#1
Upgraded my recording setup this weekend. I was previously recording using my Line 6 TonePort and running the headphone out to my PC's line in. I wanted to be able to record using my amp though.

M-Audio ProFire 2626 firewire interface.
M-Audio BX5a power monitors.
Shure PG42 condenser mix
Sennheiser e609 dynamic mic (Same frequency range as a SM57, but higher SPL, hypercardiod pattern, smaller body, and better bass response.)

Time to have fun.

THe pg42 is made for vocals but the sound i get when recording with both mics is great.

You can check the track called "The New Set Up" on my profile to hear something I recorded using this new stuff. I've never used monitors before so mixing/mastering is a whole new thing again. Also I think I had the mics a little bit too far from the cab, I'm still experimenting.







Fender USA Stratocaster HSS
Schecter C-1 FR Hellraiser
Ibanez RG 321mh
Fender Squier Strat
Bugera V22
Line 6 Spider Valve HD100
Line 412 cab V 30's
Last edited by JMeasles at Sep 28, 2009,
#2
Congrats on the new gear.
I wondered why the frisbee was getting bigger, then it hit me.
#3
Nice! How much did all that set you back?
Interviewer: You've said jamming is like having an orgasm.
Neil Young: That's why a lot of my instrumentals are too short!

Fender 1988 68'reissue strat
Orange TT Head
Epi Valve Jr cab
+ many pedals (and many more to come)
#4
Quote by Marsbe
Nice! How much did all that set you back?


Thanks to a nice employee discount, only about $1100 after tax.
Fender USA Stratocaster HSS
Schecter C-1 FR Hellraiser
Ibanez RG 321mh
Fender Squier Strat
Bugera V22
Line 6 Spider Valve HD100
Line 412 cab V 30's