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Re: Your lifelong equipment list

Post by griffin avid » Tue Oct 25, 2016 11:45 am

These lists have me Googling. Everyone has 1 thing I have never heard of before.
Some interesting pieces on these lists.

Makes me want to follow up with 'What made you get that?'

Had to look this up. lol
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http://www.polynominal.com/eko-rhythmaker/

Italian preset drum machine from late seventies.
This model features many preset patterns but an unsusual mixer for some funny real-time jam sessions.
VOICE main board generates 7 percussive instruments, no way to edit them but the sustain parameter which change the bassdrum decay.
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Re: Your lifelong equipment list

Post by ppg_wavecomputer » Tue Oct 25, 2016 11:48 am

griffin avid wrote:These lists have me Googling. Everyone has 1 thing I have never heard of before.
Some interesting pieces on these lists.

Makes me want to follow up with 'What made you get that?'

Had to look this up. lol
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http://www.polynominal.com/eko-rhythmaker/

Italian preset drum machine from late seventies.
This model features many preset patterns but an unsusual mixer for some funny real-time jam sessions.
VOICE main board generates 7 percussive instruments, no way to edit them but the sustain parameter which change the bassdrum decay.
It was used by OMD on their "Architecture and Morality" album. Most famous use: "Maid of Orleans".

Still quite cheesy, though.

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Re: Your lifelong equipment list

Post by griffin avid » Tue Oct 25, 2016 11:58 am

Red Sound eleVAta

Had to see just on the name alone.
http://www.sonicstate.com/synth/redsound_elevata/
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This is a real analogue emulator. Does not sound at all like a Nova, Virus, or JP8000, but those are virtual analogues that are voiced to sound similar to rompler workstations ('cause that's what people are used to). This sounds like analogue- raw. It has no effects save a crappy global chorus/flanger (just like the real thing). The presets suck (just like the real thing). The interface RULES (just like the real thing). The tiltable front panel is awesome, the knobs are waldorf-style continious controllers, the multi mode is as easy to get to as the single patch mode, the LED interface is visible across the room, etc. If you have any analogue experience you'll be flying in no time and programming your own patches. There are too many nice little things in the OS and engine to mention. This thing is for people who still know what real analogue was/is like, and want that, with modern midi control (all knobs send/receive) and the conveniences of 8-part multi for patch layering and live control, multiple assignable outs, and so on. It's not indistinguishable from what it emulates but it's close enough that no one but a true synth geek will know (and they don't dance, so screw 'em). This shouldn't be your only synth (it's not the thing for any post-1983 sound, it doesn't even do oscillator cross-mod, how's that for retro?) but it's gonna be my secret weapon for sure.
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@ppg_wavecomputer: I fainted after reading your list, but I see that it's effects to support guitar?
But I don't see guitars listed....hmmm.....you're running synths through those pedals?
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Re: Your lifelong equipment list

Post by pflosi » Tue Oct 25, 2016 12:20 pm

ppg_wavecomputer wrote:That's the stuff I've sold:

Roland RE-201 Space Echo (x4)
AKG BX-15 Spring Reverb
Schulte Compact Phasing "A" (ten or twelve of them)
TC 1210 Chorus/Flanger (x2)
MXR Pitch Transposer (black-face)
Dynacord TAM-19 Flanger (x3)
:shock: Why???

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Re: Your lifelong equipment list

Post by ppg_wavecomputer » Tue Oct 25, 2016 2:52 pm

griffin avid wrote:[...] @ppg_wavecomputer: I fainted after reading your list, but I see that it's effects to support guitar?
But I don't see guitars listed....hmmm.....you're running synths through those pedals?
The Electro Harmonix boxes are quite usable on synthesisers as well -- the only box I have always found utterly useless on synths is the EMS Synthi Hi-Fli. This one is a real guitarist's tool as its response is based on how you would play a guitar (strum/pick etc.).

