Stekker 2015: Richard Devine Live Rig Rundown (Part 1)
Richard Devine gives us a look at the 12U system he has been using for his live shows over the past year.
If you haven’t got some of Richard Devine’s records in your record collection, then chances are he has programmed some of the presets on your synths, or the sounds in the TV ad you just watched or even the sounds of the engine in your electric car!
Over the last year Richard has been focussing his live efforts on building an all eurorack live set. The set uses a 12u or 4 row case, combined with a couple of outboard effects and also a little external eurorack case with his circadian rhythms in it.
Comprised mainly of multifunctional digital modules, the rack seems to be able to create a wide range of textures, from extremely mangled noise to heavy rhythmical structures.
The set that Richard has been working on with this setup tries in his own special way to create 8 different tracks, and focusses heavily on rhythmical structures in a non linear way.
Stay tuned for part 2 where we will dive heavily into the Circadian Rhythms latest firmware and the Devine mode D!