Originally posted by cryophonik
I added a few new synths over the past few weeks, so I thought I'd show some of 'em off. The Voyager and Mopho are new and I also picked up a DSI Poly Evolver Rack and Waldorf MicroQ (not shown). I'm going to compare all of them over the next few weeks and decide which ones to keep and which ones to sell.
my favorite in the entire thread. everything just so close together, right infront of u! all at arms reach.
Originally posted by Raphie
room is not dead still 3 hard walls, ceiling and floor left :-)
Windows can open, but to be honest i prefer them closed
also there are basstraps in the windowseals
Since the room is a bit small 3.60 * 2.4m you need some treatment in order to work on an acceptable level.
I have a small room like yours and also had the older HR824s here at one point. The problem with foam is its uneven absorption of the sound, which will make everything more unbalanced when the entire side wall or most of the room is cover with it.
You should at least switch your monitors to +2db HF gain if you haven't done already, to offset some of the losses.
The Equalizer Womanizer
Registered: Sep 2003
Location: Boston, MA
Not quite what it once was, but I like it more this way. Everything is right in front of me.
Only major differences are I sold the Waldorf Blofeld. I really wasn't a fan of it only having a single stereo output and the three-knobby interface (with no software editor). And that I sold the Prophet 08 (the Poly Evolver's filters/envelops/analog OSCs are all practically identical to the prophet, so I didn't see a point in owning both).
On a side note, where is my Virus Ti? Look inside my PC case .... see the white glow??
Originally posted by mysticalninja
lol what??? you just use VC then? haha. wow. can you take some more pics, like of the analog outs and midi ports? what about the flashing access logo
All that plugs into the I/O is the USB and Power. Don't need anything else ... I get 3 stereo outs and a full 16 MIDI I/Os. Yeah, I just use the VC; I find it to be immensely more intuitive than the hardware interface.