The other bits got sold because I wasn't overly impressed with their sound. Many of them started breaking as well so I had to let them go...
pflosi wrote:
ppg_wavecomputer wrote:That's the stuff I've sold:

Roland RE-201 Space Echo (x4)
AKG BX-15 Spring Reverb
Schulte Compact Phasing "A" (ten or twelve of them)
TC 1210 Chorus/Flanger (x2)
MXR Pitch Transposer (black-face)
Dynacord TAM-19 Flanger (x3)
:shock: Why???
Because, first and foremost, I'm not rich nor have a rich dad to buy me all these nice toys. If I want to buy something new, I usually have to let go of something old in order to raise funds. Sometimes, these instruments also had to be sold because they were representing a couple of months' worth of rent... dire straits they call it.

RE-201: Nice, but I've always liked the 301 better. Selling my second 301 still hurts today.
BX-15: I was broke, and I needed the money. It still hurts badly.
Compact Phasings: I kept the best-sounding of the bunch, and at some point I had grown a little tired of it. Unfortunately, I sold #63, one of the earliest hand-made examples I had between 1993 and 1999.
TC 1210: I love the Roland SDD-320, and the 1210 could never ever even get close to it. In fact, I believe it to be hopelessly overrated. Years later, I bought a second one cheap and thought I might warm up to it but I didn't... couldn't indulge myself the luxury of owning two SDD-320 at a time either, so I had to let go of one of them as well.
MXR Pitch Transposer: Kept going bad on me, I kept my blue-face model instead (which is now starting to go bad as well...).
Dynacord TAM-19: Kept the best-sounding of all three, traded in the others.

After all, it's only earthly possessions. No removal truck will ever trail a hearse.

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Re: Your lifelong equipment list

Post by pflosi » Tue Oct 25, 2016 3:14 pm

Right, fair enough. I see the point about trying various individuals and keeping only the best sounding one of them... That was not obvious from your post, but I guess I should have known ;)

Very good to hear about the 1210 though, that killed off some of my GAS for it :thumbleft: What's the problem w/ your MXR 129? Mine (blue-faced as well) is still going strong...

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Re: Your lifelong equipment list

Post by ppg_wavecomputer » Tue Oct 25, 2016 10:49 pm

pflosi wrote: [...] What's the problem w/ your MXR 129? Mine (blue-faced as well) is still going strong...

Cheers
First, it was only a cold solder joint in the mains switch which produced some erratic behaviour when powering up. My tech resoldered the switch and it worked well for some time, now it's producing some crackling noises every now and then, with the effect signal disappearing completely, just to return when it feels so inclined.

I should open it up and reseat every connector and every IC socket.

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Re: Your lifelong equipment list

Post by krzeppa » Wed Oct 26, 2016 4:53 am

My list isn't as impressive as others, but here it goes:

Novation Supernova II Pro X
Novation K Station
Novation Xiosynth
Novation Curcuit
Novation Bass Station

Waldorf Microwave XT
Waldorf Micro Q

Access Virus TI2
Access Virrus Indogo (B Series)

Dave Smith Mopho (module)
Dave Smith Mopho SE
Dave Smith Tetra

Ensoniq ESQ-1

Nord Lead 2

Roland Fantom FA-76
Roland Juno Di

Alesis Micron

Arturia Spark

I think that is everything, but. Feel like I'm missing something.

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Re: Your lifelong equipment list

Post by plikestechno » Wed Oct 26, 2016 4:11 pm

Kind of funny, kind of depressing, here is the stuff I've had and SOLD over the years. There has also been a lot of outboard and pedals as well.

Most of my current synths are in my signature and then I have a lot of modular, outboard and pedals.

The things with an asterisk are things I regret selling and would buy back for the price I paid for them but not the prices now. Everything else I dont miss but it was nice to try.

I wasnt very good at saving back then and the throes of modular lust consumed me about 5-7 years ago when used modular was much harder to find than used vintage. Now its the reverse.

