I was curious about how you integrate the kaoss pads into your live rig. Like, do you have one dedicated audio track running into it, or do you have the ability somehow to selectively assign which track in ableton you have running into it?
I don't use them anymore because they're too heavy and bulky and a real drag to cart about the planet on aeroplanes, but when I did use them I had them connected to aux sends and returns on the analogue mixer I also used to cart about with me.
I could then just turn up the aux send for any channel I wanted to send to them.
They've been replaced by an iPad functioning as an OSC controller now.
So a little while ago you were with Twisted Records along side Hallucinogen, Yonger Brother, Shpongle and all the others. Was there a reason you started putting out records on your own lable or was it just for a new change?
Thanks again Ott.
Hi Ott. Really looking forward to your new work. It has been too long :). Just a couple of questions about your live setup. You said below that the guitar goes into the desk via Native instruments Guitar rig. Can you say a bit more about that? Do you plug the guitar into the soundcard with a DI box? and what settings are yo using in Guitar rig. You also mentioned that the vocals go into the mixer through a ton of FX. What are the effects you use to get it sounding so awesome. I gues you do a high cut eq and hard compressor to fine tuning eq. But then to what? Antares and a filter?? Phaser??? Its always interested to know these things.Ott responded on 02/26/2015