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Old 28th July 2008 , 12:35 PM
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HARDWARE

Mac Pro 8 core + 10GB ram
Apogee Duet
UAD-1e/UAD-2 Quad
TC powercore firewire
Korg Kontrol 49
Microkorg XL
Moog Little phatty stage II
Access virus C
Quasimidi 309
Rane SM 82S line mixer
Rode NT1A
Mackie Big Knob
Genelec 8030A monitors

SOFTWARE

Logic studio pro 9
Reason 4
Spectrasonics Atmosphere , Trilian , Stylus RMX , Omnisphere
FXpansion Guru
NI Komplete synths , Elektrik piano 1.5 , B4 II , Kontakt 3 , Reaktor 5 , Akoustik piano
U-he Zebra
Gforce M-Tron Pro & Virtual string machine
Powercore/virus
IK multimedia Miroslav Philharmonik
Audio Damage Replicant/Kombinat/Automation/Bigseq2
Arturia 'V' collection
SoundToys Native Effects
Overloud Breverb
URS channel strip pro
Softube CL1B & Trident EQ
Abbey Road Brilliance pack

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Old 28th July 2008 , 12:41 PM
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Great and really interesting to see and read about the style/type of studio's you guys work in - from the minimal above, to the veritable 'Aladdin's cave's..
Nice posts gentlemen..
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Old 28th July 2008 , 05:10 PM
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Here's my little setup.

PC - 2.4 Ghz Core 2 Duo, 4GB RAM

Echo Layla 3G interface
M-Audio Keystation 88ES
Roland RD 300-GX
Korg Pad Kontrol
Tannoy Reveal 8D monitors
M-Audio Tampa
M-Audio DMP3
Yamaha MLA-7 x4 preamps
SM Pro Audio M-Patch2
Behringer HA4700 headphone amp
Behringer BTR 2000 Tuner

Rode NT1a
Studio Projects B1
MXL V67g
T.Bone RM700

Cubase SX 3.1
Garritan Steinway pro
Sampletank 2.0 XL
EzDrummer + Vintage Rock / Latin Perc EZX's
Garritan GPO
Manybass
Manyguitar
Steinberg Virtual Guitarist
Mr Ray mkII

+ stacks of freeware VST fx and VSTi's
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Old 29th July 2008 , 10:18 PM
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PRODUCTION RIG:

Mac Pro 8 core
(2x 2.26GHz Quad-Core Intel Nehalem processors, 6gb Ram)
Logic Studio
Ableton Live 8
Access Virus TI
M-Audio Axiom 49
2 x Behringer Truth 2031A's
32'' LCD Screen



DJ RIG:

Sony Vaio laptop (2ghz dual core, 2gb ram, Vista)
Ableton Live 8
Traktor 3 (Thanks DV!)
Focusrite Saffire LE
M-Audio Trigger Finger
2 x CDJ 1000 mk3's
2 x Technics 1200's
DJM800
M-Audio Torq Connectiv
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Old 3rd August 2008 , 07:01 AM
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INSTRUMENTS

The Beast Duophonic Modular System
Bohm Modular System
The Silver ASM 1 Modular System
SRS RP3 Noise Generator Modular System
Arrick Modular with Moog sequencer
Doepfer MAQ 16/3 Analogue Sequencer
Mellotron M400 [TWO] + Various Tape Frames
Elka Rhapsody 610
ARP PRO DGX
ARP Pro Soloist
ARP Odyssey
ARP Solina Strings
Moog Micromoog
Fender Rhodes 54
Octave Kitten
SRS ZV3 Bass Monosynth
SRS FX Station 2
SRS Aurora
SRS Electro Percussor + quad sequncer unit

EFFECTS/OUTBOARD

SRS Dual Phasers
SRS Philtertron
Electro Harmonix Flanger
Frontline Analogue Delay
Viscount EFX10
Dynacord EC280
Dynacord Reverb
Melos Echo Chamber
Melos Phase Shifter
Boss Phaser
Line 6 Delay Modeller
ELV Multi
McLelland Enhancer
Audio Scintillator
Tapco Spring Reverb
Various Graphics
Various Old Echo Chambers
Kenton Pro 2's
Philip Rees Midi to CV
JMS CGX Interface
Roland Line Mixer
Various line mixers
Tascam 24 Track digital
Various Old Compressors
Alesis Monitor One
An Old Atari 1040 + cubase

