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Re: DSI MoPho

Post by Cam VanDerHorst » Tue Dec 23, 2008 7:49 pm

Looks like a good, inexpensive string machine to complement the Moog, no? =P~
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Re: DSI MoPho

Post by DocT » Wed Dec 31, 2008 1:23 am

The last MoPho noises for this year.
From me, that is.

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Re: DSI MoPho

Post by sacredcow » Wed Dec 31, 2008 6:47 pm

One should be coming by FedEx today. If it doesn't, I'm killing all of Fred Smith's children.
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Re: DSI MoPho

Post by jayman » Thu Jan 01, 2009 6:20 pm

sacredcow wrote:One should be coming by FedEx today. If it doesn't, I'm killing all of Fred Smith's children.
i love the mc5, not sure why you'd kill fred smiths kids though..
i totally dig how our ears can hear all this s**t and and we don't even do like half of it with normal instruments, and then all we gotta do is hook a speaker up to some circuits and move those circuits around and we can push our hearing to it's limits

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Re: DSI MoPho

Post by sacredcow » Thu Jan 01, 2009 6:31 pm

jayman wrote:
sacredcow wrote:One should be coming by FedEx today. If it doesn't, I'm killing all of Fred Smith's children.
i love the mc5, not sure why you'd kill fred smiths kids though..
Out of uncontrollable rage and unrequited GAS. As Memphis is a FedEx hub, we are usually spoiled with prompt deliveries. I ordered it from sweetwater on sunday with two day shipping, but alas it is still not here
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Re: DSI MoPho

Post by jayman » Thu Jan 01, 2009 7:21 pm

sacredcow wrote:
jayman wrote:
sacredcow wrote:One should be coming by FedEx today. If it doesn't, I'm killing all of Fred Smith's children.
i love the mc5, not sure why you'd kill fred smiths kids though..
Out of uncontrollable rage and unrequited GAS. As Memphis is a FedEx hub, we are usually spoiled with prompt deliveries. I ordered it from sweetwater on sunday with two day shipping, but alas it is still not here
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but fred (sonic) smith had nothing to do with it. all he ever did was play kick a*s guitar.. DAVE smith on the other hand ...
i totally dig how our ears can hear all this s**t and and we don't even do like half of it with normal instruments, and then all we gotta do is hook a speaker up to some circuits and move those circuits around and we can push our hearing to it's limits

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Post by MrFrodo » Thu Jan 01, 2009 9:03 pm

jayman wrote: but fred (sonic) smith had nothing to do with it. all he ever did was play kick a*s guitar.. DAVE smith on the other hand ...
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Post by sacredcow » Thu Jan 01, 2009 9:37 pm

jayman wrote: but fred (sonic) smith had nothing to do with it. all he ever did was play kick a*s guitar.. DAVE smith on the other hand ...
I'm talking about Fred Smith the founder of FedEx, man. Not a guitar player.
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Post by jayman » Thu Jan 01, 2009 9:56 pm

sacredcow wrote:
jayman wrote: but fred (sonic) smith had nothing to do with it. all he ever did was play kick a*s guitar.. DAVE smith on the other hand ...
I'm talking about Fred Smith the founder of FedEx, man. Not a guitar player.
ooooohhhh! duuuhhrrr.. i just went to guitar center and bought one, it was the only one they ever had.. i wrote a thank you note to dave smith and he replied! trust me.. you're gonna be stoked when you get it,
i totally dig how our ears can hear all this s**t and and we don't even do like half of it with normal instruments, and then all we gotta do is hook a speaker up to some circuits and move those circuits around and we can push our hearing to it's limits

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Re: DSI MoPho

Post by griffin avid » Fri Jan 02, 2009 2:04 am

Fed Ex Tracking ...
I just did a whole song with just the MOPHO. Plus I'm putting together a drum kit package with sounds all generated from the Mopho. It's the incredible little Mustard Box.
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Post by MrFrodo » Fri Jan 02, 2009 5:40 am

griffin avid wrote:Fed Ex Tracking ...
I just did a whole song with just the MOPHO. Plus I'm putting together a drum kit package with sounds all generated from the Mopho. It's the incredible little Mustard Box.
That sounds like some of the programmed sounds made by the SID in the C64 (not necessarily the SID Station). Is it actually possible to make drum kits in a monosynth?
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Re: DSI MoPho

Post by griffin avid » Fri Jan 02, 2009 6:00 am

I guess I should have said Drum Sounds. I make 1 hit at a time and record it, assemble the various one-shots to make drum kits.
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Re: DSI MoPho

Post by redchapterjubilee » Fri Jan 02, 2009 2:35 pm

You should make those samples available for download. I get a lot of mileage out of Stefan Trippler's Evolver drum samples. Or I could program my own. I just bought a Mopho and should get it sometime next week.
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Post by griffin avid » Fri Jan 02, 2009 3:15 pm

I will. I need about a week before I do.
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Re: DSI MoPho

Post by jayman » Wed Jan 14, 2009 3:16 am

PUSH IT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
i totally dig how our ears can hear all this s**t and and we don't even do like half of it with normal instruments, and then all we gotta do is hook a speaker up to some circuits and move those circuits around and we can push our hearing to it's limits

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