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Discussion in 'Recording Studio' started by -Nolly-, Aug 22, 2010.
It doesn't count if you're just sleeping/showering in an actual studio.
But do the skulls' teeth rattle when you drop the bass?
Sort of similar to mine, but you have way more stuff HS7's, Scarlet 2i2 and ATH-M50 here. Kind of minimalist but works for what I need to do atm. Would love to do more of actual amp+cab stuff and less of IR's... but that would be tough on the neighbours
Well this is what I got. The way it's setup is kinda temporary considering I'm hoping to buy a house within the next year and my space is super limited in my apartment. The monitors are, unfortunately, just for music listening at the moment until I buy stands for them.
Corsair 570x case
1TB WD SSD
4TB Seagate Barracuda HDD
16Gb 3200 G. Skill Memory
AMD Ryzen 7 1800X
TT AIO Riing 360mm Liquid cooling
TT 750w gold rated modular PSU
MSI x370 carbon
MSI GTX 1070Ti
2x JBL 305
Universal Audio USB Apollo Twin
M-Audio Air 32 mini
New digital gear-
Bias Amp Pro 2
Pro Tools <-- Clunky ass garbage, going back to reaper for sure.
That's pretty much all the critical stuff
EZ Drummer 2 w/ metal machine exp.
Unfortunately with having to build a whole new PC, I didn't get as much Music specific gear as I would have liked :/
That Great Value trail mix is THE stuff
ok, here are some pictures of my current setup (to be continued)
(you can find a list within my profile)
Even just listening to music would drive me crazy with that placement. I just bought a pair of monitor stands and couldn't believe the difference in sound. I was like getting a brand new pair of monitors. I know guitar center has a pair on sale for $80. That's what I bought over the weekend.
Primary Seven: Schecter Banshee Elite 7
Main Rig: Marshall DSL 40 C
Band: no band at the moment
Primary ERG: Schecter Banshee Elite 7
Sevenstring Guitars: Schecter Banshee Elite 7 FRS
Other Guitars: Ibanez Jem 777 BFP
Preamp/Amps: Marshall DSL 40 C
Effects & Pedals:
Boss ML-2 Metal Core Pedal
Boss CH-1 Chorus
TC Electronic Flashback (Delay)
TC Electronic HyperGravity Compressor
Eventide H9 Max Harmonizer
Ibanez WD7 Weeping Demon (Wa-wa-pedal)
ISP Technologies Decimator Pedal V-II (noice gate)
Cabinets / Monitors: Harley Benton G212 Vintage guitar box (2 x 12" speakers)
Studio & Recording Gear: MacBook Pro 2011, 16 GB RAM, 1TB SSD;
DAW: Logic Pro X
Shure SM57 LC microfon
Focusrite Scarlett 2i2 2nd Gen (audio interface)
Klark Teknik DN 370 (equalizer)
Novation Impulse 61 (keyboard)
EV ZLX 15P (aktive fullrange-speakers)
Soundcraft efx 8 (mixing desk)
Nothing fancy, but works for me.
Main sig chain: Pod HD Pro --> Sennheiser e609 --> Saffire Pro 40 --> Sonar Platinum
Guitar usually is the Ormsby and the cab was something I built myself using 3/4" birch, dovetailed, with (poorly applied) tolex and surface-mounted Celestion G12T-75 from an old Marshall 1960A that got damaged, ran @ 8Ω mono.
latest addition to my setup, I need more inputs, than my id22 offer - I tried to sell it, but there was no interest in, and then MiCO preamp appeared on ebay, so I grabbed it. nice piece of gear, built like a tank, fits nicely under id22 and 4 inputs is exactly what I need
My home rig:
^^^Exact same set-up posted by another user on the previous page??
Haha I thought the exact same thing. I thought I was going crazy though.
Cabinets / Monitors: JBL LSR305 monitors
Studio & Recording Gear: Lenovo notebook
Audio Interface: Focusrite Scarlett 2i2 2nd Gen
FX/Amps: Bunch of free plugins, Eventide GTR4000 (Retired)
Guitars: Strandberg Boden OS7, Fender Mexico Strat
A messy temporary setup until finished moving. I might be really into comics and horror movies, I'm not sayin' nothin'
Here's my simple setup, I want to grab some studio monitors, been mixing with headphones since forever
^^^All that delicious looking gear and no studio monitors! For shame!! JK. Great setup!
Hahaha true, I've just been used to headphones for a long time. Thank you!
Still working on it - specifically need to get some acoustic treatment built and then lock down the cable management. Get's the job done for now.
Not much, but gets the job done: