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Unread 03-10-2011, 03:35 PM   #376
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Unread 03-10-2011, 03:41 PM   #377
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Do want!

If you ever want to get rid of this, let me know. I would sell so much shit to make that happen. (I'm talking stuff I would never get rid of otherwise.)

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Unread 03-13-2011, 03:21 PM   #378
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I cleaned up my desk a little bit and this is what it looks like now.


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Ibanez uv7bk green dot, Engl fireball 60, genz benz g flex 2x12.
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Unread 03-13-2011, 09:47 PM   #379
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You guys have a lot of money.
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Unread 03-15-2011, 10:43 PM   #380
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You guys have a lot of money.

that's exactly what i was thinking! i just wish or should i say dream i could afford some of the nice setups of this thread! but kid,wife,house,car,cats etc etc can't afford anything else lol

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Unread 03-17-2011, 01:31 PM   #381
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I'm new to this, and would like to jump into it in the near future... but, Would you really need a Line 6 x3 if you have Logic 9 and guitar rig 4? Would it be necessary if you already have all those guitar presets and other possibilities in the software?
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Unread 03-17-2011, 01:37 PM   #382
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I cleaned up my desk a little bit and this is what it looks like now.

I just saw this desk at staples a week ago and was thinking how it might work for a studio setup.
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Unread 03-17-2011, 05:19 PM   #383
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I just saw this desk at staples a week ago and was thinking how it might work for a studio setup.

That is where I got it. I am really happy about how it is configured. Nice and spacious, and has raised corners for the studio monitors which is a real plus.

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Unread 03-18-2011, 06:25 PM   #384
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Unread 03-20-2011, 01:23 AM   #385
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I'm new to this, and would like to jump into it in the near future... but, Would you really need a Line 6 x3 if you have Logic 9 and guitar rig 4? Would it be necessary if you already have all those guitar presets and other possibilities in the software?
Anybody have an answer for this? and while i'm here I have another question... Are there full drumset presets on Logic 9 and stuff create your own drums to your songs? I'm a noob, thanks.
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Unread 03-20-2011, 10:56 AM   #386
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Anybody have an answer for this? and while i'm here I have another question... Are there full drumset presets on Logic 9 and stuff create your own drums to your songs? I'm a noob, thanks.
Depends on your instrument. I find Guitar Rig almost useless for guitar. As for bass though, it blows POD out of the water.
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Unread 03-21-2011, 12:29 AM   #387
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I'm playing guitar, I got a few answers from someone that works at my local guitarcenter. He said the logic 9 preset drums sound sucky in his opinion and I should probably get some kind of drummer plug in. As for guitar rig 4, is it more worth it than a line 6 pod? Or Vice versa, or both lol. Sorry for the noob questions
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Unread 03-21-2011, 12:06 PM   #388
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I'm playing guitar, I got a few answers from someone that works at my local guitarcenter. He said the logic 9 preset drums sound sucky in his opinion and I should probably get some kind of drummer plug in. As for guitar rig 4, is it more worth it that a line 6 pod? Or Vice versa, or both lol. Sorry for the noob questions
For drums buy Superior 2.0, and for guitar go with the Line 6 POD over guitar rig.



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Unread 03-21-2011, 12:08 PM   #389
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Here is my setup, pretty standard and minimalistic. I mainly use it for synth/samples sequencing for backing tracks but lately I've jumped into recording full songs, it was so tempting! I'm saving money to upgrade the Pod xt for an Axe FX and buy a desktop computer (a Mac Pro probably) but it's too much for my wallet, arrgggg damn money!

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Unread 03-21-2011, 04:34 PM   #390
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For drums buy Superior 2.0, and for guitar go with the Line 6 POD over guitar rig.
Absolutely. I just use my POD GX to run POD Farm 2 with the Metal Foundry for guitar, and just got the Guitar Rig 4 software for the bass. Lol. Just set the POD as your driver.
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Unread 03-23-2011, 06:03 AM   #391
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Depends on your instrument. I find Guitar Rig almost useless for guitar. As for bass though, it blows POD out of the water.
I'd have to disagree, with a simple and relatively lightly EQ'd bass patch from POD Farm you can get some solid results, I was always extremely underwhelmed by Guitar Rig bass, and as for guitar, POD is the usual choice, but listen to (forum) artists like prh(Halcyon) and The Omega Experiment, one uses, and the other has used GR for guitars, and got some pretty amazing payoffs.

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I'd have to disagree, with a simple and relatively lightly EQ'd bass patch from POD Farm you can get some solid results, I was always extremely underwhelmed by Guitar Rig bass, and as for guitar, POD is the usual choice, but listen to (forum) artists like prh(Halcyon) and The Omega Experiment, one uses, and the other has used GR for guitars, and got some pretty amazing payoffs.
You'll have to show me this patch. I can't get any usable tone out of the high G (E) or low B (G#) strings. The GK 800RB is NOWHERE EVEN CLOSE to a SHADE of the amp. At all.

I just run out of my GK 700RB-II and put a bypass tone in my pod -- using it solely as a soundcard. I have to crank it to super loud levels to get a recording.
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Unread 03-28-2011, 12:42 AM   #394
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ehhhh

All of these put mine to shame... This is my corner, where I put on headphones and tone out all the bullshit in my house, guess it's something.



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I'll play.

Where the creation happens


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and last but not least, where the tracking occurs
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^You have tons of amps and you decide to go Line6? Woulnd't it be easier to just do it line out from one of your dead expensive amps?
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I know I know... it's F'ing

It comes more from being lazy and not being in a place where I'm releasing anything. So tone suffers but it doesn't matter for the convenance gained.

I hope to replace the POD with an Axe-FX soon but as I'm not really in the recording business, I spend more time jamming in the man cave than I do tracking guitars in the other room.
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Îf you have any potential in the recording business and if you like music, goddamn go for it. I bet you should know a bunch about guitar sound and such.

BTW, Axe-FX is

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Here is my setup, pretty standard and minimalistic. I mainly use it for synth/samples sequencing for backing tracks but lately I've jumped into recording full songs, it was so tempting! I'm saving money to upgrade the Pod xt for an Axe FX and buy a desktop computer (a Mac Pro probably) but it's too much for my wallet, arrgggg damn money!
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Dude you have an empire
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Dude you have an empire
Ha! Yea, I have a lot of stuff. It's taken me 20 some years to amass the forces seen in this room. I don't really have any other hobbies or vices and gave up drinking so spare dough went to music and gear.

Now I have kids though and the spare dough goes to shit britches and tater tots....
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