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PostPosted: Fri Dec 29, 2006 7:31 pm 
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Hey anybody name TD's equipment used in recording & the format of recording. Seen from front row the JP 8000 that Jerome & Edgar uses , Roland D 70. Thorstens Virus but can you complete the rest of gear used like hard drive etc ...what samplers are used etc....

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:D 8) :!: :arrow: Geoff

Also has it changed over the past few gigs :?:

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Looks like Thorsten is using the Korg Micro series ,with the tilt up control panel, You can also make out a Nord lead to one side of Thorsten.
The JP8000's have been in use by Jerome for a while, but it's the first Ive seen Edgar use one, he's usually got the Nord.
I imagine that since alot of the keyboards have the makes and models taped over ,these are the one's that have been helped in progress by TD development. As I can can remember as far back as 1984 that they refused to used Akai samplers as they had basically 'half-inched' the ideas from Egdar and co.
I'll have another look at the DVD and try and identify more (im pretty good at that!) I know geralds fx unit is the Boss GT8 as I use one myself.
Seemed to me to be alot of new stuff from Korg all over the stage.


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Looks like Thorsten is using the Korg Micro series ,with the tilt up control panel, You can also make out a Nord lead to one side of Thorsten.
The JP8000's have been in use by Jerome for a while, but it's the first Ive seen Edgar use one, he's usually got the Nord.
I imagine that since alot of the keyboards have the makes and models taped over ,these are the one's that have been helped in progress by TD development. As I can can remember as far back as 1984 that they refused to used Akai samplers as they had basically 'half-inched' the ideas from Egdar and co.
I'll have another look at the DVD and try and identify more (im pretty good at that!) I know geralds fx unit is the Boss GT8 as I use one myself.
Seemed to me to be alot of new stuff from Korg all over the stage.


Both Edgar and Jerome have used the Roland D70 until quite recently.
Edgar (As far as I know) doesn't use a Nord, it's a RED Quasimidi Cyber-6 synth (that's certainly what he used at the Jeanne d'arc gigs). The JP8000's are used as arpegiator and sequencer controllers, not for their internal sounds.

Jerome probably uses Boss GS10 guitar effects unit (if it's the same he had in London during the record launch party for Neptunes)

Thorsten=Korg Radias?
Bernard=Takamine Acoustic guitar?

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PostPosted: Sat Dec 30, 2006 2:43 pm 
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Hi 24db & timer good info here thanks as there was so much equipment here its hard to identify all the gear...

:D 8) :arrow: :wink: 8)
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Radias is a new keyboard/module from Korg using multiple modeling synthesis software.
I use a lot of softsynths but don't need another keyboard or module. Waiting to see how this develops further.

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PostPosted: Sat Dec 30, 2006 10:52 pm 
I Like There Electronics Equipment have there on Stage.
The Keyboards, Notebook Computer’s, and There Plasma HDTV it Look’s Nice. :wink:

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the Radias looks quite good, mind you if they turned off all those effects and four on the floor loops you'd be able to actually hear how good...or not :)

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I believed that that harpsichord bass sound that Edgar is so fond of came from a Yamaha TX tone generator for a long time, I have something similar on my Yamaha FS1r tone generator - many of the presets on this came from the DX and TX series. But I must be wrong, not a bit of Yamaha kit on site in these photos - Unless he has a Yamaha plug-in!!

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Hello Gang, Thanks for the photo posted on Dec. 26... jaw-dropping shock and awe when you consider the equipment being used, not to mention the talent !
I was reminded of the photos of K. Schulze on his website... both studio shots and tour photos:
http://www.klaus-schulze.com/photos/2001t.htm

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Froesesque wrote:
I believed that that harpsichord bass sound that Edgar is so fond of came from a Yamaha TX tone generator for a long time, I have something similar on my Yamaha FS1r tone generator - many of the presets on this came from the DX and TX series. But I must be wrong, not a bit of Yamaha kit on site in these photos - Unless he has a Yamaha plug-in!!


