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« Reply #15 on: May 25, 2017, 12:19:09 AM »

hallo


>>>Love to work with the servomotor, so It won't be as akward as using vibrators as I have been doing for the past few years.

In all seriousness, haha, you mean...vibrator as in...?


yep. multi-speed vibrators are great to work with junk metal, springs, etc.
same concept of the servomotor, but easier to manage. I buy cheap ones from red-light district vending machines, and destroy them.
still have a big one bought in Paris many years ago.
live-wise, I always put a small one connected to metallic part and effects and leave them be for the whole gig.


>>>Is the reverb natural (not including the echo) in the 3rd recording?

yep, result of the springs

will record more complex stuff tomorrow and try to post a video. I have several weird spring based instruments that are perfect for this use

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« Reply #16 on: May 29, 2017, 07:31:48 PM »

yep. multi-speed vibrators are great to work with junk metal, springs, etc.
same concept of the servomotor, but easier to manage. I buy cheap ones from red-light district vending machines, and destroy them.
still have a big one bought in Paris many years ago.
live-wise, I always put a small one connected to metallic part and effects and leave them be for the whole gig.

I am pleased
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« Reply #17 on: June 08, 2017, 04:08:20 PM »

second test

https://wertham.wordpress.com/2017/06/06/ere-sound-lab-koma-field-kit-test-2-solenoid-resort-o-phone-01-06-2017/

this stuff will be used for next caligula works
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« Reply #18 on: June 08, 2017, 05:10:15 PM »

Got the Zoom H1 recently, so far it seems really good; properly portable size, good sound, extremely foolproof and easy operation with all controls physical rather than menu-diving, seems to be able do deal with gig-level volumes OK, and has decently fast startup time which I find really important for field recordings. Also has a powered plug input for binaural/spy headphone mics which is one reason I got it :)

I got some cheap-ish windshield for it which works in normal use but doesn't totally cut wind rumble in stormy coastal situations
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