Originally posted by jupiterone
no you noobs it's not MY studio
No, i know. It's just the cost you have to pay to be using that all the time. I mean it seems like a computer and a sequencer would save you so much. Maybe you don't get the mixing console but at least you can work whenever you want and you don't have to pay each time you do.
is actually a guy.
Registered: May 2006
Location: Sydney, Australia
Nice fitout, but ah... wheres the gear?
Like they have two sampler keyboards and an akai, plus a couple of 24 (or 32?) channel mixing consoles. But I can't even see anything that looks like a decent rack in there?
I have sold most of my old hardware to finance the new monitors, but I have kept a couple of digital PCM synths and recently added a Roland JD-800! I think I'm going to stick with the vintage hardware route for the time being.
The full studio
MOTU 24 I/0, MOTU MIDI Express, Presonus Central Station, Korg Triton Rack, Roland JV-1080
Apple Mac Pro, Muse Research Receptor, Secondary audio PC
Originally posted by DJAnthonyRoss
here's my studio (a bit messy today). There is lots of acoustic treatment behind the burlap on the walls but i still haven't put up all my foam yet. In the next week or so i'm sure
youve got loads in there now looks great. is that a new place? looks like office space than a house or flat.
Registered: Jun 2004
Location: San Antonio, US : TXTA #156
Here is all I'm working with right now. I plan to add a few things next month, but I can't decide what I want. I'm getting tired of using only software.
I've never been able to eat a whole baby.
Kill the women. Eat the children.
It's just one of those days where you want to bend over everyone you know and kiss their ass goodbye with a big sideways boot.