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CynepMeH
Let me wash your Apple!



Registered: Oct 2002
Location: Miles away from ordinary...

quote:
Originally posted by Sirocco
there tracks are qaulity

specially the goa syndrome tracks.

serpent rider is insane.


Serpent rider????????? you're kidding? I thought it kinda blew... Goa Syndrome - Angel Dust on the other hand is sheer quality! Very very good track, definitely true to Goa/Astral Projection style... check it out:

major t00nage! 0wnz, 4sure


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The producer
tranceaddict in training



Registered: Oct 2003
Location: London, UK

Hello all, Ben (of P.O.P.E) here. Found this site yesterday when skipping through random topics in Yahoo!

I will upload my photo on the net at some point, but here's a listing of the equipment I love and cherish and has done me proud:

Instruments:
E-MU Virtuoso plus ZR76 exp. and World Expedition exp.
Roland JX-305 Keyboard Workstation/Synthesizer
Novation KS-Rack Synthesizer
FAT Freebass 383 Module
Akai Z8 Sampler
Roland SP808ex Sampler
Roland PC-300 Controller Keyboard
Halion
NI Yamaha FM7 V-Synth
NI B4
Absynth V-Synth

Recording:
Tannoy System 600A Studio Monitors
Boss BX-16 Mixer
Focusrite Platinum TrakMaster Channel Strip
Behringer Composer Pro-XL (MDX2600) Compressor/Limiter
Shure SM58LCE Microphone
Steinberg MID-EX 8 MIDI Interface
Creative Audigy Computer Audio/MIDI Interface
LG External CDR/RW

HP PC plus Creative Audigy Soundcard
Cubase VST 5.1 (soon to be Steinberg Nuendo 2!!)
Steinberg Wavelab
Steinberg Recycle
Exact Audio Copy plus LAME
Plus Plug-ins here and there (including good old Ohmboyz)
Sibelius manuscript writer/MIDI software

I'm obsessed with my studio and it pleased me in the professional and ameteur world. I started with my JX305 when I was a mere paper-round 14 and it still plays a very important role in my set-up.

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Sirocco
Parametric Surgeon



Registered: Jan 2003
Location: The Seventh City (New Jersey)

hey man i love your studio..when did u start saving up and how old are you know?

;p i put everytime into my studio savings and i will be 17 next week and just cant wait to get my hands on all those knobs!


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Top 5:
1. R-Tem - Voiceless
2. New Order - Jetstream (Tom Neville Remix)
3. Pillow One - Ministry Of Love
4. Pulser - Point of Impact (Mike Koglin Remix)
5. Armin Van Buuren - Shivers (Christian Webber Mix)

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The producer
tranceaddict in training



Registered: Oct 2003
Location: London, UK

Thank you Sirocco,

Well, as I say, I got my first synthesizer when I was only 14 after many long months of saving after a strange anxiety into the dance music scene. I persuaded my mum to help me out after I arrived at around five hundred pounds sterling, which was a grueling task. I think it was proof enough that I had some form of serious motivation into it.

I started on trance and moved over pretty much all genres of music before realising my heart was still there.

I'm only just turned 20 now, but I've been very lucky to have a good background in production to know exactly what I was looking for. In my present line of work (TV incidental music), my Virtuoso is nothing less than a dream machine. I'm hoping to have a future in Film Scoring and producing... an eclectic mixture though of classical, dark breakbeat, trance/hard house and ethnic.

My advice to you is to go for an acclaimed user friendly analogue modelling synthesizer, like my Novation. The Supernova II is an awesome synth/keyboard plus Waldorf's get the girls wet he he! Forget the Andromeda... In my eyes it ain't worth the money or the hassle. Very good system, but confusing and you won't learn much from it.

If you are not using a computer operating system then why not go for a workstation like the Triton Studio series (very good!) or the Yamaha Motif series (spent a lot of time with one in Singapore and the girls too!!!!).

Any questions you may have pm me anytime. I'm sure I'll be around!!

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Sirocco
Parametric Surgeon



Registered: Jan 2003
Location: The Seventh City (New Jersey)

quote:
Originally posted by The producer
Thank you Sirocco,

Well, as I say, I got my first synthesizer when I was only 14 after many long months of saving after a strange anxiety into the dance music scene. I persuaded my mum to help me out after I arrived at around five hundred pounds sterling, which was a grueling task. I think it was proof enough that I had some form of serious motivation into it.

I started on trance and moved over pretty much all genres of music before realising my heart was still there.

