Originally posted by TaylorR
i see that it is a simple yet very, very effective set-up. if you know how to use everything you got, you could do some major damage . maybe some of your vst plugins consist of pro-53 and absynth ? very clean, btw.
Thanks my friend. Yes..its very simple setup but powerful. And I do have Absynth and pro-53 of course. lol
it's fricken sexy alright but if i had all that stuff, i think i would be too clustered and lose my creativity . which is why lavish's set-up is very nice to me .
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Finally got some hardware! Only a MIDI controller. Got it today me soo happy!
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Last edited by Chris Crossland on Aug-26-2006 at 02:42
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i'm in love with that controller too =)
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Lavish nice setup must say looks very clean,
Now i hope u guys with mini studios like these pump up some good tracks ! or else im going to have to show you what a 1.5 ghz setup with a 20 gig drive and 512 MB of RAM can do....
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Last edited by Reactance on Jul-13-2006 at 12:01
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Originally posted by SebG
You have your monitors switched. The ports should be on the outside.
Just FYI .
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Location: Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
btw, i noticed that almost everyone here has a midi controller. i wonder if a person like me who doesn't have any idea on the chords/notes/theory and no musical background should get one too? i sort of find my keys by trial and error and draw notes using just my ears to judge. i do try to press some notes using the keyboard (laptop). but of course, i do get comments that my pads are off key sometimes when i think it sounds just alright.