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Posted by Thee-O on Apr-22-2006 17:03:

quote:
Originally posted by mysticalninja
Wow, I LOVE that setup.. All the Synths, compressors and FX boxs right infront of you under the monitor like that.. I like the couch too. and keyboards behind you .. very nice works good for that room. You should get another LCD, you got plenty of room there.


Yeah the layout of the room is very nice. We can get about 5 people in there ands still work in a comfortable enviroment. Yeah I know I should get another monitor. I am debating though...another 20 inch or just get the 30 inch apple cinema display...that thing is so fucking beautiful.


Posted by spolitta on Apr-22-2006 20:33:

quote:
Originally posted by Low Profile
what is that synth/groovebox on your table??


Its a DX200 which I sold on ebay last month.


Posted by canabatz on Apr-27-2006 15:18:

This is my studio
Studio:

The Studio Equipment :
Novation Nova

Korg MS2000R

Waldorf MicroQ

MAM MB33 II analog Bass synth

E-MU Planet phatt

Motu MIDI Express XT midi HUB with 128 MIDI channels

2 X AARDVARK AARK 24 sound cards with 16 in and 16 out !

Mackie 32X8X2 32*8

Genelec 1030A Studio Monitors

Software I'm using :

Cubase SX 3 ,WAVlab 5

VSTi :

Reaktor , absynth ,Vanguard , ARP2600 , Hypersonic , Halion

DiscoDSP Discovery , Kontakt , Xphrase And alot of VST effects!

Mastering :

HarBal
http://www.psychoface-rec.com/artis...es/DSC01512.jpg
http://www.psychoface-rec.com/artists/producers/petyrigum/images/DSC01512.jpg


Posted by Alekos on Apr-28-2006 07:14:

quote:
Originally posted by djshaman
Yeah, I have a smoke machine. The are airial lasers, so you have to have smoke otherwise they are not that visible

or you have to smoke a pak of cigarettes with the doors closed


Posted by MoonMan on Apr-29-2006 09:17:

Heres my pure soft studio.


Posted by tranceinjection on Apr-29-2006 11:29:

My studio

Is my studio good enough or do I need more equipment?




http://img.epinions.com/images/opti...-resized200.jpg


Posted by Chronosis on Apr-29-2006 15:59:

^ Looks like you're happy with what you got.


Posted by Liran-A on Apr-29-2006 16:05:

quote:
Originally posted by tranceinjection
My studio

Is my studio good enough or do I need more equipment?




http://img.epinions.com/images/opti...-resized200.jpg


LOLLLLLL


Posted by Four_On_Four-er on Apr-29-2006 18:31:

ROTF!!

Hey this is cool... I got to find a way to post a pic of my ghetto setup -- AFTER I remove the truckloads of clutter (sigh).

quote:
Originally posted by MoonMan
Heres my pure soft studio.



All hail the fruit!
Use any VSTs?


Posted by AlexKross on Apr-29-2006 21:24:

hi there
for those who want to see mine
have a look here
http://www.dja-lex.com/pages/photos_eng.htm

leave a message on my guestbook if you have one min lol!


Posted by messytechie on Apr-30-2006 01:23:

This isnt a dig at anyone in particular - but after seeing many of these photos it amazes me the amount of people who spend shedloads of cash on gear, and then put their monitor speakers on desks or bookshelves. Its insane.

For gods sake people go to Argos and get a £20 pair of proper speaker stands, the difference is incredible.

Or better than that go get a £200 pair of pro ones!! dribble


Posted by Four_On_Four-er on Apr-30-2006 04:28:

HA!

Then you are going to laugh up a hairball when you see how I tried to get around my monitor placement delima (photo pending).


Posted by dj alliance on Apr-30-2006 10:46:

Ho an earth can ppl afford all this equipment....half you lot have got studios that would be welcomed in a top studio in London. ALL I HAVE IS A COMPUTER.


Posted by tranceinjection on Apr-30-2006 12:01:

Jester

Most people just start with a computer or their family are musical and they just borrow the equipment.
Some people are bank robbers and can go out and pay cash for their equipment;-) some have good jobs and buy some much gear a week.
Some buy their wife or fiancť a cheaper ring and spend the rest on equipment ;-) some just save up for a year and then blow a grand or two on things they drooled over all year.
Some get higher purchase or blow insane amounts on credit cards; some sell their grandparentís brotherís sisters etc to Microsoft so they can experiment on them to see why they use a Mac.
Some just buy second hand gear and hope it lasts them, some get paranoid and wish they had bought new gear and start making pop music.
The point is that they started with a simple computer and built up their equipment over time, some birthday Christmas money was well received and well spent.
Or you could ask the one hit wonders like hear say to sell you their equipment cheap?