I'm only just turned 20 now, but I've been very lucky to have a good background in production to know exactly what I was looking for. In my present line of work (TV incidental music), my Virtuoso is nothing less than a dream machine. I'm hoping to have a future in Film Scoring and producing... an eclectic mixture though of classical, dark breakbeat, trance/hard house and ethnic.

My advice to you is to go for an acclaimed user friendly analogue modelling synthesizer, like my Novation. The Supernova II is an awesome synth/keyboard plus Waldorf's get the girls wet he he! Forget the Andromeda... In my eyes it ain't worth the money or the hassle. Very good system, but confusing and you won't learn much from it.

If you are not using a computer operating system then why not go for a workstation like the Triton Studio series (very good!) or the Yamaha Motif series (spent a lot of time with one in Singapore and the girls too!!!!).

Any questions you may have pm me anytime. I'm sure I'll be around!!


i would never get a workstation ;p

im thinking about picking up:

Access Virus KC Keyboard/Synth

Yamaha CS6x+An1x board
(PLG150-AN) Keyboard/Synth

Roland JP8080 Rack/Synth

Novation Supernova II Keyboard/Synth

Elektron Machinedrum Rack/Synth

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you can see what im saving for (and buying 1 by 1) at http://www.djandrewparsons.com/site

NO IM NOT andrew parsons, just mooching off his space ;p

>>and once again thanks for the suggestions but i dont like all in one workstations..i just love controlling eveyrhting and being able to upgrade and twist as many knobs as possible. if you have AIM (aol isntant messenger) you can message me with the name "seventh city"


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Top 5:
1. R-Tem - Voiceless
2. New Order - Jetstream (Tom Neville Remix)
3. Pillow One - Ministry Of Love
4. Pulser - Point of Impact (Mike Koglin Remix)
5. Armin Van Buuren - Shivers (Christian Webber Mix)

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The producer
tranceaddict in training



Registered: Oct 2003
Location: London, UK

I'm going back over to New York city again very soon (in a matter of a couple of weeks). My girlfriend lives in NYC and it's a mission to get there from the UK.

I'll be working on music while I'm there and I'm bringing my Virtuoso too!

I take it you're not free to AIM? I tried just moments ago.

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Abject Silver
Senior tranceaddict



Registered: Oct 2002
Location: Ottawa, Canada

let's hear it for percustuff!!!


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Joel Kalsi
tranceaddict in training



Registered: Sep 2003
Location: Tampere, Finland

Here I am at our project studio



Though, I already replied earlier to the other studio-photo posting today :
http://www.tranceaddict.com/forums/...15&pagenumber=5

More information, tracks and photos available at
http://www.joelkalsi.com


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hey cheggy
like a tiger



Registered: Aug 2002
Location: Sydney, Australia

Nice fee, but do they go RAR! everytime you take a step?

Anyway, not a studio, but the cable mess made me laugh. And yes, for acid fans (i think I'm the only one), there's 9 original 303s there and 1 devilfish


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Audio Beverage
Addicted



Registered: Dec 2002
Location:

This is something to think about for all those people who want to buy a JP-8080

quote:

aquinas I read on your website that you have a Roland JP-8080 in your studio, and I am considering buying one; is it a valuable piece of kit, or don't you use it much?

Armin Van Buuren i would actualy not recommend buying it. all the sounds in that machine have been used over and over, if you wanted to be original i wouldnt buy it.


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Audio Beverage
Addicted



Registered: Dec 2002
Location:

And for all those people getting disconcereted with not haveing all those wiz bang gadgets you think you need:

quote:
b1__ How long did it take you to get your home studio to a stage where you could start making quality Trance? Did you do it before you were "big"?

Armin Van Buuren i jsut started with a sampler, and with that i made Blue Fear. you dont need a big studio! its never about the equipment in the kitchen, its about the chef.


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frykshun
tranceaddict in training



Registered: Sep 2003
Location: Atlanta

quote:
Originally posted by GelatinPufF
This is something to think about for all those people who want to buy a JP-8080





that quote from AVB is garbage.If you TRULY want to be original with your sound then you make your own sounds with the JP with a Virus with a DX7 with whatever you got.The JP is a great sound creating tool in my opinion.Yeah the factory presets are played out but if you are someone who makes your tunes by using factory presets then well you probably wont like the JP or any of the other popular AM type synths as most of their presets are played out.To make youre songs unique you gotta make your own sounds and to me the Jp series is a very capable and easily programable machine.


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