Sunday, 21 March 2010
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What interface do you use ? Do you have experience with others ? Do you perform live with your MIDI setup ? What would you fix / change about your current setup ? What equipment do you crave ? How do you amplify everything (MIDI Synth, controller) ? How often do you perform ? If you started today, knowing what you know about the available equipment, what would you buy (controller, interface, amp, speakers, stands, lights, comfortable shoes) ?
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I have a 18pin Midi controller on my SuperJ, but i only use it for controlling a Roland Vbass unit. I know its not Midi, its works well, w/ zero lag.
12 years ago
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If you are talking interfaces for a DAW, I use a presonus Firepod, older model with eight channels/ line level preamps. It has midi in and out as well. I use the midi, hooked to my casio keyboard to access the synth functions and virtual instruments in Cubase and Garageband. This works great. If I wanted just the Casio sound I could run it stereo split into channels 1 & 2, garageband will take that and make it a stereo track. I also use the midi hooked from my Zoom B9.1ut to the firepod. This is how Zoom set up their desktop library and editing software. Its really cool. Instead of peering at the little led on the zoom unit, the desktop editor spreads every function out on my screen. I can tweek each aspect of the patch I'm building while the parameters on the Zoom unit change, then save it both in the unit and in the library software. Just the eq posibilities make this worth it. I can start with a preset that's close to what I want and adjust it, then save it as a user patch.
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