Ps, The other half pinched the equipment from high end London studioís :-)


Posted by Mr.Mystery on Apr-30-2006 14:14:

quote:
Originally posted by dj alliance
Ho an earth can ppl afford all this equipment....half you lot have got studios that would be welcomed in a top studio in London. ALL I HAVE IS A COMPUTER.

Like I said before...

Years of dedication. It's not like some of these studios were built overnight.


Posted by T-Soma on Apr-30-2006 15:35:

Yup, i thaught i would never have anything. But now i have already spent over $3000-4000 and im 15!!
My rules...
Only buy new cloths if you gotta, only eat what you gotta, only spend money on transport when you gotta, when you go to the movies dont take a girl and if you do take her, dont offer to pay you fool! Make sure you get student fees if you can. Dont get a large popcorn ;get a small, the hell with it, dont get fking popcorn! If someone at your work asks if you want to take there shift you say yes and ask if they have any others or know of any other free shifts.
If someone says they will give you $5 to suck their ....
ok maybe to far but you get the point.




Posted by Limit on Apr-30-2006 17:59:

quote:
Originally posted by dj alliance
Ho an earth can ppl afford all this equipment....half you lot have got studios that would be welcomed in a top studio in London. ALL I HAVE IS A COMPUTER.



It all goes to hell in the end. All yo need now is a pretty fast computer and you can do just about anything. Don't bother with all that hardware. i started as a hardware man so I can never convert, but I suggest you stick with software. Most of it is much cheaper and you can get the same results. Its all about what you can do with your tools not what the tools can do for you.


Posted by [Alpha]Dave on Apr-30-2006 18:23:

Here is my little studio






Posted by simplcake on May-01-2006 00:28:

damn nice shit around here


Posted by TheChuckster on May-01-2006 02:27:

My studio:


Yeah, not that impressive. I wrote the softsynth myself in C++ though. It generates 4 waveforms including the DJ Tandu - Ayla lead. And sometimes I sample the cat! Sometimes all it takes for that perfect hi hat sound is recording its hissing.

And hey crrrazydan, what a surprise to see you here!


Posted by Four_On_Four-er on May-01-2006 03:05:

quote:
Originally posted by Limit
It all goes to hell in the end. All yo need now is a pretty fast computer and you can do just about anything. Don't bother with all that hardware. i started as a hardware man so I can never convert, but I suggest you stick with software. Most of it is much cheaper and you can get the same results. Its all about what you can do with your tools not what the tools can do for you.


Ahmen!... I'm planning on being conservative with me extra spending money -- still, I'm all software except for this JP-8080. I tell you, it was worth it! Maybe it's because I'm always a work-in-progress, but there's something about how certain synthesizers sound. They are unique to one another, and architecture seems to have a stronger emphasis on how an oscillator sounds.


Posted by soundrush on May-02-2006 12:04:

quote:
Originally posted by dEEkAy
April 2006:





yeah, looks pretty comfortable.

btw.. hast du die tische auser schule geklaut?


Posted by Mr.Mystery on May-02-2006 13:08:

quote:
Originally posted by TheChuckster
My studio:

Why is it that cats always look like they're just about to kill me in pictures?


Posted by tonkproject on May-02-2006 13:15:

my studio as it is
















MIXING TABLE
=============
STANTON FINAL SCRATCH2
2 DECKS STANTON t80
1 MIXER STANTON M 303
1 APPLE IBOOK 12"
HEADPHONES SONY MDR-V700

PRODUCING TABLE
==============
2 ROLAND D-10
EVOLUTION UC - 33
ROLAND JP 8080
MICROKORG

MY LOVELLY PC
=============
ASUS P4P800 E DELUXE
P4 3.2 HYPERTHREADING
2GB DDRAM DUAL CORSAIR
2 HDD MAXTOR : 40 + 160
RME HDSP 9632 + AEB4-I
2 TC POWERCORE WITH ALL THE VST PLUGINS
1 UAD WITH ALL THE PLUGINS INCLUDED ASWELL
17" TFT ADI MICROSCAN
............
AND LOADS OF PLUGINS AND SAMPLE CD'S/DVD'S


Posted by T-Soma on May-02-2006 13:33:

I love your setup, all the stanton gear going together.
How is the 303 stanton mixer?
Also, get a stand for your laptop lol.


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