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Greetings from a heavy Deluger from Melbourne

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Ed55Ed55 MelbournePosts: 2

Hi. I have been using the Deluge for 6 months. It has figured heavily in 2 live shows and I am loving it. I have learned to overcome many performance obstacles so can answer questions.
I have posted two sets below, mostly sequenced on the Deluge.

https://soundcloud.com/ed-imrie/tago-mago-set-2-feb-2018

https://soundcloud.com/ed-imrie/their-own-devices-nov-17

Cheers, Ed

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    dsnbdsnb TwickenhamPosts: 4

    Thanks! Question: besides the Deluge, and assuming one wishes to say mobile, what tools (hardware or software) would you say are necessary to produce a full track? In other words, what's the minimum setup to tape you can think of?

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    Ed55Ed55 MelbournePosts: 2

    '> @dsnb said:

    Thanks! Question: besides the Deluge, and assuming one wishes to say mobile, what tools (hardware or software) would you say are necessary to produce a full track? In other words, what's the minimum setup to tape you can think of?'

    Hey there, please excuse the mega wait for your response. You will need whatever sound sources you need to make your music, a master clock for midi controlling your devices (could be a Deluge), and a mixer. The most critical part is your mixer because thats where your different live and/or sequenced parts come together. Effects and expression pedals etc are very useful too.

    Our live sets are recorded with a Zoom H4N and then dropped into protools to limit them (normalise without losing dynamics).

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    SpiderLabSpiderLab Byron BayPosts: 15

    Greetings from Mullumbimby :-) Your links are missing the : after https so don't work :-(

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