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 on: June 23, 2015, 13:48:10 
Started by 639 - Last post by 639
Garlic Crusher.

 on: June 23, 2015, 11:55:47 
Started by plodocus - Last post by Snoo
Personally I'd rather go for a decent midi controller and go the soft synth route. Esp in the ace free synth available. That said, lots of hardware synths double as a midi controller. Dependingepending on what kind of music you are planning to make may influence the type of synth you go for.
Check out the Arturia stuff though.

 on: June 23, 2015, 11:16:34 
Started by plodocus - Last post by Block Party
The Roland Aira System 1 seems to be popular and has the plug-out ability (at some small cost).

Go see Marco in Elevator Sound (rear of Idle Hands) to see what he has. He stocks Novation and Arturia and I think one of the synths has 100 off at present. He also has the Volca range and they are great little synths and cheap.

 on: June 23, 2015, 09:10:56 
Started by The Lady Nonny Wrongford - Last post by plodocus

 on: June 23, 2015, 08:42:55 
Started by plodocus - Last post by plodocus
After a 4-or-so year break I am slowly making my way back to music production. I told myself back then that I would stop making tunes in my spare time until I was doing something creative as my job. It was just taking up too much time, I was smoking too much weed, not getting anywhere with my life, feeling rather unfulfilled. Now I am a pot-free, married, busy freelance graphic designer, and I think that is mission accomplished. Naturally I have the urge to start tinkering with the beats again when I have the time.

I have been getting used to arranging in Live over the last few weeks, and I really like it.

I'd like to invest in a versatile, good quality synth. Ideally I want to spend under 400.

I have seen the Zebra soft synth, and that looks pretty awesome. I kind a feel like I want hardware though, and I have also been looking at the Roland JD-Xi (overview here). It is about 380 currently.

Does anyone have any soft or hard synth recommendations? Versatility is really the key for me because I am too casual with it to justify multiple purchases.


 on: June 22, 2015, 22:45:51 
Started by jonesmrjones - Last post by Hooty
What an awesome thread. Hijack really was ace, back in the day.

 on: June 22, 2015, 22:38:01 
Started by trewhella - Last post by Hooty
Nice one!

 on: June 22, 2015, 22:21:04 
Started by bazeboiee - Last post by bazeboiee
Hey guys,

My band Light Falls Forward released our latest EP today. You can find it at http://lightfallsforward.bandcamp.com.

This is our fourth EP and I'm feckin proud of it. It's got a real big orchestral sound and big angry guitars so there's something for everyone.

Except Dance Music enthusiasts. You guys luck out on this one. So for your edification how about a dance remix of one of our last songs by the amazing T-Toe!



 on: June 22, 2015, 14:58:32 
Started by trewhella - Last post by trewhella
w00p w00p to be sure to be sure my babber

To be sure. To be sure.

 on: June 22, 2015, 14:45:57 
Started by jonesmrjones - Last post by Evs
Ahhhh Timbalina

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