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Old 14th August 2008 , 01:15 PM
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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.
If you make down here at some point we'll stick the Vulture on the synth ouputs. . Tough as **** when you start throwing hard leads and basses from the Prophet and the Voyager at it.
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Old 16th August 2008 , 10:54 AM
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I'll get something up for your delectation over the weekend. In the meantime I noticed that Dave Boulden said:

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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?
The NT2A is a better mic by a country mile. If you want to upgrade your mic at that kind of pricepoint look at the Telefunken AK47/M16 MkII. Awesome bang for the buck!
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Old 18th August 2008 , 08:02 PM
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Here's most of the items in my little collection. I have a couple of other pieces on order but haven't picked them up yet.

Quad core Mac Pro 2.66 with 3Gb DDR2 Ram and 1x500Gb, 2x250Gb Hard Drives & ext 250gb drive for archiving
Dell 24" cinema screen x2
Mac G4 Powerbook
PT HD2 & C24 running 7.4 (control room)
PT HD1 running 7.4 (edit room)
Logic Studio (thanks DV!)
UAD 1e (x3) inc Neve Bundle MkII, 1176, Pultec-Pro, Plate 140, Fairchild and Mastering bundle plug-ins
UAD 2 quad
McDSP Project Pack inc LE versions of: Revolver (reverb), compressorbank, filterbank and soft synth.
McDSP Analogue Channel
Various Digi plug-ins
Novation Remote 25SL
Reason 4
Ableton Live Lite 6
Roxio Jam/Toast

Studio outboard etc:

Neve 1272 (racked by Dan Alexander)
Great River MP-2NV
Chandler TG2
API 3124+
Chandler Germanium (pre)
A Designs Pacifica
FMR RNP
A Designs REDDI
JoeMeek OneQ (for sale)
Focusrite ToneFactory (for sale)
Manley Massive Passive
Manley Vari-mu
Cranesong stc-8
Urei 1176LN (vintage)
Creation Audio Labs MW1
Lexicon MX200
Behringer Multigate Pro (for sale)


Studio - Converters, Controllers and monitoring:

Crane Song Hedd 192
Lynx Aurora 16
Mytek AD96 Converter
Benchmark DAC1 Converter
Digi 96i/o (for sale)
Presonus Central Station
Alesis Masterlink
Adam S3a
Dynaudio BM5a
Beyerdynamic DT770
Shure E4c
AKG K240
Direct Sound Extreme Isolation


Studio - mics etc:
Neumann U87 (vintage)
Telefunken AK47
Telefunken M16 MkII
Peluso 2247LE
Mercenary KM-69 x 2 (SDC)
EV RE20
Shure SM7b
Oktava Mk 219
Beyerdynamic M201 x 2
Shure SM57/58/Beta58
Sennheiser MD421-N x 2
Sennheiser 604 x 2
Sennheiser e906
Shure Beta 91
Yamaha Subkick
Fathead II (pair) with Lundahls
SE Reflexion (Vocal) Filter
SE Reflexion (IRF) x2
Shure attenuators x 2

Studio - amplifiers:
Ampeg B15 Fliptop
Vox AD30 & AD15 (don't ask)
Marshall AVT100

Studio Misc:
Herman Miller Aeron Chair (fully loaded)

Live Rig List
Mackie Onyx 1620
Mackie SR1530z
Mackie SWA1801z
Shure SM58 x 1/Beta 58 x2
Sennheiser e906 (as above)
Shure SM57 (as above)
DBX Driverack w/ RTA mic
Lexicon MX200 (as above)
Behringer Multigate Pro (as above)
Ampeg SVT3Pro
Ampeg PR410
Marshall AVT100
CAE 16/4 Multicore Reel/Stagebox

Instrument List
Alembic Spyder (bass)
Warwick Infinity Ltd (another bass)
Fender Precision USA (with jazz neck)
Fender Geddy Lee Signature Jazz (yep another)
Custom 4 with Seymour Duncan Quarter Pounders and Badass Bridge (what can I say...)
Gibson ES335 (vintage)
Rickenbacker 330
Gibson Les Paul Studio
Fender Custom Shop Telecaster
Fender Stratocasters x 2 (1 for sale, untouched)
PRS SE
Adam Black S-5 dreadnought
Dale Forty Upright Piano
8 piece DW Custom in maple (snare bought seperately on evil bay but is a close match))
Ludwig 402 (snare)

Wish List
A C12 and a 251 (clones) of some sort
Royer 121 and/or AEA R84
Shotgun mic
Pres (NPNG & Earlybird 2.2)
Another Lynx Aurora 16
Randall MTS RM4 & RT2/50
Taylor 614CE
Ludwig Black Beauty
Bricasti M7
48 channel Neve Genysis
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Old 18th August 2008 , 08:36 PM
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Hi Trev
Add 'Toontrack Superior 2' software to your list above.. I'll be announcing that you're our week 7 prize winner to the rest of the Forum first thing in the morning.. (or later this evening once I get through 'Atonement' on Sky Movies - are you watching it 'NDK'?)
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Old 18th August 2008 , 08:38 PM
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Cool! (what is it?)
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Old 18th August 2008 , 08:42 PM
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Check it out here..
Superior Drummer 2 - New York Studio Legacy

Know you're a 'real world' drummer Trev but I reckon your clients at least could have some fun with this...?

(Edit) Just checked further, and evidently the software is optimized for e-drum triggering.. so.. have fun!
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Old 18th August 2008 , 08:46 PM
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Sweet. I'll give anything a go once! (Looks like it has a transient designer function... hmm... wonder if that can be used standalone...)

Thanks DV!!
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Old 18th August 2008 , 09:02 PM
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Congrats Trev, very well deserved!
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My modest gear includes:

Hardware:
Quad core HP PC running Vista (pain in the ass)
Focusrite Saffire
M-Audio Keystation Pro 88

Monitors:
KRK RP 6 x2
KRK RP 10

Mics:
Shure SM57
Shure SM58
AKG C1000S
AKG C3000B
Rode NT1 A

Instruments:
Squire Strat
Alhambre Flamenco guitar
Yamaha PSR-9000 keyboard
Ibanez SR1000EFM Bass (the new toy!)
Violin
Mandolin

Software:
NI Komplete
NI Kore
Sonar 7
Reason 4
FL Studio 8
Audacity

That's all I've got...but it's still early days yet!
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Old 21st August 2008 , 09:11 PM
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That's all I've got...but it's still early days yet!
you not off to a bad start anyhow
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Old 22nd August 2008 , 06:52 AM
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I notice conor_j that you've got a Sony Vaio. I was looking at retiring the laptop I have. How is the Sony going for you?
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Old 22nd August 2008 , 06:06 PM
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Im very happy with it, apart from a few niggles with vista but thats hardly sony's fault.

Ive had various other laptops in the past (compaq, packard bell etc) that all had some major malfunction at some point that put them into early retirement. After that I decided to buy something decent and the vaio seems to handle anything i throw at it, I run two installs of vista, one for audio applications and the other for work/internet and ive been using it for almost a year now close to 12hrs a day and its still going strong.

If my next purchase isnt a macbook, it will definately be a vaio
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Old 22nd August 2008 , 06:57 PM
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I know what you mean...a macbook is another big temptation!
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I know what you mean...a macbook is another big temptation!
Please do NOT BE TEMPTED BY A MAC BOOK

I was Tempted , and atthe last minute i got a MAC PRO instead

BEST THING I EVER DID !!!!!!!!!!!!
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well I have to say that a mac pro is an EVEN BIGGER TEMPTATION!!
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