performing live setup

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  1. midistorage

    midistorage New Member

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    Im just kind of curios what people use live.I use a laptop and an edirol sound module
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    kuerbo New Member

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    Desktop PC, Cubase SX nd VSti's. Plus my Marshall AVT150H, 1960B Cab and my Jackson Guitars. R1, DXMG, DK2, KE3 and Charvel 650 XL.
  3. Bladez26

    Bladez26 New Member

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    Minidisc player, all midis mastered through sonar and Hypercanvas thru an Extigy.
    The minidisc goes through a soundcraft desk with a Behringer Ultrafex (amazing on the midis) Australian Monitor Amp and Yamaha speakers.
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    I use Minidisc too, everything is recorded using roland jv1010,cubase and reason. It saves the danger of breaking the laptop when in a pub and getting pissed while playing.
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    what to use for LIVE

    i also, am attempting to put together a LIVE system to incororate midi files into live performances. i need help selecting a good sounding tone generator/sound module.
    tim
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    musikman1 New Member

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    Intel PIII 800 based rack mounted computer
    MusicQuest (Opcode) MQX32M MIDI Interface
    Roland M-480 48 channel line mixer
    Mackie 1604VLZ studio mixer
    Roland JV-880 module w/orchestral expander
    Roland JV-990 module w/pop expander
    Kurzweil Micro-Piano module
    Proteus/2 Orchestral module
    Roland CR-80 percussion module
    Alesis 3630 stereo compressor
    Phonic PEQ3400 dual channel EQ
    Lexicom MPX100 digital effects
    Boss RE1000 multi-echo processor
    BBE 822 Sonic Maximizer
    Digitech Studio Vocalist
    JVC TD-W709 variable dual cassette deck
    JVC XD-Z507TN DAT deck
    Plextor 1210A CD recorder
  7. guitarmik

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    My band, a three piece,use my acer laptop which has a midi portman attached which is then attached to a roland sc 155 sound module.I run all the files thru Cakewalk 9,where u can set up set lists as well as edit all the files
  8. ajt22

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    I have an rack mount with 10 channel mixer,2 Pevey CS 800 power amps,one for the bass bin and one for the main front speakers all Pevey Equiptment. For a program at home I use Cakewalk 9 ,with Cakewalk I can edit the songs so the bass track can pan to L or R in the direction of the Bass Bin. Also Cakewalk is a great program to do anything you want to do with a midifile. I Use a Roland SD 35 on stage ,with a Vocalist Tapped in.I've been doing this for 13 Years.The Roland takes Floppy Disc,you can get about 12 to 15 songs on a disc. I bought the Roland off e-bay about 11 Years ago. I started playing out with midifiles burned on CD's buy a good friend of mine that got me started doing this. I was very determined to perform.
  9. rome

    rome New Member

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    I got a yamaha qy300 that I write on and perform with, slaved off of that are:
    Roland juno 106
    Korg dw8000
    Microkorg
    Roland r-8m for drum sounds.
    I rarely use any of the internal sounds on the qy because they're pretty bad except for the strings.

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