analog synth that's routed into Scope. It never has stuck notes even if I am sustaining a Bass or lead lick. I can count on that beast being around for another decade.

I usually do 2 / 4 / or 8 tracks simultaneously in VDAT, but sometimes crank on Cubase which needs the 8 drum tracks, and then record 4 more tracks live.
Recording over the quantized drum tracks takes away the robotic feel, but then I will record over if I make mistakes which inevitably will happen.
But it makes me a better player, and the days of having a fantastic drummer are slipping away more and more.
It seems like there are many Roland trigger drummers w/ massive expensive electronic kits 'round here, but sadly when they do a Tom roll, it sounds like somebody fell down the steps. And the guys with awesome chops have shitty kits, and drink way too much booze and require babysitting.
When I do run across a great drummer they are already in a good group, or feel as though they should be paid everytime they raise their foot to walk.. :roll:
VDAT and some choice drum & percussion kits do what I ask of them...

Now the F8 / DMC MX8 are re programmed to handle the SysEx and other Filtering chores, and Bidule's KS88 reset values are modified.
My sustain pedals are directly attached to the controllers, and 2 x Expression pedals + 6 pedal footswitches are all re assigned to the MIDISolution F8.......Happiness. :D

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 Post subject: Re: Live Hosting By Bidule For VSTi's & SCOPE SFP + Analog Synth
PostPosted: Wed Feb 18, 2009 11:05 pm 
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i've done 20 tracks into VDAT live.


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