Ahead of their live appearance at Fabric this weekend, the German house duo show us around their studio.

Session Victim play live at Fabric this Saturday, May 9th. Their remix of Jesper Ryom is out now on Delicieuse Records. Find them on Facebook and SoundCloud.

6th May, 2015

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  • Nice! Just heard the music and it’s pretty cool.

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  • What would I need to start using external effects like in this set up with the Moog filters?

    This probably isn’t the correct place to ask this question…

    Nice studio, cheers attack – Session Victim are great also!

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  • Good music, insubstantial studio pictures. Yay, another set of technics and [insert rotary mixer here] photo.

    How many more of these do we really need to see?

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  • Allow me to politely disagree with Mr Mala. I love seeing these studios. Keep them coming.

    Also, good choice on the Nikka. Great whisky!

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  • What I like about these “My Studio” articles is, you get to see that most of these guys and gals use the same exact stuff as everybody else. For the most part there’s really not anything super crazy gear wise that the average dude can’t attain (with the exception of the odd SSL console from time to time). My favorite feature here by a long shot. Keep em’ comin.

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  • Would’ve been interesting to hear how Ableton is used. Whether full on midi triggering, resampling or what…

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  • Always nice to see someone’s studio. Would have been nice to have a few more pics but hey….I am intrigued as to how you can configure the pedals to be external effects in ableton – if anyone knows how to do this please share

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  • ^^Routing to external effects/pedals – you route audio out through your soundcard to the pedal, and from pedal back into input in soundcard. On Ableton set up the route using the External Audio Effect in your Audio Effects files. It’s just like the send/return feature in Ableton, but you have to think of it as an external effect.

    Depending on your pedals, you can stereo or mono out, and stereo or mono in. It’s good to have Y-splitters around too for this.

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  • I really dig the vintage CRT monitor.

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  • thanks Eric – appreciated

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