Looks pretty simple, clean, and useable. Although other people have complex-looking setups, yours is pretty "concise." Nicely done.
Thanks By the way i didn't include the software vsts and sample cds in that drawer under my pc. I got over 200 sample cds and vsts in there including vsts based samplers like atmosphere, trilogy, kontakt, kompakt, intakt,sampletank, and many many more. I'm gonna start loading them in, gonna take a while. Probably gonna fill my 120 gig harddrive in no time.
I plan on purchasing the powercore virus also probably around september when i have the cash, so my nordlead3 has a friend to play with.
I'm a very neat person and I fiond that I wortk more efficiently in a uncluttered space. Good lighting, fresh air, room to stretch are important to me. Also the more hardware you have the more confusing it gets, it forces you to learn what you have.
Registered: Aug 2003
Location: Hasselt, Belgium
awsome equip !! it looks simple .. but it's very advanced ... i like that ... easy to work too !! A nice and tidy produce-corner
by the way, what are your experiences with the E-Mu 1212 ?? i'm planning to get myself a card like that if it's good ...
Registered: Mar 2003
I highly recommend the enu 1212m. A few reasons why it's a great card is
1.It has great ad/da converters, top of the line used in the flagship pro tools system. The only stuff that sounds better is if you dish out 3000$ for something like an apogee 8000.
2.Latency is very low, can go to 2ms.
3. Sound quality is incredible and even beats cards like the Lynx 2(1500$) in most snr and freq tests, even better if u export at 24 96.
4. The drivers although still in their infancy are very stable.
5. The onboard emu dsp chip is great. You can run pretty cool effects without any hit on cpu.
6. if you need more inputs , you can always buy the breakout box seperatley (300us$)