|Originally posted by palm |
looks awesome dirty! i just wonder why u need two viruseS? and how the hell did u make the clavia fit so well? its a mess size on it at my house3,7UNITs or something + cables makes it shit. how do u turn it of now? u dont have any problems with heating in that rack? btw with all that gear u gotta have a sounddiver for them all, care to share? or explain?
The reason for two viruses is: I was gonna sell one than the sale didn't go thru and I just never bothered later. I have my favorite soundsets loaded into the c, along with patches I created. I use the other Ti using the total integration option VST - but I still record the sound of the ti using the analog outputs. I route all my hardware synths thrue pheonix audio nicerizer 16.. Think of it as an analog mixer/solid state preamplification box giving a boost of up to 26 db + extra harmonic distortion along with some stereo widening effect (if needed). It's really useful for synthesizers that don't have a very loud analog outputs. The nord lead 3 only fits so nicely cause the virus ti is on top of it, and that way it's not in the way of NL3's cables. You can't put the NL3 as a top unit in the closed rack without living some space for the cables. I do not have a heating problem, since I have central air in the house. The big red switch in the second picture - top left corner is my main power switch. It turns on my NL3 and some other stuff. Everything alse has power switches up front - and I turn on what I use only. There are days when I just use virus ti and NL3 so the rest of the synths are off, unless I know I need some sounds from the rest so I turn on whatever I need. I have seperate editors for the synths, and for the lexicon effect box. So I can load soundsets/patches or save them using those programs. I do have sound driver also. But I don't use it as much.. I know my studio inside out, so whenever I try to do something there usually is no problem..