Hi IDMF crew


#1

Hi IDMFlers,

It’s been a while…I had to deal with some health issues around the time the forum went offline (IIRC some posts were lost and everyone had to make a new account) and then stayed off the internet for a while.
Doing better now for some time already, thought I’d drop by and say hello!

Hope everyone is well!

I managed to work a lot on music during past two years, roughly 80 tracks finished.
Didn’t really change my setup, still mostly OT and AK. Bought a Shruthi, H9 and Quadraverb which makes for a perfect little setup.
Recently I’ve hooked up everything to the patchbay, though most of my older gear is put in boxes.
I really dig working with this small setup!

Besides that, still here with my wife and cat…
Everything pretty much fine. Have to go to the dentist laterz, lost a filling in february, but due to Covid19 didn’t wanna go…
I figured a lot of dentists probaply went exactly there for winter holidays where the coronavirus started to spread over to the rest of europe. Wonderful reasoning…

How are you guys?


#2

I’m good, welcome back


#3

Hey there, welcome back!

Damn, 80 tracks in two years? Nice! You’ve made more tracks than I have in my entire music career probably. Lol


#4

welcome back schnork! we all come crawling back eventually :smiley:
great to have you back. i hope things get better for you. its great to hear how much music youve been making though!
im with nostromer, youve made more in 2 years than i have in my life!


#5

Hello again


#6

Welcome back then. Glad to have another returner from the old times.


#7

Welcome back @Schnork … I must admit I don’t recall your avatar so perhaps our paths didn’t cross back before the big crash. I was fairly new at the time… less than a year… but it’s been good to see the forum build again with both new and former members😎


#8

80 tracks in 2 years it’s god damn a lot!


#9

Good to see you guys are ok! :slight_smile:

It’s not like they’re masterpieces or anything like that^^
I used to work for 6-8 weeks on my tracks, sometimes longer and while I enjoyed finetuning everything, all those micro-edits and stuff, there always was the problem of keeping my original intention throughout those weeks of finetuning.

Taking notes didn’t work and I really wanted to keep my initial thoughts and intention.

Also had to spent quite some time at home so I had lots of time recording stuff…


#10

still better than my “new tune 3642 absolute final master seventy third version” that i have still not finished after 87 years of working on it


#11

damn. Project compatibility must be a sonuvabitch for you.


#12

hahaha yea i have to load my project in to the next version of the DAW, then save it and load that into the next version etc, until i get to the latest :smiley:


#13

Good old times; pen and paper music^^


#14

whats a pen and paper? XD