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Unread 08-22-2010, 08:14 AM   #1
 
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Show us your home studio setup!

I thought there was a running thread on this already, but a search is showing up nothing, so here goes! As well as posting pictures of your recording setup, it'd be cool if you say what you're planning on adding/upgrading. If you want to sing the praises of your favourite hardware/software then feel free to do that too!


Right, to kick things off here's my rig, which I'm currently recording the Red Seas Fire album with:



So, we have:

iMac 27" i7 processor 8gb RAM, running Logic Pro 9
PreSonus Firestudio interface
Adam A7 monitors
Axe-FX Ultra
Radial Pro-RMP reamp box
Vovox and Evidence Audio cabling

Not in picture:
VHT 2/50/2 power amp
Diezel RL412 cab with V30s
Audient MiCo preamp
Shure SM7b mic (such a great mic)

Also, these are my current tracking guitars, at least until my Rico Jr's arrive:



Blackmachine B2 and Dæmoness custom Cimmerian 7. Both with Bare Knuckle Rebel Yell bridge/VHII neck pickups (the best IMO).

Finally, this belongs to my drummer but has a semi-permanent residence here for practises and for occasions such as this coming week, when we will be tracking drums for the Red Seas Fire album:



Roland TD-10 electronic kit. Iron Cobra pedals not pictured.


Software-wise, I couldn't function without the Toontrack drum software, and the Lexicon reverbs rock my world. Recently grabbed a copy of Trilian bass, and I'm loving that to pieces.
As far as hardware goes, the Axe-FX is where the whole journey into recording started in earnest, so that is incredibly important to my setup. It was when I got the Adam A7s that my mixes began to improve considerably, so they get a massive thumbs-up from me.


So, over to you, look forward to seeing your rigs!
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Unread 08-22-2010, 08:36 AM   #2
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I haven't got many detailed pictures of my studio, so this video will help.

- Apple Mac Pro 8-core 2.8Ghz, 4GB RAM
- Pro Tools 8
- Digi 003
- Little Labs Redeye
- Superior drummer
- Adam A7's
- Tonnes of samples, plugins etc

Mic's

- Shure SM57's and SM58's
- Audix i5
- Audio Technica AT4033a
- Senheiser e609

For the album I borrowed a Shure SM7 and a CharterOak SA538B. Both amazing mics for what they do.


Guitar Gear

- Fractal Audio Axe Fx
- VHT Poweramp
- Zilla V30 cab (purple tolex for tone)
- Marshall V30 cab
- Blackmachine b2
- Blackmachine b6
- Ibanez RGT2020

All guitar loaded with Bare Knuckle Pickups.


For a few more pics of the studio check out the band's tumblr.

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Good first two posts I'd say

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Gloat time..

My mixing/writing room..



Main Studio room...with a band in, bit messssy.



Drum room..



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Macbook 2 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo
2GB RAM (about to upgrade so I can run Pro Tools properly)
Running Logic Studio 8 and Pro Tools (barely)
Superior Drummer

Line 6 POD X3 Pro (recording direct via USB)
There's also a Furman power conditioner in the rack atm, currently saving for a Carvin TS-100 poweramp
Marshall JCM-900 Lead 1960 4x12 cab.

Guitar wise I have an Agile Intrepid 828 with stock pickup:


Also have an Ibanez RG7421/7621 which I'm planning on sanding down and staining:


I also have an Ibanez RGR08 6er (which I don't seem to have a picture of)
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My "studio" is pretty much my bedroom. This pic is from last year, but not that much has changed.

X3 into M-box 2 (Pro Toos)
17" intel Laptop
KRK Rokit monitors


I replaced the JP7 with a koa Carvin DC727. I also use a '75 strat, a '55 Gibson acoustic and my Taylor. I use the micro cube for when I'm too lazy to fire up pro tools. I don't have any new pics, but here are a couple of the V I'm building and the koa DC727.





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My home studio is also located in my bedroom

Computer:
Acer Aspire 9414 laptop, 1.86GHz dualcore T2130, and 2GB of RAM
Running Reaper, Addictive Drums, Absynth, and PodFarm for recording

Hardware stuff:
Line 6 UX2, couple of cables, a VOX AD30VT-XL which I don't record with and only play clean on , and a Philips amp+speakers (speakers are FB 561, really old haha). And a Sony CD player. Oh and a cheap 30 euro's mic. and an Evolution UC33e. AND Sennheiser HD380 Pro's.

