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Old 04-29-2010, 04:56 PM   #41
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Here's my pride and joy They great thing with working is that I can now buy all the things I want but the bad thing is that I don't get that much time to use them, I do want to get a new interface and maybe a Microphone soon
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Old 05-02-2010, 01:01 PM   #42
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Here's my gear:

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KRK R6 Monitors (active) and a 24" Technika TV which is serving as a monitor. Using a wireless keyboard and mouse and the picture from my macbook feeding in with a VGA cable.

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This is the desk I'm currently using. It's an Alesis multimix 8, it works as an interface via USB, 4 XLR in and 2 stereo channels. The TV feeds into one of the stereo channels at all times so I can use my monitors with my playstation.

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Amp & Pedals. Using an SM57 for recording guitar at the moment, sounds great with the music I'm making at the moment.



This is a cheap Behringer condenser that I've been using, it's by no means a pro mic but it's served me well as a back up and I've gotten a fair share of good recordings from it.



A cheap squire bass with a ridiculous paint job my mate inflicted on it when it got left at his house for a while. It looks like ass but it's got real personality and it doesn't sound bad at all after processing. On the Desk is an Xdirect D.I box, a handy piece of kit as kit due to its low pass filter.



Obligatory guitar pictures, Gibson SG special in faded cherry and a USA telecaster in sunburst with a maple neck. Couldn't really want (or afford) a better combination at the moment

Also not in any pictures is an old yamaha keyboard with MIDI ins and outs which I'm using as a controller at the moment!
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Old 05-02-2010, 02:07 PM   #43
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heres my rig

acer aspire ax3812
intel core 2 quad @2.55ghz
4gb ddr2
windows 7 64bit
seagate black armour external hdd drive usb 2.0 and esata



avid /digedesign protools le8.03cs2
mbox 2
maudio oxygen61 controller keyboard

t.bone mb75 sm57 copy
t.bone sc440 large diapragm condencer
2x shure sm58
2x behringer c2
behringer c1 large diapragm condencer


reaper
t-racks
reason

variuos plug ins

i need to get a set of tannoy reveals 5/6ds or a set of yamaha hs50s





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Old 05-02-2010, 06:22 PM   #44
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Here's my pride and joy They great thing with working is that I can now buy all the things I want but the bad thing is that I don't get that much time to use them, I do want to get a new interface and maybe a Microphone soon


Nice little setup, man!
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Old 05-02-2010, 06:23 PM   #45
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I envy you guys. All I've got is a toneport, ezdrummer and Ableton :\

I guess I get buy okay though.
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Old 05-02-2010, 06:31 PM   #46
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I envy you guys. All I've got is a toneport, ezdrummer and Ableton :\

I guess I get buy okay though.


Its not that bad! Next thing i need is a midi keyboard!

BTW, i listened to your myspace. The song "break The Fall" has a great quality. What did you use to record it?
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Old 05-03-2010, 06:05 PM   #48
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My gear is

Mics:
SM57
SM58
Behringer C1
I cant think of the brand right now, but its a full set of drum mics

Guitars:
Ibanez DTT700
Schecter C7 Hellrasier
Ibanez Jem555
American Fender Strat
Epiphone les paul
Aria DX
Freshman classical guitar
Ronan Semi Acoustic

Interfaces:
Alesis multimix 8 USB
Alesis Multimix 8 firewire
Line 6 Studio GX
Yamaha E403 keyboard (Midi controller and soundbanks)

DAW:
Reaper
Cubase 5 Studio
Reason
T-Racks

Amps:
Line 6 Spider
Behringer V-ampire
Pod Farm
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Old 05-03-2010, 06:12 PM   #49
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Simple, but gets the job done.


