Show me your Cantabile Rig!


#441

It sure makes a difference. I never got the hang of the hand signals, esp when there where 7 vocalists and four guitars (two players, but also acoustic and pedal steel), drums, bass, keys, backing!

I may be looking at an analog(ish) synth later in the year, can’t say why other than GAS and a work bonus coming along :smiley: , and will be looking at the Prophet, but the new Novation Peak also looks quite interesting, so I guess I will b checking a few out.


#442

Rig for my ‘The Cars’ tribute band Moving in Stereo.


#443

Cantabile 3 Performer
M-Audio Oxygen 61
Roland PK-5a
Asus ROG (overkill)
Novation Audio Hub


#444

Love the duct tape ornamentation! :slight_smile:


#445

I’ve been watching the PK-5a for sale on Reverb and ebay. It looks like the right bass pedals for my dual axiom 61 vb3 setup. Do you use it for bass or synth parts?


#446

They are great! I play bass so I use them for everything from keys to triggers to samples to song switching.


#447

One more shot of my Cantabile rig, this time from IQ’s album launch show last night in London. Cantabile performed perfectly of course (better than I did to be honest…).

Neil


#448

I just love gear porn! Very nice Neil!!


#449

Do you go program up/down with the wide switches, out there where you can;t hit 'em accidentally? :stuck_out_tongue:


#450

Hehe, no (good thinking though!). The one on the left is my song state increment switch. The one on the right is a assigned to different things for different parts of different songs - Leslie speed, toggling effects, triggering sounds etc.

I have an Akai LPD8 with buttons assigned for song state up/down, so if I need to decrement, I do it by hand.

Neil


#451

Hi @Neil_Durant!

My mother’s friend asks if you could show your Cantabile window a little bit closer :relaxed:

kind regards