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EricK
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Tell us about your rig

Post by EricK » Sun Jan 29, 2006 10:44 pm

This is my first post and I wanted to describe my rig.

Im playing a Fender Rhodes 73 suitcase with a MicroMoog and an 1130 drum controller on top, a standard etherwave theremin and a roland rd-500.
Plan on having the voyager in 2 months!

WHat are you jammin on?
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Post by MarkM » Mon Jan 30, 2006 1:12 am

When performing live I've been using:
Voyager with 104Z, VX351 and CP251
Waldorf Q
Alesis Ion
Laptop with Reaktor, Absynth, Moog Modular V2
All running through Mackie 1402 with Lexicon MPX550 and Line 6 EchoPro

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my Rig

Post by killmesara » Mon Jan 30, 2006 1:17 am

I play a micromoog for bass drones and guitar filtering. A Fender 62 telecaster, with Big Muff, dod digital delay, dod chorus, dod buzz box, and dod supra distortion, all through the moog. alongside all of that i use any cheap radioshack / casio keyboard as a controler for my roland mc-505 and roland mc 307 groove boxes. and a roland sp 303 dr sample, everything is then run into an alesis multi mix 6 mixer.
thats my whole touring setup, minus amps and random air organs, glockenshpeils, or anything else i find at thrift stores.
you can hear some of my songs at

www.garageband.com/killmesara

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Post by OysterRock » Mon Jan 30, 2006 1:26 am

I don't gig much lately but my studio setup is as follows. When I do play an occasional jam, I usually just bring my Rhodes, Twin and Mogerfoogers.

Keys:
-Moog Voyager AE
-1975 Fender Rhodes mkI Stage 73
-Hohner Clavinet D6

Bass:
-Musicman Stingray Bass

Effects:
-Moogerfooger MF-101
-Moogerfooger MF-102
-Moogerfooger MF-103
-DOD 440 Envelope Filter

Amps:
-Fender Twin Reverb

Hardware:
-MOTU 828mkII
-Moog 10-Band Equalizer
-Tapco S5 Studio Monitors
-Alesis 3630 Compressor with Black Lion Audio mod
-Furman M8 Power Conditioner
-Behringer PX3000 patchbay
-Avalon U5 DI/Preamp

Computer:
-Apple G4 Powerbook
-Ableton Live 5

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Post by Boeing 737-400 » Mon Jan 30, 2006 7:21 am

My setup hasn't really changed. Got the Voyager on one end, Pro-One on the other, with the Polymoog in the middle and the Prophet-5 on top of it.

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GregAE
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Location: In the studio, of course

Post by GregAE » Mon Jan 30, 2006 8:22 am

Why not show us instead? Everyone is welcome to post pix of their studios in the Photos section of SquareWave (http://launch.groups.yahoo.com/group/Squarewave/).

Fifteen members have already posted there; how about you?



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Post by writeroxie » Mon Jan 30, 2006 11:28 am

this what i've got for moogs... pretty sweet keyboard stands, huh?
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Post by monads » Mon Jan 30, 2006 1:35 pm

writeroxie wrote:this what i've got for moogs... pretty sweet keyboard stands, huh?


Sweet :D You still have an empty drum and cymbal for two more snyths. And I thought my work space was cramped :lol: I should put some photos up.

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Post by Nick Montoya » Mon Jan 30, 2006 1:58 pm

My rig is pictured @ Squarewave. But my home girl Polly Pocket wanted to show off her rig...

She plays the Arturia Minimoog V Keychain synth ( which is midi-ed to the voyager ! j/k) I think she must be the first plastic chick to rock a model D until the Lego platform underneath her gives way..

She dubs her Mini the "Polly Moog" ... Enjoy !

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Post by latigid on » Mon Jan 30, 2006 4:28 pm

Hey there (formerly basssfx, now something a little more clever... :) )

Wow, I'm quite similar to Oyster!

Rhodes Mk I Suitcase
Voyager AE

EBMM Stingray 4 Bass
Ibanez Soundgear 6
Old skool Ibanez SG

Cheap Ashton acoustic bass for jamming...

Effects:
Currently MF-102 > Boss OD-3B > MF-101 > MF-103 > MF-104SD > Boss BF-3 > Digitech Whammy IV > Boss RV-5 > Boss DD-20 w/tempo FS > Volume.

Also have: Boss PS-2,3,5 TR-2, PH-3, DF-2, DOD FX-25B (filter) etc.
Here's a square metre of pedals! I now have the 103 and 104SD.

http://us.a2.yahoofs.com/groups/g_15987472/cfbc/__sr_/594e.jpg?gr43q3DB9EGFq9z8

At one time I had 18 pedals in the loop (I think). The sound that came out was quite crap, so once the 'foogers arrived, I ditched most of them. They found a home with our guitarist/vocalist; they sound quite cool on his voice.


Peace out

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Post by analoghaze » Mon Jan 30, 2006 8:15 pm

Moog:
Voyager Performer
XV-351
CP-251 (x3)
Phase
MuRF (x2)
Delay (x2)
Ring Mod (x2)
LPF (x2)

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Waldorf Q+
Waldorf MicroWave XT
Future Retro 777 analog mono synth
Clavia Nord Modular G2 Engine
4ms Triwave PicoGenerator
4ms Atoner/Sweptoner
4ms Stereo Tremulus Panneur
Troubled Variance Noise Swash
Prophecy Sound Systems Custom Analog Electronics Infinitphase MK1 (x2)
Sherman Filterbank 2
Ken Macbeth's Moroco
Kurzweil Mangler
Kurzweil Rumour


Mackie board and Hafler TRM6's.

I am happy with the sonic potential.
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Post by Modularfan » Mon Jan 30, 2006 10:17 pm

latigid on wrote:Effects:
Currently MF-102 > Boss OD-3B > MF-101 > MF-103 > MF-104SD > Boss BF-3 > Digitech Whammy IV > Boss RV-5 > Boss DD-20 w/tempo FS > Volume.

Also have: Boss PS-2,3,5 TR-2, PH-3, DF-2, DOD FX-25B (filter) etc.
Here's a square metre of pedals! I now have the 103 and 104SD.


LOVE pedals! A cheap and easy way of messing with the Voyager's sound. Usually the fidelity suffers a bit, but the sound that comes out can be magical!

MF

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Post by GregAE » Mon Jan 30, 2006 10:21 pm

monads wrote: And I thought my work space was cramped! I should put some photos up.


Don't forget to include some shots of the Cwj along with the Voyager!

;-)

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Post by MC » Mon Jan 30, 2006 11:14 pm

Here's my rig

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Post by OysterRock » Tue Jan 31, 2006 1:18 am

latigid on wrote:
Wow, I'm quite similar to Oyster!


Great minds think alike, huh? :)

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