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Discussion in 'Recording Studio' started by Alex, Oct 26, 2010.
holy crap. i'd never get any work done.
here's an old one when i was doing drum tracks by myself.
My Play house,
Nice 24" thick walls and no complaints....I can blast away down there all hours of the day. Comps nothing special just AMD dual cores networked and isolated from outside interferance. Using CakeWalk Sonar and Delta1010
M-audio(s). A new to me Mackie board...it all just works. Big Fun.
black curtains... now we're rollin'
Torren61, that is a very nice lookin' work space. Sounds like it has some sweet gear too. That wood work is just outta this world.
What the heck is that?
Wow, necro bump. But while I'm looking, I might as well post my specs:
Windows 7 64bit
Intel i7 970 Hex CORE @ 3.8ghz
cooled by Noctua NH-D14 (water cooling is meh)
6gb Corsair DDR3 ram @ 1600mhz
EVGA Nvidia GTX 470 (Running at a slight overclock)
Kingston V+ 128gb SSD (OS and main programs loaded)
~2.5tb HDDs @ 7200 rpm
Thermaltake Silent 1000w power supply
about 8 extra fans in a HAF 932 case glowing red
interface is just a Lexicon Omega Recording Interface
pics if someone wants to see them
All you need is an ashtray.Other than that,looks good to me.
i have a dual core macbook pro with 12gb of RAM. Gets the job done.
I just built a new PC worthy of playing BF3 to replace my aging old Athlon.
Cooler Master HAF 922 case
Asus Maximum Gene-Z motherboard
Intel I5-2400K OC'd to 4.8GHz
Corsair H100 Liquid Cooler
G.Skill 8GB DDR3-1600 Ram
MSI GTX560Ti 2GB OC'd video card
Samsung 1TB HDD
And it plays BF3 at ultra settings without breaking a swet.
Desktop background´s gotta be a BURST !
Logic PRO and Mac :
I can't wait until i graduate college and have a lot of disposable income to burn on a studio setup like that.
I hope you do! When most including me graduated college paying back loans is what I had to do.
Alvinfan that is awesome! Just why I bumped this thread!
Any more home studios guys?
THANKS !! I got it exactly 25 years after I graduated from college and enjoy it a lot. I hope you guys can do it faster than I !!
The console is an ARGOSY.
Are those Mackie Monitors you have? My friend just bought a set how do you like them?
Argosys are classy as hell. Nice space you have there too! Are building a dedicated studio?
I also had a focusrite pre I had the 428. What a warm sounding pre!
Couple years old but still does the job. Plays Battlefield 3 like a champ.
Processor: AMD Phenom II X4 965 Black Edition
Memory: Corsair XMS2-8GB-PC6400-DDR2-800MHz
Hard Drive: Seagate Barracuda-750GB-7200RPM-16MB
Video Card: XFX Radeon HD 5770-1GB GDDR5
Monitor: Acer 22 inch wide screen (V223w)
Sound Card: VIA HD 8.1 Audio (onboard sound)
Speakers/Headphones: Plantronics GameCom 777 Headset
Keyboard: Logitech G15
Mouse: Logitech G9x Laser Mouse (5700 dpi)
Mouse Surface: RocketFish Gaming Mousepad
Operating System: Windows 7 Home Premium (64 bit)
Motherboard: ASUS M4A78-E (AMD 790GX Chipset)
Love seeing all of the iMacs in here! I've decided at Christmas I'm probably going to get an iMac 27inch and then upgrade it (RAM wise) as money allows and try to start a little home studio.
I had to get a new rig three and a half weeks ago when a bug fried my old rig and external hard drive completely . . . but man did I get lucky with this one . . .
L to R:
* HP Deskjet 2050 printer.
* eMachines EL1358-53 desktop---a third the size of my old desktop, half the cost, 1TB hard drive and 3GB memory.
* Iomega external hard drive--1TB, too. (Perfect for storing sound media without bogging down the main desktop.)
* Bose Companion 5 left speaker.
* LG Flatron monitor.
* Memorex surge protection panel, with ceramic replicas of the Polo Grounds and Fenway Park on either side of the monitor base.
* Saitek backlit keyboard.
* Logitech Webcam.
* Bose Companion 5 right speaker.
* Logitech microphone.