#1
Well I've accumulated this stuff over the past month. My goal was to get a simple recording rig, but I picked up a few other goodies along the way.

M-Audio Fast Track Pro


Yes, thats me and my man John Petrucci

I switched a Line 6 UX2 (didnt play well with Windows 7) for this puppy. Phantom Power, 2 mic inputs, two 1/4 inputs, and midi in/out. No latency issues, completely noiseless. Took me a while to figure out and Pro Tools M-powered isnt working too well with Windows 7, but I use reaper so thats ok. Doesnt feel too strong, so I'm being extra careful when I transport it. It does the job.

Morley Bad Horsie 2


I'm not a big fan of wah, I just needed this for a few covers. Got it for $60 bucks, so I cant complain much. The fact that you step on it and it activates is pretty cool, although there is a slight delay. The contour knob is neat, so I can customize my sound. Then without the contour activated, it sounds just like the original Bad Horsie. It isn't the greatest sounding. It doesnt have as powerful an effect on my signal as I had had hoped. Built like a tank.

Alesis Micron


This thing is incredible! It has fulfilled my expectations and then some. I'm not a very good player, but I wanted to get into the world of synths. It covers trance, techno, house, hip hop, etc. Its also got some classic sounds such as jump. This programming on it is deeper than I expected. I could literally go on for pages about how much I love it, but I'm gonna let you look one up yourself. You can also plug your guitar into it to get some interesting sounds.


And my friend came over today with a gift.



I had no idea...



Yay a bunch of cables



And a load of mics! We've got an SM57, some beatup Sure mic, two Radioshack "Realistic" dyanamic mics, another unknown, and an SM58. Pretty cool stuff. They all work, now I just need some practical uses for them.




Oh and I got some shoes. Theyre really comfy and make me feel awesome.


If you want clips of anything specific, let me know!
Gear
3rd Power Amplification HD100
Splawn Competition
Marshall 1987x
Vox AC30C2


Charvel San Dimas 1 2H
2008 Gibson Les Paul Standard
Fender MIM Strat


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#5
Quote by SimplyBen
Does the Micron do 8 Bit sounds?

Yes, theres a patch I really enjoy called "Boss Battle". The Micron has FM Modulation which is great for 8-bit sounds.

@dopelope: Glad youre enjoying your fast track. Theyre great products!
#6
That looks like some awesome stuff! Those new shoes look darn comfy too, to boot!

HNSD!
Amps
Randall RG50TC, Roland Cube 15x

Guitar
LTD MH-100QM, Washburn X12

Effects and Etc.
Ibanez Weeping Demon, Boss FV-500H, Ibanez TS7, Ibanez PH7, dbx 31-band EQ, ISP Decimator
#7
can those shoes do the Drop A br00tz???

hnsd.

i'd enjoy that wah of yours if you really dont want it
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#8
Drools SM57
Caparison Angelus HGS, EMG 85/85 18V | Krank Rev1, JJ's | Mesa Recto Cab | Maxon OD808
#9
I thought the brand on the shoes read "Sharter"...

Why did I laugh?
ESP Horizon NT-II
Schecter Hellraiser C-1
Peavey 6505
Orange PPC412
Maxon OD808
ISP Decimator G-String
Boss TU3
#10
I was more jealous that you got a picture with John Petrucci than any of the gear tbh

But nonetheless, nice man, Happy New Stuff Day.
#11
that blue suitcase has teh mojo.

grats on the new gear. HNSD
I wondered why the frisbee was getting bigger, then it hit me.
#12
I just had a Bad Horsie 2 for a couple of days. I liked it.

There is a trim pot on the PCB labeled "delay" that can be tweaked to adjust the amount of tome for on/off.
#13
high tops FTW
Live Rig
Michael Kelly Custom Shop Plum Telecaster
Michael Kelly Custom Shop Plum Patriot


EVH 5153 50w
Jet City 2x12
Custom Board

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