Guitar stuff:

OLP fat strat, Schecter Hellraiser C-1 FR with stock EMG's (81tw/89). Also a Dunlop GCB-95 wahwah and a marshall footswitch

I will be upgrading to an AxeFX ultra with the atomic reactor soon, BUT I'm only 16 yet so it's gonna take alot of saving up.. already halfway there though.
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Wicked, great responses guys!
Very jealous of your setup Browne, I'd love to have that much space. Don't think you can really call it a home studio but I'll let you get away with it
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I approve of the level of mac use in this thread, when it's not 12am, and daylight is about, I'll get some pics going. Great stuff gents.
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Here is a humble (more like homely) setup...

Things of note...

I NEED a new interface. Ill likely be getting a Firestudio or Firepod here shortly...

Macbook is setting under some shit and isn't shown, but i occasionally use Logic Pro and iMovie for videos...

PC-side I use Reaper and Steven Slate Drums (NO METAL FOUNDRY!?!?)

I use a SM57 to mic my cab which is setting behind my RG7421...

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I have more of a "budget setup" hahaha




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We have the same monitor!

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Hey Nolly what do you use that reamp box for? Run recorded tracks through different axe fx patches?
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Hey Nolly what do you use that reamp box for? Run recorded tracks through different axe fx patches?
I do that if I'm mixing for a band and they've sent me raw DIs, but it also means I can reamp through the Axe-fx->VHT->cab->mic. It's not really feasible to do all my tracking at high volume with the amp blaring behind me, so I'm tracking with the Axe-fx direct, then reamping when I've got the takes all down. Also, I'll be borrowing amps to try and nail the tone I want.
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Nolly your setup is killer that would be my dream setup but a bit low on funds The only thing that you need to do is get a new desk
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i have one of the most budget bedroom djent recording setups there is:

-ibanez RG7321 with d sonic in bridge
-pod xt recorded direct through USB
-regular macbook
-50 dollar 2.1 computer speaker setup
-software includes reaper and dfh, thats it
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Hey Nolly/Dezmond,

Im thinking of buying some Holy Diver pickups. Im looking for a warm tone, good for fusion, but with enough gain to play prog metal. When I contacted the guys at Bareknuckle, they suggested I get the Holydiver pickup for that sound.

You've tried before I seem to remember. what are they like?

P.S sorry for the off topic reply.
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In this picture:

Apogee ONE USB Audio Interface
DiMarzio Instrument Cable
Gibson Les Paul Classic (Ebony)
MacBook Pro 13" running Logic Pro 9
Bose Around-Ear Headphones
iMac

Not pictured:
Shure SM57
Fender '65 Reissue Twin Reverb Amp
Ibanez Prestige S5470 (Satin Oil)



I'm looking to eventually purchase S2.0 and expansions, an Axe-Fx Ultra, and some proper monitors. That's really all I need...I could easily afford it right now but I like keeping things simple. The results I am getting sound solid...it's more about knowing your gear than having one million blinking boxes at your disposal.

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Hey Nolly/Dezmond,

Im thinking of buying some Holy Diver pickups. Im looking for a warm tone, good for fusion, but with enough gain to play prog metal. When I contacted the guys at Bareknuckle, they suggested I get the Holydiver pickup for that sound.

You've tried before I seem to remember. what are they like?

P.S sorry for the off topic reply.
I think Nolly had a Holy Diver in one of his guitars, so I'll let him chime in on that.

The Rebel Yell in the bridge or Coldsweat should do the job. VHII in the neck I think for what you are after. Give me a shout if you want to try some.
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Bedroom budget studio.



Windows XP SP3 with OSX skin.
Quadcore
4gb Ram
M-Audio AV40 Monitors (just for tracking no mixing)
Nuendo 3
Waves Bundles
Addictive Drums/Superior 2.0
Tonnes of other awesome plugins.
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I track everything with a 1992 RG570 in a sexy yellow flamed maple finish using my POD X3 and my own patches.

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Im thinking of buying some Holy Diver pickups. Im looking for a warm tone, good for fusion, but with enough gain to play prog metal. When I contacted the guys at Bareknuckle, they suggested I get the Holydiver pickup for that sound.

You've tried before I seem to remember. what are they like?

P.S sorry for the off topic reply.
No worries Nic, the Holy Diver is a great pickup for what you mentioned. They're nice and warm, very versatile too.
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