How in the name of Princess Anne did you get a dimension-d for 20 quid??!!??!!
A friend was selling his Doepfer modular synth while I was looking to expand mine, so I made him an offer and a deal was struck. Later that week I went to his house to collect it and, as I do, I asked him if he had any other old junk he didn't want anymore. I got some SKB rack cases for a tenner each and then he produced a Roland Dimension D and a Roland TR-909 from his attic.
He pointed at the Dimension D and shrugged. "£20?"
"Done!" I replied, trying not to jump up and down. I pointed at the 909.
"£1000?" he ventured.
"Damn." I thought. "He knows what it's worth."
it's a nice thing, as a collector's piece, but I don't have much use for 909 sounds and I already have a Novation Drumstation and more 909 samples than I'll ever need. I politely declined.
But my Dimension D is now one of my most prized possessions and I'll never part with it.
what is one thing that really helped you out with structuring and arranging the musicality of a track?Ott responded on 01/18/2017 Next question
I'm a big fan of yours and I've been pronouncing your name right ever since I started listening to your music. My name is something anglo and average yet people still mess it up! Sharing a name with scores of other people feels weird as you go through and meet each one. Growing up I always wished I had a name that no one else had. Guess I'm a bit envious of your name so please excuse that!
Anyways, I've spent a lot of my free time in different forrests here in the states. When I listen to your music indoors, it takes me back there. So I was wondering, what are some of your favorite places in the world, inside and outside?
Are there any places tucked away you've found that have amazing acoustics?