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DJ Robby Rox
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Registered: Apr 2007
Location: Tiestoland

Some of you are truley lucky bastards, if I had some of the equipment you guys have I'd never leave my house..

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[Alpha]Dave
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Registered: Oct 2004
Location: Stockholm, Sweden

quote:
Originally posted by DJ Robby Rox
Some of you are truley lucky bastards, if I had some of the equipment you guys have I'd never leave my house..

I wouldn't say "lucky bastards".. It think I can speak for allmost everyone here who has a studio slightly bigger then just a computer when I say this: It has taken years and years of devotion and saving those extra cash here and there to buy the stuff. It's not like a studio is built over a night and we've got the stuff for free... So if you want some quipment yourself, then save up for it.. all it takes is some devotion...


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Fledz
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Registered: Sep 2006
Location: London UK

Hell yea man, I've made so many other sacrifices to pay for everything and I'm nowhere near done.


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Old Post Dec-18-2007 02:45  Croatia
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DJ RANN
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Registered: May 2001
Location: Hollywood....

quote:
Originally posted by mysticalninja
i have the hr824's... and if you like bass, id say pass on these. unless you want to spend another grand for the hrs-120 sub that goes with them.


WTF? Are you serious?

The 824's are known for having nearly too much bass! At work we compensate the mix because when we listen to an 824 mix on other speakers it always sounds light on bass.

Buying the sub is just crazy unless you just want a really bass heavy sytem for listening to tracks, but in that case I wouldn't 824's (or even studio monitors period), rather some nice Hi-fi biased speakers.

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DJ Robby Rox
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Registered: Apr 2007
Location: Tiestoland

quote:
Originally posted by [Alpha]Dave
I wouldn't say "lucky bastards".. It think I can speak for allmost everyone here who has a studio slightly bigger then just a computer when I say this: It has taken years and years of devotion and saving those extra cash here and there to buy the stuff. It's not like a studio is built over a night and we've got the stuff for free... So if you want some quipment yourself, then save up for it.. all it takes is some devotion...


Very true, one day I will be out of college & able to afford my own hardware. Than me and my new access virus will live happily ever after. =]

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alanzo
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Registered: Sep 2003
Location: Boston, MA

quote:
Originally posted by DJ Robby Rox
Very true, one day I will be out of college & able to afford my own hardware. Than me and my new access virus will live happily ever after. =]


I bought 6 viruses while I was in college.

Virus Rack
Virus B
Virus Classic
Virus Powercore
Virus Rack XL
Virus TI

Not all at the same time, of course. It wasn't until my 4th year that I could afford the TI.

Edit:
Though my college years I also owned a Novation A Station, Roland JP8000, Nord Lead 1 and 3, Novation SuperNova II and an Alesis QS 6.1. Again, not all at the same time. The most I've had at the same time was 2 synths.

And now I pretty much just use software... (if you count the Virus VSTi as software).


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DJ RANN
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Registered: May 2001
Location: Hollywood....

quote:
Originally posted by alanzo
I bought 6 viruses while I was in college.

Virus Rack
Virus B
Virus Classic
Virus Powercore
Virus Rack XL
Virus TI

Not all at the same time, of course. It wasn't until my 4th year that I could afford the TI.

Edit:
Though my college years I also owned a Novation A Station, Roland JP8000, Nord Lead 1 and 3, Novation SuperNova II and an Alesis QS 6.1. Again, not all at the same time. The most I've had at the same time was 2 synths.

And now I pretty much just use software... (if you count the Virus VSTi as software).


All those virus's (or is that Virii?) are really a waste of money - the Rack and the B are basically the same beast (with less knobs routing), the classic is the same as the powercore (just a plug in version) and the XL was not much different from the normal rack. The one that really has the most evolution/innovation from previous models is the Ti. In fact from the original Virus, until the the C, there were really variations on a theme (patches, bug fixes etc). The C brought real changes (matrix etc). You must have lost a shitload of cash buying and selling these unless you got real lucky or a total salesman.

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alanzo
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Registered: Sep 2003
Location: Boston, MA

quote:
Originally posted by DJ RANN
All those virus's (or is that Virii?) are really a waste of money - the Rack and the B are basically the same beast (with less knobs routing), the classic is the same as the powercore (just a plug in version) and the XL was not much different from the normal rack. The one that really has the most evolution/innovation from previous models is the Ti. In fact from the original Virus, until the the C, there were really variations on a theme (patches, bug fixes etc). The C brought real changes (matrix etc). You must have lost a shitload of cash buying and selling these unless you got real lucky or a total salesman.


Yeh, I know. I tended to sell one to get another and so on... it was quite a ride.


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DJ RANN
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Registered: May 2001
Location: Hollywood....

quote:
Originally posted by alanzo
Yeh, I know. I tended to sell one to get another and so on... it was quite a ride.


Well, at least you know your virus's inside out!

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Fledz
Lost & Found



Registered: Sep 2006
Location: London UK

Haha yea. Now we all know who to get advice from about getting a certain Virus


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mysticalninja
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Registered: May 2005
Location: Los Angeles

quote:
Originally posted by DJ RANN
WTF? Are you serious?

The 824's are known for having nearly too much bass! At work we compensate the mix because when we listen to an 824 mix on other speakers it always sounds light on bass.

Buying the sub is just crazy unless you just want a really bass heavy sytem for listening to tracks, but in that case I wouldn't 824's (or even studio monitors period), rather some nice Hi-fi biased speakers.


The hrs-120 sub is made to go with the 824's, you're not hearing an accurate balance of ALL the frequencies without it, so I really don't see what is so crazy about it. I really don't think they're worth it without the sub.. but like I said I do bass oriented music and the low end is what i spend most of my time on.


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spolitta
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Registered: Jun 2004
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quote:
Originally posted by mysticalninja
The hrs-120 sub is made to go with the 824's, you're not hearing an accurate balance of ALL the frequencies without it, so I really don't see what is so crazy about it. I really don't think they're worth it without the sub.. but like I said I do bass oriented music and the low end is what i spend most of my time on. You probably aren't mixing club music at your work..


There is a low freq cutoff switch on the back, make sure it's not set at 90.

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