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A quick photo of the gear being used during rehearsals and preperations for the upcoming live music shows….

perhaps otherwise titled – “from the view of a laptop DJ.”

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  • Juilee  Pryor
    Juilee Pryorover 6 years ago

    when I see musical instruments that look like this I always want to know….. are laptops the new bongos?

  • the laptops contain all the various noises;
    they could be loops (like a drumloop – or a bassline or a lead) and they could be single shot hits (like a trumpet blast or a triangle hit)..
    the computer on the left keeps the beats in sync, the one on the right follows its lead.
    so computer on left could be playing a drum beat, whilst my collegue on the right computer could add in something else.. all synced together.
    the keyboards are used so we can manipulate things on the go (like turning a knob to adjust a frequency, or change the tempo)..
    its a lot of fun.

    – MuscularTeeth

  • butchart
    butchartover 6 years ago

    man… i’d love to be sitting at that empty console…………b

  • Virginia McGowan
    Virginia McGowanover 6 years ago

    so which is middle C ?

  • depends.
    think of the laptops as a lot of instruments.
    inside the pc is whats known as “virtual synths” which mimic a real instrument.
    so for example i have a piano synth, and middle C would be the 8th key in on the keyboard to the left.
    middle c for a drum machine in the laptop wouldnt exist
    :)
    it depends on whats in action.

    – MuscularTeeth

  • jemimalovesbigted
    jemimalovesbigtedover 6 years ago

    so cool! where are you playing live? wish I was in SA to see you going off!

  • mister  khan
    mister khanover 6 years ago

    i haven’t forgoteen about the software. just been busy with the blue rose of askhabad.

    my mate’s just bought a korg valve thingy- i can’t remember ithe fucking number, but it only cost a grand- it’s basucally a fully programmable drum machine, sampler and tone generator with a nifty touch-sensitive sort of pad thing which basically gives any six year old child the ability to make the chemical brothers sound ‘old fashioned’. i’m getting one for my birthday, possibly, if i remember when it is.

  • reflector
    reflectorover 6 years ago

    That’s a " Serious Rig " there Mr teeth ! You told me you had some Laptops, but that whole kit looks very technical. Good luck with the upcoming tour and if you hit NSW, tell me about it ! A few beers would be in oder if you are going to Sydney to play !

  • Ann Morgan
    Ann Morganover 6 years ago

    Looks inviting and makes me curious what will happen there. Have fun.

  • Robin Webster
    Robin Websterover 6 years ago

    Impressive looking equipment! Looks so technical!

  • Ariane
    Arianeover 6 years ago

    oooh – I love looking at all that technology

  • © Karin  Taylor
    © Karin Taylorover 6 years ago

    cool to see your lappies mt
    this didn’t come up in my watchlist…just discovered it…why does that happen i wonder
    bin wondering how things are going
    good to see things are on track
    any news on the gigs yet?

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