No Computers, no software, etc
Theres probably tons of other stuff but my mind has now drifted elsewhere
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Old 3rd August 2008 , 07:39 AM
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wow rouge you got some really nice classics there ..and your using a atari to sequence them your a brave man and get extra brownie points from me ..nice one
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Old 3rd August 2008 , 09:15 AM
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[QUOTE=waxxy;2774]wow rouge you got some really nice classics there ..and your using a atari to sequence them your a brave man and get extra brownie points from me ..nice one [/QUOTE]


Thanks for your kind comments. Over the years I have discarded the few digital synths I owned and gone back to 100% analogue, you just can't beat it even though its a pain in the arse. My synth tech produces "special builds" for me that cater for my needs so some of the names you see will not be recognised.
The Atari is the most simple and reliable form of timing ever, I've never had a problem ever. The only problem I have is gigging as I tend to take everything which costs a fortune to move and my studio is on the top floor of a building and have to use a couple of spiral stairs which is a nightmare.

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Old 3rd August 2008 , 10:09 AM
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ive still got my atari 520 and atari 1040s and original atari monitor too..but i dont use them anymore ive sealed them up and put them in storage in my attic..

i agree the timing was really good with the ataris thats why they became the industry standard for many years ..every studio you would go in had at least one atari computer.

my wife wants me too sell the ataris because they take up space ..if anyones intrested post back with offers.
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Old 3rd August 2008 , 10:48 AM
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i agree the timing was really good with the ataris thats why they became the industry standard for many years ..every studio you would go in had at least one atari computer.
It was quite a feat of foresight on Jack Tramiel's part to include MIDI sockets as standard on the ST... it pretty much ensured it's status as the "de facto" studio computer at the time.

I had a 520STFM and mono monitor myself... and still wince at the memory of paying 120 for a 512Kb RAM upgrade!!! It also introduced me to Steinberg, initially Pro24 and I have stuck with Steinberg ever since, now running Cubase 4.
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Here's most the gear I have then. Quite a lot of it is budget stuff cos I haven't the cash, and I'm not gonna go into all the VSTs I have; there's too many:

PC Stuff
Dell Dimension 4600 w/ Windows XP
Cakewalk Project5
Ableton Live 6 Lite M-Audio Edition
Guitar Pro 5

Hardware
Behringer MS16 Monitor Speakers
Korg Microkorg
Fender Toronado GT HH (discontinued, baby!)
Novation Nocturn
Korg Mini Kaoss Pad
Korg CA-30 Tuner
Marshall MG Series 15CD (hoping to upgrade soon)
Rocktron Banshee Talkbox
Digitech Synth Wah
DB Designs Ocsillator
E-Bow
M-Audio Fast Track Pro
Shure C606 Microphone
Yamaha PSR-74
Wacom CTF-420 Graphics Tablet (helps when automating effects)

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Old 12th August 2008 , 09:51 AM
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Neumann TLM103
RODE NT2A
Have an NT2A myself and currently have the TLM103 on my "must buy" list. How do you find it compares specifically with the NT2A?

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Old 12th August 2008 , 10:18 AM
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Keys: Korg M3 + Radias Board, AKAI Vintage Keys, Korg KAOSSILATOR

Bass: Ibanez SR500

Chapman Stick: 1980 #668, 10-String Bubinga, custom tuning

Custom dual core PC running Win XP, TC Konnekt24D, Mackie Tracktion 3, FMR RNLA, Universal Audio UAD1 EXTREME PAK, KRK VXT4, Markbass Micromark, Analogman Mini Bicomp, Sansamp Para Driver, BBE Opto Stomp, BBE Sonic Stomp, Aphex Bass Exciter, Alesis BITRMAN & SMASHUP, AKG P150, lots of leads
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NICE!!!! whats the vulture like man ?
Wicked. gets used on mosr tracks. Its filth. Pure unadulterated , must have, filth.
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Have an NT2A myself and currently have the TLM103 on my "must buy" list. How do you find it compares specifically with the NT2A?

I only use the mics for vocals.
Its not bad dave. Iv had some good results and some bad. Having some decent pres and vocal processing tools helped a lot.However, 103 has great on everything. lovely 'bite' to the sound. Always sat in pretty much straight away. Its my first choice vocal mic.
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Wicked. gets used on mosr tracks. Its filth. Pure unadulterated , must have, filth.
Thats exactly what i want to hear been looking at these for sooo long but theres just too much on the "to buy" list. Synths and racking/cables have to come first me thinks but soon as i get some serious i think the vulture is gonna have to be a purchase.
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