u-He Bazille

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Re: u-He Bazille

Post by hoffman2k » Mon Aug 17, 2009 9:26 am

Urs wrote:
porfiry wrote:I don't think Runciter is going to get quite as much use now that I bought a Sherman. :)
I'll be working on that!
You mean you'll work on Runciter or you'll work on getting us some Sherman madness?
Been trying to buy a set of shermans that is sitting in somebody's studio going to no use, but he won't budge.
Although he hasn't used them filterbanks in years, he knows he'll need them on a record some day.

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Re: u-He Bazille

Post by djsynchro » Mon Aug 17, 2009 9:42 am

slap him with a heavy object like the live 8 manual

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Re: u-He Bazille

Post by Urs » Mon Aug 17, 2009 9:43 am

hoffman2k wrote:You mean you'll work on Runciter or you'll work on getting us some Sherman madness?
I'll be working on Runciter in terms of sonic options and in terms of modulations. Which might become attractive for people who have otherwise uses for Sherman.

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Re: u-He Bazille

Post by hoffman2k » Mon Aug 17, 2009 9:45 am

djsynchro wrote:slap him with a heavy object like the live 8 manual
If you're going to war with manuals, I suggest using one of the Logic Pro manuals. Beats Kevlar..

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Re: u-He Bazille

Post by hoffman2k » Mon Aug 17, 2009 9:46 am

Urs wrote:
hoffman2k wrote:You mean you'll work on Runciter or you'll work on getting us some Sherman madness?
I'll be working on Runciter in terms of sonic options and in terms of modulations. Which might become attractive for people who have otherwise uses for Sherman.
Cool. If you can make it sound every bit as mental, we might have a winner.
I call shotgun on the alpha :D

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Re: u-He Bazille

Post by porfiry » Mon Aug 17, 2009 3:11 pm

No doubt, I'm all over it if you can bring all that insanity into the box, Urs. I am in total lust with my new festival of knobs, lemme tell you. Runciter has been an exceptionally good substitute as I've waited to Sherm, even in its current form.

BTW, hoffman2k, Nova Musik has an open-box double rackmount Sherman that's been sitting on their site for a couple hundred off ($1399) for a couple months now. If I'd had the dough, I would have gone that route.

http://www.novamusik.com/search.aspx?ty ... =49&mid=49

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Re: u-He Bazille

Post by porfiry » Mon Aug 17, 2009 3:20 pm

Ohp, didn't see you're in Belgium. You can go right to the source! :)

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Re: u-He Bazille

Post by hoffman2k » Mon Aug 17, 2009 3:28 pm

porfiry wrote:Ohp, didn't see you're in Belgium. You can go right to the source! :)
I should try the new ones. Been trying to get the V1 I messed with, but I see a lot of stuff got added since.
Still, they aren't cheap here either. Not for this year.

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Re: u-He Bazille

Post by porfiry » Mon Aug 17, 2009 6:36 pm

I think the V2 is a lot more desirable, although someday that might not be the case, when they slide into collectability. Right now, it doesn't seem like people can hardly give away the V1s. Everyone wants that limit switch and stuff. :)

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Re: u-He Bazille

Post by Grappadura » Thu Aug 20, 2009 1:33 am

deva wrote:oh and post audio examples! would love to hear what people are doing with this beast (besides bringing their cpu's to their knees)
In this track I used the "startled to death"-preset:

http://soundcloud.com/grappadura/brazille

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Re: u-He Bazille

Post by heavensdaw » Thu Aug 20, 2009 2:23 am

Grappadura wrote: In this track I used the "startled to death"-preset:

http://soundcloud.com/grappadura/brazille
Nice track! 8)

Hd

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Re: u-He Bazille

Post by Grappadura » Thu Aug 20, 2009 8:03 am

thx :)

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Re: u-He Bazille

Post by SubFunk » Thu Aug 20, 2009 9:12 am

i left a few commends on the track...

the skeleton is very cool...
*** Image GAFM ***

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Re: u-He Bazille

Post by Grappadura » Thu Aug 20, 2009 9:18 am

re-upped it now with better levelling :)

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