Originally posted by clay
id get a wider desk and get the whole setup out of a corner if possible. ive had almost similar solution in my old apartment and it was impossible caus the left bass was always messy. also the carpetry lol. consider some sound threatment and more distance from wall. just a few suggestions.
I agree, but this is the best i can do right now, as it is in livingroom. But in future i hope to build a decent house with my special area
i feel you. had the same problem for years. finaly have a dedicated room for it (eventhough its small). well its a guestroom but thats just a small bed on the backside, which even works nice for acoustic damping. and i can lie down and listen to my loops while thinking of ideas. love it
Registered: Apr 2010
Originally posted by EddieZilker
Nice. You're getting more into outboard gear, now, or has this been an on-going thing? I seem to remembering you arguing rather earnestly for ITB (not as the only way to go, perhaps, but...)
The only hardware is to get audio in I suppose , preamps / DIs / mics / compressors / guitars / basses / vdrums.
The Nord modulars were for a training course. Other synths were just cheap. I would still argue for ITB as the best way.
Still waiting on furniture to fit a bunch of other stuf but some new preamps , still need a chassis for the api modules, and organize cables. Also bought expansion dso cards for both the g1 and g2. lol. modular nuttyness
And i upgraded the drum module and bought a proper kick drum pad. Some genelecs to rock out to. ANd ya, need to organize cables.