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Old 05-03-2010, 06:17 PM   #50
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hahah I was thinking "****!! finally someone showed up Catharsistudio" when I looked at those pics, then I realized who post it
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Old 05-03-2010, 06:21 PM   #51
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I need to take pictures of mine but here goes what i have

Interfaces:
M Audio Profire 2626
Line 6 UX2

Mics:
Shure Sm57
Shure Sm58
Rode Nt-5 pair
Shure Sm7b
Sterling Audio St-79

Software:
EZ Drummer,DKFH
Superior Drummer 2.0
Pro Tools M Powered
Repear

Misc:
Keyboards:
Roland Fantom X8
Roland Fantom Fa-76
Roland Fantom Xa

Montiors:
KRK Rokit 6 pair

Guitars and amps:
See profile too many to post
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Old 05-03-2010, 06:38 PM   #52
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I need to take pictures of mine but here goes what i have

Interfaces:
M Audio Profire 2626
Line 6 UX2

Mics:
Shure Sm57
Shure Sm58
Rode Nt-5 pair
Shure Sm7b
Sterling Audio St-79

Software:
EZ Drummer,DKFH
Superior Drummer 2.0
Pro Tools M Powered
Repear

Misc:
Keyboards:
Roland Fantom X8
Roland Fantom Fa-76
Roland Fantom Xa

Montiors:
KRK Rokit 6 pair

Guitars and amps:
See profile too many to post


Picture!!!
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Old 05-03-2010, 06:42 PM   #53
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Picture!!!

Ill have some up by next monday. finals are wrapping up for me. ill give some teasers of two of the keyboards. Two of them are going to be sold for other funds





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Old 05-04-2010, 03:33 AM   #54
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Its not that bad! Next thing i need is a midi keyboard!

BTW, i listened to your myspace. The song "break The Fall" has a great quality. What did you use to record it?


That was done in a Studio so I'm not entirely sure
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Old 05-04-2010, 04:12 AM   #55
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My current 'Studio' is composed of a Macbook Pro and an Mbox 2 Mini
At my Uni though, we've got 4 studios, the one I'm currently in has a very tasty Toft ATB 32 desk, an 002R for running I/O from ProTools, and a rack full of stuff I havent used yet (except a Lexicon FX unit and a DBX 266 comp/gate, I've only had one class in that studio so far)
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Old 05-04-2010, 06:45 AM   #56
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Ah, I can just see the bass cloud at the back. Nice. So does the popcorn stuff stop flutter echo? I can't see the angle of the ceiling vs the floor from the photos, but if they are parallel (like mine are ) then I'd maybe expect some flutter echo right in the middle of the room, from where your chair is up to the sofa... (or I would if it was a totally flat ceiling, I guess the popcorn stuff disperses the high frequencies maybe)...? I'm having issues with flutter at the moment, got a bazillion bass traps and superchunks for mid / low freq, but its a totally parallel floor and ceiling so HF is bad. And its a wood floor. And its' rented. And I can't afford a rug the size of the room...
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Old 05-04-2010, 12:15 PM   #57
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Here's the studio on my campus, which basically belongs to my band after dark until we graduate.


Pro Tools HD


ghetto iso booth


conrol room from the other side


the recording space, set up for drums


drums + mics


the oh-so-frustrating talkback mic

So yeah, there you have it. The debut EP will be out soo and you'll be able to hear just how amazing that studio is. They'll be at www.myspace.com/kakiatpark in a month or so. There are also more pictures on the myspace of the studio.




those godos are ****ing epppppic i see a crane song?
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Old 05-04-2010, 12:17 PM   #58
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new recording with my band at www.myspace.com/gunforhirerock



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Old 05-04-2010, 12:19 PM   #59
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Here is a few of mine. Built a 64' x 30' building and have 900 sq. ft. of it as my studio. The rest of the building is garage space. but is available if I need to expand.













that could be an insanely legit studio build.
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Old 05-04-2010, 12:41 PM   #60
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^^ sweet my college has 1 main studio that set up like a professional comercial studio with a control rom and live room with a d command a set of huge genelics far feilds no sub needed
and a set of yamaha ns10s with some rack gear

then their is the 2 more educational side with a main control room and smaller satalight ctr rooms around and 2 vocal booths this set up is the only worldwide and has won awards for its design

this year it has 5.1 genilecs in each room with yamaha dm2000/02rs andsome rack gear
the all run protools hd 8 with 2 192 i/os in each room with avion signal moodules an12s
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