Korg Poly 800, Korg EX800
Korg M1R x 2
Korg DSM-1
Access Virus TI Snow x 2
EMU Proteus 2000 with cards
EMU PK-6
EMU Ultra Proteus
Solina B417 Organ
* Waldorf Q rack
Waldorf Pulse
Waldorf Micro Q and Micro Q keyboard
Crumar Multiman S2
Yamaha TQ5
Yamaha DX7IIFD
Yamaha MR10 x 2
Yamaha CS-01 mk 2
Yamaha TX81Z x 2
Jomox MBrane x 2
Jomox TResonator x 2
Behringer VVerb Pro
Boss DR-110 x 2
Boss PC-2
Boss DR-55 x 3
Moog Source
* Yamaha SY-1
Waldorf Microwave XT x 2
Akai XR10
Sequential Prophet T8
Roland JX10
* Roland MKS-70 x 2
* Roland SH-7
Roland SH-101 x 3
Roland MC-202 x 3
Roland SH-09
Roland RS-09
Roland EM-101
Roland RE-301
* Roland TR-808 x 2
Roland TR-707 x 2
Roland TR-8
EML 100
* Linn Drum LM-2
regular Xoxbox
30U of Eurorack
Kyma Capybara x 2
Elektron Machinedrum x 2
Akai S5000 x 2, S6000, Akai S01
* Electro Harmonix DRM32 x 2, DRM15 x 1
Creamware Scope system
Dave Smith Evolver x 3
Dave Smith Poly Evolver
Gotharman DeMoon
Bugbrand Weevils
Casio CZ-101 x 3
Casio CZ-1
Casio CZ-5000
Oberheim OBX (bought it broken, sold it in same condition)
ARP Axxe Black and Gold
Novation Drumstation V2
Frostwave Fat Controller
Tama DS200
Korg Oasys PCI
Moog Voyager RME
Roland VP9000
Roland Alpha Juno 1
Cheetah MS6
Synare 3
Synare PS1
Korg MS04
Yamaha AN200
* Soundmaster ST-305 (broke it by accident and sold for parts, otherwise would have kept it)
Tama TS-305, TS-306
Roland R8M and cards
Pearl DrumX x 2
MAM ADX1
Sequential Drumtraks
Yamaha EX5R
Nord Modular G1
Tama DS200
ELI CompuRhythm 7030
Studio Electronics ATC-1
* Unique Bit01 rack
EMU Drumulator
Novation A-Station
Roland TR33
Kawai R100
Blippoo Box
Signal Arts Tetra Maps
Oberheim DMX
a brief dabble with Buchla 200 replicas and E series.
Teenage Engineering OP-1 and OP-Lab
SP-404 and 404-SX
EMU XL7
Roland RD700
Yamaha TX802
Serge/Modcan A/MOTM/Frac/Phenol/Andromeda/Jupiter6Europa/OctaveCatSRM/ARPSolina/ARPPro Soloist/Pro2/Korg770/Juno60/Lambda/Anamono/Little Deformer/Integra7/Microwave1&2/Syncussion/FS1R/Microkorg/Xoxio/VL1M/JD990/MKS50/TX816/DSS1/KARP/TG33/OCoast/SC40

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Re: Your lifelong equipment list

Post by cl516 » Thu Oct 27, 2016 1:51 am

geez louise this stuff makes me sad at least twice a week, sometimes in the middle of the night.
and now we have a thread of this !? soo soo sad. (me, not this thread.)

In order of appearance. Almost all are gone.
Some Radioshack Concertmate, Alesis QSR, Korg MS-2000, Roland HPD-15, Access Virus C, Technosaurus Microcon II, Vermona Perfourmer Mk1, Nord Rack 2x, Roland XV-5050, Alesis Andromeda A6, Jomox Xbase09, Macbeth Moroco, Sherman Filterbank 2, Korg ER-1, Elektron Machinedrum (Mk1, no drive, first version), Studio Electronics SE-1X, Roland RE-201, Roland RE-301, Moog MF104SD, Roland Jupiter 4, Farfisa Fast 2, Future Retro Revolution, Korg VC-10, Akai Mpc1000 with JJOS2XL, Moog Voyager RME with VX352, Moog CP-251, Roland RS-09, Oberheim DX, Moog Little Phatty #666, Roland SH-2, Korg Mono/Poly, Roland Juno-6, Roland Alpha Juno 1, Roland Mks-70 with programmer, Moog Voyager Maple Edition, Nord Electro 3, Nord Stage 76, Elektron Monomachine 1st version, Arturia Origin Desktop, Frostwave Resonator, Linndrum, Lell UDS, Nord Modular G2 Rack, Waldorf Blofeld, Access Virus TI2 Polar, Roland TR-909, Roland TR-808, Roland Dimension D, Korg Trident, Moog Source, Moog Prodigy, Studio Electronics Omega-8 with discrete output mod, OTO Biscuit, Vermona Perfourmer Mk1 Color Knobs, Analogue Solutions Tereshkova, Teenage Engineering OP-1, Dave Smith Mophox4, Electro-Harmonix V256 Vocoder, Elektron Octatrack, Novation MiniNova, Moog Subphatty, Oberheim SEM Pro, Dave Smith Prophet-12 Desktop, Korg MS-20 Mini, Roland System-1, Roland JP-08, Roland TB-3, Roland JX-03, Roland JU-06, Roland TR-8, Korg Arp Odyssey, Elektron Analog Rytm, Moog Minitaur, Korg Minilogue.
gonna hide in a corner and cry now, bye.

