What about eurorack/modular system? What are your thought about it? Future of music or just a trend? If i buy you all the best modules on the market would you make an album entirely with a modular system? is it an idea that could seduce you? Bye
I have a large Eurorack setup, mainly Doepfer A-100, and I have long had the wish to make an album with just it and maybe an analogue sequencer.
I don't think modular synths are the future of music or a trend - they're just another tool in the box. Some people are inspired by the methodology of building cause-and-effect machines with wires and voltages, and I definitely enjoyed being freed from the tyranny of the mouse and screen, but then I love to fire up a big digital polysynth [I LOVE my Roland System 8] and create clouds of evolving polyphonic atmosphere to go with the rubbery monophonic grumbling.
Ultimately I'll use whatever is lying about so if you want to buy me loads of esoteric Eurorack modules I'll definitely use them and I'll even put your name on my record sleeve as Executive Producer.
That's going to cost you a fucking lot of Eurorack modules, though, so this plan will only work if you're rich.
How do you build yours chords progressions? have you got some plugins that help you ? Thanks you .Ott responded on 10/03/2018 Next question
Good evening, sir!
A month ago I went to a store to get the hs5's and I tested them side by side with the 7's. Both sounded great, detailed and fast responding, but I loved the 7's more, not because of the extended range, but mainly because the vocals sounded flatter than the 5's which have a dip around the 4khz. I kept them for about 10 days and returned them just to get the 5's and the only reason for this is that you approve them as a descent pair of monitors! (I do trust my ears, but I trust yours even more, and if that's a speaker you could comfortably mix on, then that's the one I'd get as well :-) )
Now, I know you haven't heard the 7's but I remember you preferring the 5's a bit more over the 50's. Though both of them hype the 800 - 1100hz, the 50's don't adopt the 4k dip, which makes them flatter. So what is the reason for which you prefer the 5's more than the 50's. Is it because it sounds even less fatiguing, or is it something regarding the transient response?