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If you are interrested in what kind of equipment Thorsten is using check his own site, there you can a list of all his stuff


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PostPosted: Fri Jan 19, 2007 6:32 pm 
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Thorstens' equipment :


STUDIO

Access
Virus KB C

Alesis
D4
DM5
ION
SR-16

Clavia
Nordlead 3

Creamware
Minimax ASB
Pro - 12 ASB

Crumar
Performer

Electric-Violin

EMU
Orbit 9090 V2
Planet Phatt
Pro-Cussion
Proteus 3 / World
Vintage Pro
X-treme Lead


Epiphone

Gothic LP

Evolution
MK-425 C USB MIDI Masterkeyboard
MK-449 C USB MIDI Masterkeyboard

Fostex
D80
D2424


Hammerfall
RME 96/32


Koestler
Harmophon


Kora


Korg
DS-8
MicroKorg
M1 r (2x)
Prophecy
Radias (KeyVersion)
Rmk II
S 3
Wavestation EX
Z1

Ludwig
Snare

Mackie
32/4/2

M Audio
FastTrack Pro
Keystation Pro 88


Meinl

Congas
Bongos


Moeck

Rottenburgh
(Palisander & Ebenholz)
Bass
Alt
Sopran
Tenor


Motu

828
828 MkII


Oberheim
Matrix-1000
MC 1000
OB - 12


Oud


Paiste
Ride 21"


Quasimidi
Quasar
The Raven

Roland
A 30
D 70
JD 800
JP 8000
Jv 880 incl. Pop Expansion
M-VS1 Vintage Synth
P-55 Piano
R8m
Super JV 1080
TD 20 V-Drums (Special-Q-Signature)
VK-1


RotoToms 6" , 8" & 10"


Slider Lap Steel


Steinberg

Midex8 (5x)


Tannoy
600a (2x)
600 (3x)
19"


Waldorf
MicroWave
Q


Yamaha
A 3000 (2x)
CS - 20m
DX - 7
FB 01
QY - 20
TG 77
TX 802 LIVE

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Oberheim MC 1000 or M-Audio Keystation Pro 88
Access Virus C
Clavia Nordlead 3
Roland JP -8000
Roland JD-800
Korg Z1
Laptop
V-Drums TD-20
Creamware Minimax ASB

- - -

Picture Palace music

Oberheim MC 1000
Access Virus C
Clavia Nordlead 3
Roland JP-8000
Korg Radias
Korg MicroKorg
Roland JD-800
Laptop
Epiphone Gothic LP
Slide-Lapsteel
Ebow

- - -

Minory

Korg Wavestation EX
Korg Prophecy
Oberheim MC 1000 or Roland A30
Roland JD-800
Access Virus C
VK-1 via Korg G4 and WahWah
Epiphone Gothic LP
Ebow
Moeck Sopran- and Alt -Flute

Rack:
Yamaha A3000 (2x)
Roland Vintage Synth
Emu Vintage Keys
Roland P-55
Korg M1r
Emu XtremeLead

- - -

Die Swingband

Roland V-Drums TD-20
+ Ludwig Snare
+ Paiste Ride
+ Rototoms 6",8"& 10"

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I was getting tired just scrolling down that lot! :wink:

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Hobo wrote:
I was getting tired just scrolling down that lot! :wink:


saving all your energy for those fences perhaps? ;)

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Oberheim MC 1000 or M-Audio Keystation Pro 88
Access Virus C
Clavia Nordlead 3
Roland JP -8000
Roland JD-800
Korg Z1
Laptop
V-Drums TD-20
Creamware Minimax ASB

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Hobo wrote:
I was getting tired just scrolling down that lot! :wink:


saving all your energy for those fences perhaps? ;)



I'm not putting the fence up. I've already been given the task of redecorating every room in the house (a job that I started today)!

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