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Re: Your lifelong equipment list

Post by natrixgli » Thu Oct 27, 2016 4:22 am

The ones I still have are Maschine, Octatrack, Tempest, Analog Four, OP-1, Reface CS, and the Pocket Operators. I'd probably trade or sell any of them at any given moment, except the Octatrack.

Wouldn't mind owning another Blofeld, and perhaps another Monomachine. Those synths are amazing, but easily taken for granted because you can't use them in everything.

Access Virus TI (x1)
Access Virus TI2 Polar (x1)
Akai AX-80 (x1)
Akai MPC 1000 (x1)
Akai MPC 5000 (x1)
Akai Rhythm Wolf (x1)
Alesis ION (x1)
Alesis Micron (x1)
Arp Odyssey (x2)
Arturia Microbrute (x2)
Arturia Minilab (x1)
Arturia SparkLE (x1)
Clavia Nord Micromodular (x1)
Dave Smith Instruments Evolver Desktop (x2)
Dave Smith Instruments Mopho Desktop (x1)
Dave Smith Instruments Mopho Keyboard (x1)
Dave Smith Instruments Pro 2 (x2)
Dave Smith Instruments Tempest (x1)
Dave Smith Instruments Tetra (x1)
Elektron Analog Four (x3)
Elektron Analog Keys (x2)
Elektron Analog Rytm (x3)
Elektron Machinedrum (x2)
Elektron Monomachine (x3)
Elektron Octatrack (x3)
Farfisa Compact Deluxe (x2)
Korg Electribe 2 (x2)
Korg Electribe EA-1 (x2)
Korg Electribe EMX-1 (x2)
Korg Electribe ER-1 (x2)
Korg Electribe ES-1 (x1)
Korg Electribe ESX-1 (x2)
Korg Microkorg (x1)
Korg Minlogue (x1)
Korg Mono/Poly (x1)
Korg Monotribe (x2)
Korg MS-10 (x1)
Korg MS-2000 (x3)
Korg Polysix (x1)
Korg R3 (x1)
Korg Radias (x1)
Korg Volca Bass (x1)
Korg Volca Beats (x2)
Korg Volca Keys (x1)
Kurzweil K-2000 (x1)
MFB Synth (x1)
MFB Synth Lite (x2)
Moog Prodigy (x2)
Moog Sub 37 (x1)
Moog Sub Phatty (x1)
Moog The Rogue (x1)
Native Instruments Maschine Mk2 (x3)
Nord Lead A1 (x1)
Novation Bass Station (x1)
Novation Circuit (x2)
Novation K-Station (x1)
Novation KS4 (x1)
Novation Ultranova (x1)
Novation XioSynth 25 (x1)
Oberheim OB12 (x1)
Quasimidi Rave-o-lution 309 (x1)
Quasimidi Sirius (x2)
Redsound Darkstar (x2)
Redsound Elevata (x1)
Roland Aira TR-8 (x1)
Roland Gaia SH-01 (x1)
Roland JP-08 (x1)
Roland JP-8000 (x2)
Roland Juno 6 (x1)
Roland Juno 60 (x1)
Roland MC-303 Groovebox (x1)
Roland SH-101 (x1)
Roland SH-32 (x2)
Roland SP-202 (x1)
Sequential Circuits Pro-One (x1)
Sequential Circuits Prophet 600 (x1)
Studiologic Sledge (x1)
Teenage Engineering OP-1 (x4)
Teenage Engineering PO-12 Rhythm (x1)
Teenage Engineering PO-14 Sub (x1)
Teenage Engineering PO-16 Factory (x1)
Teenage Engineering PO-20 Arcade (x1)
Waldorf Blofeld (x4)
Yamaha AN-200 (x1)
Yamaha CS-15 (x1)
Yamaha DX-200 (x1)
Yamaha DX-9 (x1)
Yamaha Reface CS (x1)

