Hey man, let me first express my appreciation for your work; I appreciate your work!
Jokes aside, i really do, I find inspiration in it, I just totally downright love it...
I just moved from Finland to the UK, or more eraborately; Bristol, in order to further my education within music production...
Now my question to you is as follows, would you be up for/able to let a human person, why not me, pay you a visit sometime, see how you work about in your studio for a day, and maybe learn a thing or two throughout the process.
Would be totally awesome, but I do understand if you wish for me to just keep it as my personal wet dream, however, I wish you all the best, and I can't wait to see you a tribe of frog in a couple of weeks!
(ps. I make great coffee!)
Thing is, I'm a weird friendless loner when I work. It's the only way i can do it. The thought of being watched and scrutinised while I work would be enough to make the music dry up and me lose interest.
I don't even want my family around while I work and I'm happy to sit naked in front of them.
See you at ToF.
Always loved your music since the start!
Please inform if any uk dates on the horizon - thanks
Greetings Mr. Ott
I recently took purchase of a beautiful Soundtracs Topaz, I'm really enjoying dialling in patches and sounds on my analog synths and getting all the fx sitting together live through the desk with no digital conversion.
I'm currently wiring up the FF800 outs to the tape in's on Topaz, so, I'm tracking my synths and stuff via the desk, even with some effects, printing via tape outs to AD/DA in. Then come mix down I return via the AD/DA to the Topaz tape in's. Then mix down on the desk with outboard etc and finally print the master to the DAW.
I'm curious about your method of working as my set up is similar to yours, I like to use ITB effects and editing plus soft synths and stuff, but also spend time working on synth and effects patches live in the analog domain. Am I going in and out of the converters to many times with my set up? Does it even matter? Which way do you tend to do things?
Many thanks and thanks for all the fish