Timelapse of Kebu’s live keyboard rig build

Some of you have asked for a timelapse of setting up my keyboard rig, so I made one while I was setting up my rig for my concert at Assembly Winter 2022.

The actual setup time is about two hours. But then there is the load out of the car which takes about half an hour or more, depending on how many persons are helping. And there is always something extra happening (I probably cut away about half an hour of action from the video that was not directly related to the setup, like answering a phone, discussing with the stage manager, going away to park my van etc). So normally I reserve 4 hours for load in and setup, but in the worst case I can do it in 2,5 hours, but then there is no time for troubleshooting if something goes wrong.

My Urban Dreams tour keyboard rig consists of the following equipment:

Akai MPC 2500 (only for sequencing and triggering)
Alesis Andromeda A6
Arturia Keystep
Behringer X32R & S32
Dave Smith Tetra
Hypersynth Xenophone (x 2)
iConnectivity MioXL & MioXM
Jaspers 4D & KSV keyboard stands
Jomox Airbase99
Lexicon MPX1
Korg Mono/Poly, Polysix (x2) and Poly-61
K&M Spider Pro keyboard stand
Marion Prosynth
M-Audio Trigger Finger
Oberheim Matrix 1000
Roland TR808, Alpha Juno 1 & 2, Juno 60, JX-3P (Kiwi-3P), JX-8P, Jupiter 6, MKS-70
Sennheiser ew IEM G4 in-ear monitoring
Strymon Big Sky
Touched-by-Sound DRM1
Yamaha 01V96

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