Martin Hurni Synthophone, Selmer Super Action 80 with redesigned power supply
Martin Hurni Synthophone, Legend (Copy of
Super Action 80)
see the New Synthophone page for pictures
2 Yamaha VL70-m Physical Modeling Tone Module ( with the Patchman VL Turbochip)
TOA D3 mixer
Galaxy HotSpot Monitor
Furman AR-117 line Conditioner
Woodwind Brasswind ProTenor Saxophone with a Jody Jazz Gold Mouthpiece
2 Mackie SLM350 Powered Speaker
Bose L1 Compact PA System
Voodoo Labs Ground Control Pro Midi Foot Controller
Yamaha FC9 Volume pedal
Midi Solutions Quadra Midi merge
Kenton Wireless Midi (transmitter mounted in the Synthophone Power Supply minus the AC circuit
Widi Wireless midi system
Dell Latitude 2.6ghz, 3 g memory , 7200 RPM drive,
HP mini 1000 Netbook 2g memory (for backing
M-Audio FastTrack Pro Audio Interface(for the
Netbook used for backing tracks)
M-Audio FastTrack Ultra Audio
om-5 Vocal Microphone
|Martin Hurni Selmer Super Action 80 Synthophone
hope to have new pictures up of my latest rig
here but in the mean time
check out this link.
This was my last rig as of 3-15-08. I split everything up into 2 rack cases. The main Rack is a Rok Sak 4 space. It
is plywood covered in nylon. It is durable yet light and easy to carry. Here I have 3 VL70m's with Turbo Chips, a TOA D3 Mixer,
the new Synthophone Power Supply, and a Quadra Merge. In the Gator 3 space rack Bag there is the Kenton wireless Midi Receiver
and the Furman Power Conditioner/ Voltage Regulator.
|Rig rack 1 3-15-08
are a "few" of the many rigs I have assembled
since about 2002.
|New Synthophone Power Supply
Rig as of 9-23-06. Simplicity makes for less weight, less connections to come undone, and it is easier to make clean
layering of the synths.
Here are a couple more of my previous rigs
This was the rig that is in a 4 space effects rack prior to dropping another VL70-m in favor simplicity . It was a bit
of a task getting everything to fit but all of the components and wiring are very snug and secure. The Bose PAS allowed for
a reduction in components.(( update 5-29-07)) I have returned to basically this same setup. Two VL's are real nice for layering
sounds. Eventually I will have 3 back in my rig. The horn section sounds and other layers are pristine , and very authentic
sounding. I would have to sacrifice only a few sounds in the XV to go this way again.
(Left side view)
Below is a view of the actual wiring. Everything is secured with wire ties ,and velcro.
Note the Antenna mounts. For both the Sennheiser Wireless In Ear Monitor , and the Kenton. I have installed
antenna extensions to allow rack mounting. This is the old rig before it was modified and downsized.