#1
So i've been building on my studio for a few months and i figured that some people on here would like bounce ideas or talk technique with me.

any feedback would be awesome!
#4
Alright, what kind of gear are you using for recording? What do you know? What do you want to achieve?
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#6
Right now for drum mics, i used the cad basic set up, for vocals i have an akg 220. I record any type of music but metal is a lot of fun for me. I am still fairly new but ive studied the pants off of recording techniques. Id like to keep it a hobby but anyone that doesnt like to make money with there hobby is crazy.
#7
Alright, not a bad start, a lot better than what most people use. What are you using for an interface?
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#8
Quote by Martindecorum
I'm assuming dampening walls, to soak up the reverb and make the sound within the room nice and dry to cancel bleed

what i was planning until i get a legit building was building a room within a room.
its pretty interesting.
#9
a tascam us-1800 its a 8 channel plus 2 instrument channel board.
#10
You have a decent interface. I have the US-2000, which is the bigger brother. Also working on a small home studio. Just ordered the Art VLA II and still need a few more pieces to complete my gear. Also looking for a ribbon mic. Pics in my gear area. Still learning...
#11
Thats awesome! i got a really good deal on the interface so i went with it, i really wish i would have gotten an interface that branched out into more inputs but for what i am doing it is working perfect. What im worried about the most is recording guitars. I recently downloaded guitar rig 4 and i fell in love with it has anyone messed with it?