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Nope, I don't feel like hearing this at all right now...
*hmmm* Well, I don't have to switch off, but I'm not raising the volume either...
Yes, this track fits my mood perfectly!
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  1. #1
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    Default What does your studio look like?

    welcome to my little play room as my wife puts it
    Image 1

    Image 2

    Last edited by Zaphoid; 2009-02-11 at 04:33. Reason: damn I cant embed!

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    Here's my home setup with B2031A's and a sub (behind the chair).I do most composing in a studio, though, and don't have a pic of that place yet.

    ...and yes, I know the angle of the B2031A's is a bit too wide - gotta make some compromises in a 30m2 apartment.

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    Its changed a bit since then, but thats the only image I have...the changed is a bigger monitor screen

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    Default my desk



    The beer, the coffee, and the computer. what else do I need?
    Last edited by Brigane; 2009-02-11 at 22:37.
    Trance Producer @ SceneSat

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    I think that just about covers it.

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    that's the way to go, Brigane.

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    "studio"
    already a bit dated picture. i have sold the roland sh-201 because i realized i didn't need it after getting reason 4.0. it was okay fun to play with the synth, but integrating it to my existing setup with reason and audition was too much work and hassle for me, AND besides the thor sounds better than the roland, so.. yeah.

    there's another piece of hardware in the pic that i still use though. it's the ensoniq dp/4, a four-channel multieffect processor. i use its phaser (and sometimes flanger) a lot in my house tracks, i just love the transparently wet and bubbly sound. the usage with reason is quite effortless for me too.

    dj booth
    a pair of technics sl-1210m3d with ortofon concorde elektro cartridges/needles. the mixer is an awful one by omnitronic, got it for free from a friend. once i get enough money i'm gonna go for ecler nuo 4.0. mostly vocal/funky/soulful/otherwise groovy house is being played here.
    Last edited by veezay; 2009-02-19 at 14:03. Reason: typo, added stuff

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    This is my tiny "studio"
    The monitors will go on the wall but I don't know where to get such stuff to put them on the wall so I can turn them downwards and so... Anyone knows where I can find that?
    Last edited by powertrace; 2009-02-19 at 14:21.

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    Default K-line Studio

    Well, this is my "playroom". My wife never mentions it because she hates all the quality time it consumes from our relationship Can't live without it thou!

    /K-line




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    This is the center of my music room

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