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Eric J
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Registered: Nov 2006
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quote:
Originally posted by Jmanch
Eric J, I'm located in San Antonio.
Is your studio open to the public?


I'm sorry, but it is not open to the public. It's just my personal studio.

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Jmanch
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Registered: Sep 2006
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quote:
Originally posted by Eric J
I'm sorry, but it is not open to the public. It's just my personal studio.


Oh alright cool, you have a very nice studio though! I'm jeleous:]


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Eric J
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Registered: Nov 2006
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Thanks, it's taken me 10 years and a lot of cash, but the results are worth it!

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Existo22
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Registered: Jul 2006
Location: On Da Plane Wit Da Wayne ;)

quote:
Originally posted by Eric J
Got some updates to the studio guys.

Added a new desk, Producer Station that's 6 feet long! loving it.

Plus I added a new Nord Lead 3 and a Novation Nova.

New Full Studio



Nord Lead 3



Computer and Novation Nova with proper speaker placement (finally!)



New Rack 1



New rack 2



Software



Full equipment list and other goodies on my site at http://www.downgrooves.com


Awesome EDM studio!

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Jason_R
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Registered: Feb 2004
Location: High Wycombe

Eric J excellent studio & very clealy laid out. Do you still find your using the sound modules such as the jv and proteus 2000?

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Eric J
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Eric J excellent studio & very clealy laid out. Do you still find your using the sound modules such as the jv and proteus 2000?


You know I really don't use them all that much anymore. The JV 1080 in particular is a great "bread and butter" synth, great for "real" instruments. So if I need a good sounding Piano or even a good choir, I'll turn to the JV for that. There is a patch called Deep Strings that has some of the best sounding strings I've ever heard, especially in the low registers. If you play a low C (octave 2 or 3) on that patch its got a great Cello type feel to it. Very warm. It gets more usage for non-EDM stuff.

The Proteus 2000 actually has some good basses and a few decent leads, and it is sort of quasi-analog in that I have the ability to tweak traditional analog synth parameters with the front knobs such as filter cutoff, resonance, etc.

I've had them for over 5 years now, so I kind of feel I've exhausted the possibilities with both of them and I'm kind of burnt on the sounds, but the good thing about that is that I know exactly where they will fit in a mix should I need them.

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JeffAlford
tranceaddict in training



Registered: May 2007
Location: Vern-Sur-Seiche

I started on a Yamaha PSR 200, 16 years ago...now...look at my "office", that's not trippy at all..haha



This isn't my first setup though I must say, I've had alot of other gear b4 that I sold (regretfully) to buy newer stuff to find my true sound... When I got my first synth 16 yrs ago, I kept on wanting more sounds. And I still want more, I can't help it...


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DJAnthonyRoss
Haunting Mass Appeal



Registered: Oct 2003
Location: San Diego

lol ... heres my updates per some helpful people in this thread... speakers are a bit more balanced and these auralex pad's made all the difference in the WORLD. so thankyou.

virus c in there as well


and here's one with me about to go to a gangsta white party... i've never had so much fun wearing $10 bling in my life


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ASFSE
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Registered: Aug 2005
Location: the bay

i am so jealous of ppl with dual screens + big ol monitors

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echosystm
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Registered: Jul 2004
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AnthonyRoss, your speakers are still WAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAY way off man! Not much point in having auralex pads when they're like that lol.

Get a measuring tape and measure the gap between the speakers. Each speaker should be the same distance as that from your head when you are sitting. You need to do this to get a proper stereo image. What you've got there is probably about 140cm apart and 60cm away, so you're sitting 80cm "off axis" and your monitors sweet spot would be totally ruined.

Ideally you would want it to be 3-4 feet apart (90-120cm) with your monitors on a 30 degree (or so) angle. If you drew a 2 imaginary lines extending out from the monitors, they should cross overabout just infront of your nose.

You'll never get this perfect, but try get as close as you can. Monitor positioning is very important. You will notice the difference when you do it properly

BTW: You should use the flat wedge on your monitor pads so that they aren't angled down.

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DJAnthonyRoss
Haunting Mass Appeal



Registered: Oct 2003
Location: San Diego

quote:
Originally posted by echosystm
AnthonyRoss, your speakers are still WAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAY way off man! Not much point in having auralex pads when they're like that lol.

Get a measuring tape and measure the gap between the speakers. Each speaker should be the same distance as that from your head when you are sitting. You need to do this to get a proper stereo image. What you've got there is probably about 140cm apart and 60cm away, so you're sitting 80cm "off axis" and your monitors sweet spot would be totally ruined.

Ideally you would want it to be 3-4 feet apart (90-120cm) with your monitors on a 30 degree (or so) angle. If you drew a 2 imaginary lines extending out from the monitors, they should cross overabout just infront of your nose.

You'll never get this perfect, but try get as close as you can. Monitor positioning is very important. You will notice the difference when you do it properly

BTW: You should use the flat wedge on your monitor pads so that they aren't angled down.


thanks for your reply, the speakers you see are on swivel arms so these arne't exactly how they look now. the desk is very wide which makes it hard to make this triangle you speak off but trust me i've come about as close as i can.

also i angle them down because aparently(according to sos) your ear is suppose to be level with the top of the speaker cone...

so that silver linining above the speaker is where my ear level is suppose to adjacent to. unfortunatly my chair sits a little low so i've angled them accordingly.

but i'm open to other advice - Anthony


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echosystm
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Yeah, it's hard to do on those desks, I ended up selling mine lol

The closest you can get is probably putting the monitors on stands right next to the metal poles and using a keyboard tray so you can sit 40cm further back.

I guess it's no biggie really, just sit like 80cm back from where you are atm when youre listening critically. You won't be able to reach your keyboard etc. though so mixing will be a bit of a bitch - have to keep sliding back and forth to check stuff.

The higher frequencies are, the more directional they are. The lower they are, the less directional they are. By "directional" I mean your ears being able to distinguish where it's comming from. SO, with that in mind your ears should really be in line with your tweeters, or maybe just a tiny bit below. I don't really think thats a huge issue though, since you're going to slouch/sit upright/slouch/sit upright etc. and youre constantly going to be changing position lol.

With the angling down I would be more concerned about the phase alignment of the speakers, since the highs will reach your ears slightly faster than the rest. I know this is why it is bad to place your speakers horzontally, but dunno what effect that has tilting vertically. Maybe someone can clear that up

If it's bad, you can just adjust the height of the shelves
But, looking at it now, the angle doesn't look significant enough to make any difference.

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