peter at severity-one.com
Sat Jul 10 20:55:51 CEST 2021
> What stops you from getting the Korg Collection? It's not hardware, but it covers the Korg 90's sound. The Triton VST is good enough that I finally dared to retire my loved old Trinity two weeks ago... (Ok, there's more to the retirement story, which was actually a major studio reconfiguration - but without the Triton VST I wouldn't have dropped the Trinity).
Well, in my case, I have this Arturia KeyLab controller keyboard, and
the Arturia V-Collection. It's the best possible integration imaginable,
right? But I still find it cumbersome to use software synths. This week,
I realised that I had no idea how to route a hardware synth through the
audio interface into the PC and out of the PC speakers.
So instead, I got a couple of cables and converters (it's REALLY
convenient that there is a music shop 30 seconds away from where I work,
and probably also a bit dangerous), and hooked up the PC speakers to the
audio interface (M-Audio 2x2M; my first and also last M-Audio product).
The only issue is that there's a hum, coming from the inputs, which are
currently connected to my Korg Wavestation SR.
Oh, did I mention that I got a Korg Wavestation SR? 🙂
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