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Re: Your lifelong equipment list

Post by abruzzi » Thu Oct 27, 2016 4:33 am

plikestechno wrote: Korg DSM-1
I completely forgot that I had one of these years ago. I never got sampling properly situated in my process back then, so it was happily sold. Now that I'm getting into sampling, I'd love to have one again, just to see what I could make with it, but their prices have gone way up.

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Re: Your lifelong equipment list

Post by Walter Ego » Thu Oct 27, 2016 4:32 pm

(Most current gear is listed on my sig)

Got my first synth in 2000:

Korg Poly-800

Didn't get my next piece of hardware until 12 years later. In the meantime, I used FruityLoops and Reaktor. The following list is what I have acquired in the last 4 years. I hope my GAS is not terminal.

Korg Monotron Duo (x2)
Korg Monotron Delay
Korg MicroKorg (x1.5)
Korg MS-2000r
Korg SB-100 (sold)
Korg MS-20m
Korg EA-1 mkI
Korg Volca Bass
Korg Volca Keys
Roland Jupiter 6 (sold)
Roland Juno 60
Roland RS-09
Roland XP-60 (flipped)
Sequential Prophet T-8 (flipped)
Casio CZ-5000
Casio CZ-1000 (sold)
Casio CZ-101 (x2)
Casio CZ-230s (traded)
Ensoniq ESQ-1 (sold 2, have 1)
Akai AX-73 (sold)
Akai AX-80
Yamaha DX-7 (sold)
Yamaha DX-7 IID
Yamaha DX-21 (sold)
DK Synergy II (sold)
Technics WSA-1 (sold)
Arturia MicroBrute
Waldorf Streichfett
Novation Bass Station II

Korg ER-1 mkII
Korg Volca Beats (1 modded, 1 standard)
Boss DR-110 (sold 1, kept 1)
Boss DR-220A
Sequential DrumTraks
Yamaha RX-5
Casio RZ-1
Akai XR-10
Alesis HR-16B
Wurlitzer Swingin' Rhythm

Korg ES-1 mkI
Korg ES-1 mkII
Ensoniq ASR-X

Yamaha QX-21
Roland MSQ-700
Korg SQ-1
Arturia BeatStep (traded)
Casio TB-1

Yamaha DJX
Yamaha DJX II (sold)
Yamaha PSR-36
Casio CT-410V (sold 1, have 1)
Casio MT-68
Casio SK-1
Casio SK-5
Casio Rapman
Casio VL-1 (x2)

ProCo Rat
EHX Octave Multiplexer
Boss RE-20
Boss CE chorus
Ibanez c**p phaser
TC Electronic Flashback

Yorkville KB amp
Roland Cube 60 KB (x2)
Mackie 1604VLZsomething
Mackie 1202something
EAW PM-315 speakers
Yamaha EMX 840ST powered mixer
TASCAM DP-02 recorder
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Re: Your lifelong equipment list

Post by minime123 » Thu Oct 27, 2016 5:22 pm

it would be much, much easier to make a list of the ones i havent owned.
who wants to sell us their full system 700? ;)
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Re: Your lifelong equipment list

Post by cornutt » Fri Oct 28, 2016 6:31 pm

I'm amazed at the trading some of you guys have done. I'll bet you get to try out some amazing synths that way. I have a hard time letting go of stuff that I like, so I usually wind up keeping it until it dies. The only things I've sold were some rack effects and a few MOTM and Dotcom modules.
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