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 Post subject: Re: Show Us Your Studio!
PostPosted: Thu Apr 11, 2013 12:49 am 
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Does the dog come with the studio or did the studio come with the dog?


I'd lose the studio long before that dog. That's the best pet we've ever had!

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 Post subject: Re: Show Us Your Studio!
PostPosted: Thu Apr 11, 2013 5:59 am 
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here's the stuff (that never gets used ) :( :oops:

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10x9 Hoarders paradise

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keyboard controller and the computer hub running Sonar with the KRK monitors

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the lonely effects rack---jv880 at the top, ART Gold preamp, Alesis Eq, Lexicon mpx 100 delay/reverb unit, patchbay

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Yammie sequencer for CDA

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More boxes...still like the Yammie Reverb at the bottom if it wasn't so scratchy...

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Echo Audiofire audio interface...great little unit

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collection of mics...nothing of great value or importance--trusty shure sm57 and Oktava MK 319 keep me warm

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Ibanez Jazz box, Fender Squier 60's Tele

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815 Taylor, '71 Gibson SG, '81 Fender Butterscotch Tele, Ibanez again, '80 Fender precision bass

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Ibanez 335 knock off

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'75 Aria perpetually tuned to Dminor, MIM Fender Strat

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'70-71 Sunn 2x12 120 watt tube monster

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Bass cab- 15 inch JBL in poorly constructed box

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Solid state Vox amps... the little Pathfinder is one of the best values around for $130(less used)..out of production this year I believe... get one before they are gone.

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Jumpered '66 blackface Fender Bandmaster and Lopoline cab, MIni Fender Deluxe on top(fun to record)

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requisite pedal board shot...

that's about all she wrote 'cept for the bottom of the barrel Flamenco gtr, Mackie mixer, a couple of blown out Behringer Truth monitors, spider web of cables, headphone mixer and of course, the AW16G warhorse used for live stuff...someday.

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 Post subject: Re: Show Us Your Studio!
PostPosted: Thu Apr 11, 2013 10:03 am 
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Jesus I think I need to invest in more equipment. :)
I`ve always had a thing about being minimalistic, I wonder if that`s an ism. :wink:
Like the Bandmaster Rev, good post.

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 Post subject: Re: Show Us Your Studio!
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Jesus I think I need to invest in more equipment. :)
I`ve always had a thing about being minimalistic, I wonder if that`s an ism. :wink:
Like the Bandmaster Rev, good post.

T.



Stick with your minimalist theory...the old Bandmaster, my Tele and the Taylor are about the only things I really need instrument-wise...

:) salud!

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 Post subject: Re: Show Us Your Studio!
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bokchoy wrote:
T.Mac. wrote:
Jesus I think I need to invest in more equipment. :)
I`ve always had a thing about being minimalistic, I wonder if that`s an ism. :wink:
Like the Bandmaster Rev, good post.

T.



Stick with your minimalist theory...the old Bandmaster, my Tele and the Taylor are about the only things I really need instrument-wise...

:) salud!


Can't agree more! If I had a more diverse instrument inventory (mando, banjo, etc.) I wouldn't mind the clutter--And I only have 8 guitars/basses down there. I have rack stuff that I'll never use again, just can't seem to let go. The only things I really need are what I can't afford; a good ribbon mic and a quality LDC...


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 Post subject: Re: Show Us Your Studio!
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Yeah I know guys, I used to own a few amps but I don`t need them anymore (it`s the digital age) and I don`t really have the space anymore as you`ve seen, I need room to do my pogoing and body popping and dislocating when recording :wink:

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 Post subject: Re: Show Us Your Studio!
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RZ wrote:
I'd lose the studio long before that dog. That's the best pet we've ever had!


you are rising in my esteem.

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 Post subject: Re: Show Us Your Studio!
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Bok. So that's where you are at 4:28 in the morning. I bet you could squeeze some real good music out of that stuff.

I think i saw some of the homework you were supposed to do 40 years ago !

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 Post subject: Re: Show Us Your Studio!
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This is a nice home studio.


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 Post subject: Re: Show Us Your Studio!
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T.Mac. wrote:
Jesus I think I need to invest in more equipment. :)

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Much like this guy did.


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 Post subject: Re: Show Us Your Studio!
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Nope, i don't see a single geetar ... :(

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This is a nice home studio.

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 Post subject: Re: Show Us Your Studio!
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Jesus I think I need to invest in more equipment. :)

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Much like this guy did.


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I wouldn't like to have to pay his electricity bill.

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 Post subject: Re: Show Us Your Studio!
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I wouldn't like to have to pay his electricity bill.


I'd like to be able to pay that bill. :)

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 Post subject: Re: Show Us Your Studio!
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Yammie sequencer for CDA



I never used one of those, but they are meant to be very useful. Did you get much milage out of it?


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 Post subject: Re: Show Us Your Studio!
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I can`t believe we`ve got this far without mentioning cheese... oh damn #-o

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 Post subject: Re: Show Us Your Studio!
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I had totally forgotten about my old 8 track studio. There's nothing like analog tape.

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 Post subject: Re: Show Us Your Studio!
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I can`t believe we`ve got this far without mentioning cheese... oh damn #-o


Twice before you. Look on page 4! :D :D

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 Post subject: Re: Show Us Your Studio!
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Yammie sequencer for CDA



I never used one of those, but they are meant to be very useful. Did you get much milage out of it?


Nope... got in on Craigslist for cheap $$ and just never sat down to figure it out... I think Yamaha and Roland make great stuff, but sometimes their units are so hard to figure out with my pea brain(at least some of the 80" gear)...plus, current computer software is so much more efficient, east, etc. etc. etc. If you want I could add it to your collection! Really. just say the word. :?: :)

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I can`t believe we`ve got this far without mentioning cheese... oh damn #-o


Twice before you. Look on page 4! :D :D


I should`ve known :)

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I never used one of those, but they are meant to be very useful. Did you get much milage out of it?


Nope... got in on Craigslist for cheap $$ and just never sat down to figure it out... I think Yamaha and Roland make great stuff, but sometimes their units are so hard to figure out with my pea brain(at least some of the 80" gear)...plus, current computer software is so much more efficient, east, etc. etc. etc. If you want I could add it to your collection! Really. just say the word. :?: :)


Oooh yes! What did you have in mind, sir?


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