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About acidbasement

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  • Birthday 10/17/1978

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  • Biography
    I'm a dad, musician, biologist/geomaticist and cattle farmer. I have a day job too.
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    Erickson, Manitoba, Canada
  • Interests
    Crafting and enjoying music, wood heat.
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    Farmer, bureaucrat, musician.
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    Playing drums, sawing logs (literally), epilepsy.
  • Headphones
    HD600, Yamaha HP-2, and HP-3 isolation frankenorthos, Portapro, KSC75, sold DT990 (05)
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    Millett MAX, uDac 1.
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    Sony D-5A, Theta Cobalt 307 DAC, Rega P3 with Nagaoka MP-11 cart, Rega Fono, uDac
  • Other Audio Gear
    DW and Canwood drums, Stihl chainsaw, various cheap and middling microphones, Behringer Eurorack 2642, M-Audio Delta 1010.

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  1. acidbasement

    Music Making

    I was looking at that. Looks pretty cool! I'm definitely MPC-curious, and would have bought the Live if the Deluge didn't check more boxes for me. I suspect it will drive down the price on 2nd-hand MPC 1000s.
  2. acidbasement

    Music Making

    Very cool, Peter! I might not have a chance to listen until next Monday when I'm back in the office, but I'll give it my full attention then! Thanks for sharing.
  3. acidbasement

    Music Making

    Yeah, Behringer have really upped their game in a lot of ways since buying Midas. Most sound techs buying new gear these days seem to be going for the X line of digital mixers, for example. And the fact that they're squandering some of their massive wealth to produce analog synths and drum machines for a very niche market, just because their CEO loves them, is definitely something I can get behind.
  4. acidbasement

    Music Making

    Agreed, it looks awesome.
  5. acidbasement

    Music Making

    Jay Hosking's channel is really informative for that.
  6. acidbasement

    Music Making

    That's really awesome and generous. I think the Akai would work great together with my Deluge. PM inbound!
  7. acidbasement

    Music Making

    My gear-lust shortlist atm: - Akai Midimix or Novation Launch Control XL MK2 (gonna get it soon, will really open up the performance ability of the Deluge). - Some kind of pad controller, to trigger samples in the Deluge. - Arturia Drumbrute Impact. My long list is Elektron and Moog.
  8. acidbasement

    Music Making

    Love it. I don't need any more gear want one!
  9. acidbasement

    Music Making

    Is that a Digitakt or 'tone? I want to try them both. Also, you were quick to pick up that TD-3! Like it? I'm staying away from software - as soon as I get on a computer my internet addiction kicks in, and I can't be creative. That's why I got the Deluge - it's not limitless, but its limitations don't get in my way, unlike other grooveboxes I've tried.
  10. acidbasement

    Music Making

    For someone like him, who composes music, yeah. You can generate ideas so quickly.
  11. acidbasement

    Music Making

    It's ridiculously fun. Highly recommended.
  12. acidbasement

    Music Making

    I guess I'm gonna have to go back to relying on my looks to get gigs.
  13. acidbasement

    Music Making

    All the Samples From Mars are available for $39 right now. I just bought them. My Deluge plays multisamples, and I'd like to get another device that will do it too - I'll probably try out a Raspberry Pi for this at some point.
  14. acidbasement

    Happy Birthday Bryan!

    Did I wish you a happy birthday on FB? I can't remember. Happy belated!
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