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Elektrobahn...gear p**n

Post by lazerface » Thu Jul 28, 2011 4:29 pm

http://www.elektrobahn.com/

sweet merciful jesus..

thought yall might be interested in these guys..
check their website for tunes and deets on the set-up

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Post by cartesia » Thu Jul 28, 2011 6:44 pm

pretty epic stand/setup.. I think I'd switch the oldschool analogs for newschool analogs though but that does look like heaps of fun! Pain to setup/pulldown though!

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Post by TrondC » Thu Jul 28, 2011 7:21 pm

cartesia wrote:pretty epic stand/setup.. I think I'd switch the oldschool analogs for newschool analogs though but that does look like heaps of fun! Pain to setup/pulldown though!
I guess that's the whole point, it's all pre-wired, just connect to a power source and to the PA and go? I know that's been a dream for me for a while :)

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Post by nogginj » Thu Jul 28, 2011 8:19 pm

so who's gonna id it all?
very cool pic.

edit: from website:
gear used: tr606, tr808, tr727, memorymoog+, korg ms10, korg sq10, moogerfoogers, distortion, ensoniq dp/4, sequential pro ones, akai s612 x2, akai ax60, tascam quad tape, sine generators, crumar spirit, octave cat, arp axxe, oberheim ob-x, tape echos, servodrive BASStech 7 x6, copious amounts deoxit..various modules and other sauce pans...
I don't see all that, so an id of the pic would still be cool.

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Post by b3groover » Thu Jul 28, 2011 9:13 pm

Looks like a Teac 3440s four track reel to reel. I have one. Cool machine.

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Post by SKINNYPIG » Thu Jul 28, 2011 9:42 pm

I like that it has wheels!
more gear should have wheels!

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Post by koneyn » Thu Jul 28, 2011 10:38 pm

Too bad the music isn't nearly as inspirational as the pictures (

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Post by cartesia » Fri Jul 29, 2011 1:51 am

TrondC wrote:
cartesia wrote:pretty epic stand/setup.. I think I'd switch the oldschool analogs for newschool analogs though but that does look like heaps of fun! Pain to setup/pulldown though!
I guess that's the whole point, it's all pre-wired, just connect to a power source and to the PA and go? I know that's been a dream for me for a while :)
Does it fold up or something?
I would be paranoid about transporting that all setupl

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Re: Elektrobahn...gear p**n

Post by lazerface » Fri Jul 29, 2011 2:03 am

TrondC wrote:
cartesia wrote:pretty epic stand/setup.. I think I'd switch the oldschool analogs for newschool analogs though but that does look like heaps of fun! Pain to setup/pulldown though!
I guess that's the whole point, it's all pre-wired, just connect to a power source and to the PA and go? I know that's been a dream for me for a while :)
I recently built a box containing an ms2000, Future Retro Revo, kaoss pad, moogerfooger, EHX ring thing, strymon tape delay pedal and a mixer. All wired up, just gotta plug the powerboard in and and everything's ready to go!
This is taking it to a new freakin level though!

Re: the youtube link..I actually really like the tune.

They did some kind of experiment with a radiation meter controlling a cv output that I thought was quite snazzy too.

I have no idea how they would cart that around, would have to get a truck assuming they dont pull it apart..

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