andrewtarpinian at gmail.com
Thu Apr 3 01:05:41 CEST 2014
Yea got that part now.
My thing is I have a bunch of gear now and it has never all been hooked up, properly, at once. And I tend to tear things apart and re-hook thing up in the moment and I'm tired of it being a mess all the time. Plus I have a couple samplers, and like to route stuff through other gear so I really need a patching solution. Also I switched to just using a motu 828 as my main mixer years and years ago (has never really been a fun experience,) and now have a small mackie sub mixer to pick up some slack. I should probably have a proper mixer but don't really have the space or want one. I feel like I could make my studio space a much calmer experience if everything is hooked up proper, and the ease of re-routing.
> On Apr 2, 2014, at 6:26 PM, Michael Zacherl <mubar04 at blauwurf.at> wrote:
> patchbays are normalized. your standard connections just go through your patchbay without any cable.
> in case you need to change something (use this compressor on a synth instead after the mic-pre) you need to
> break and set connections by … patching.
> you need drawings. more than one maybe.
> m. (sounds to like 'have solution, need problem' … ;-)
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