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Re: anyone tried the neusonik monitors?

Post by Samuel_L_Damnson » Wed Oct 15, 2014 11:14 am

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Samuel_L_Damnson wrote:http://m.ebay.co.uk/itm?itemId=131155817848
Last night someone showed me thus analogue delay for under 30 pounds that surprisingly sounds really nice. Can't wait to get one and get dubby
Sorry for the dumb and potentially off topic question, but I just wondered, with the delay you posted, do you need something to amplify the signal somewhere in the chain, or can you simply just run an output into it then straight back into your interface?

Cheap gear wise, I bought a couple of Patchblocks when they were on Kickstarter - great little toys and almost infinitely expandable! http://patchblocks.com/

I've also got a Monotron Duo which is great fun, if a little limited and impractical.
As long as its coming out of something like an audio interface or mixer it should be okay. I think a re amp box could help sort out the impedance I think but I'm not sure if its nessecary.
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Re: decent budget gear thread!

Post by Samuel_L_Damnson » Wed Oct 15, 2014 11:16 am

Also guys just found out the joyo analogue delay is an analogue modelling delay(so its digital) still think it sounds nice just don't overload the signal unless u want it to sound shitty
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Re: decent budget gear thread!

Post by fragments » Wed Oct 15, 2014 9:07 pm

Two points of order--

I've been using pedals with no kind of "amp" working with line level signals for a couple years and I never felt like I needed a signal boost. That being said, I could be totally talking out of my ass because I'm not an expert really.

Which Joyo pedal are you looking at? I'm fairly sure the make an actual analog delay: http://www.ebay.com/itm/Joyo-JF-33-Dela ... 5d50ea9cf8

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Re: decent budget gear thread!

Post by Sinastac » Thu Oct 16, 2014 3:09 am

i'm gunna have to 2nd the korg padkontrol and the nektar midi gear...best for the price right now

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Re: decent budget gear thread!

Post by Samuel_L_Damnson » Thu Oct 16, 2014 11:47 am

fragments wrote:Two points of order--

I've been using pedals with no kind of "amp" working with line level signals for a couple years and I never felt like I needed a signal boost. That being said, I could be totally talking out of my ass because I'm not an expert really.

Which Joyo pedal are you looking at? I'm fairly sure the make an actual analog delay: http://www.ebay.com/itm/Joyo-JF-33-Dela ... 5d50ea9cf8

This is what I own.
Perhaps this guy was telling lies ahahaha. Yea I think ur audio interface probably sorts out ur level s enough in was chatting shit
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Re: decent budget gear thread!

Post by pulsewaves4stopsines » Sun Oct 19, 2014 12:54 am

Torn between getting a midi keyboard or attempting to build a DIY synth. Probably will end up getting both. I just realized it's useless to have as many computers as I do, so I'm going to sell a few, in hopes I can get a bit of gear 8)

Guess that means a bit of research on my end.
I have never thought of buying gear until last week when I almost chucked my laptop because I had windows all over my screen and kept accidentally closing shit I needed open in a sudden rage when I started mixing up my keyboard shortcuts. Not that hardware is going to solve my problems, but I need change in my life. And less windows on computer screens.

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Re: decent budget gear thread!

Post by fragments » Sun Oct 19, 2014 4:43 am

For diy synths check out mutable instruments for sure.
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