What Are You Recording With?

Discussion in 'Recording Studio' started by Skintaster, Feb 6, 2011.

  1. Bramley

    Bramley Junior Member

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    other side of the glass is an API .

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  2. steelehead

    steelehead Senior Member

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    i would like to have iron blimps or blamely set up, but i'm happy with what i got-

    alesis 24, m audio delta 10-10 card, w/ recording software m 8 protools- and a digitech rp 1000.....old fashion recording with a digital side.

    i will say steve slate drums have some good sound.
     
  3. zap2012

    zap2012 Senior Member

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    I'm using a Tascam FW-1082 and Cubase 5. I really like the Tascam.
     
  4. switchback

    switchback Senior Member

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    Guitars/Vocals> Presonus Tubepre> Line 6 studio UX2 interface> Sonar 8.5 producer.
     
  5. EtriX

    EtriX Senior Member

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    I sooooo want this! Great looking studio. Love to be able to go down in the basement and play my heart out, but also being able to record it all.
     
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  7. Krazy Grape

    Krazy Grape Senior Member

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    Tascam DP-08 and a sm57
     
  8. Couldn'tStandTheWeather

    Couldn'tStandTheWeather Senior Member

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    Guitars-> Line 6 UX2-> Pod Farm 1&2-> Propellerhead Reason
     
  9. Deguello

    Deguello Senior Member

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    I always used my BOSS BR600 for my home demo's and a writing tool.
    I loved it for the simplicity and decent quality
    A few months ago the BOSS died and I replaced it with Cakewalk VS-100
    That thing has a big learning curve coming from a Hard disk recording background
    It is only collecting dust now so I bought a Cakewalk Keyboard Midi controller and plan on locking myself away when it arrives so I can figure it out
     
  10. rockguitar41

    rockguitar41 Senior Member

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    I use a shure drum mic kit, including a beta52a kick drum mic and 3 sm57's. I use the sm57's also for recording guitars and vocals and anything else. I run the mics into my Focusrite Saffire 6 USB audio interface which goes into a laptop. On the PC I use Ableton Live Lite 8 special edition that came with the interface, and on the macbook I use garageband. When I'm recording drums and I need more then 2 inputs(which is what the interface has), then I plug the mics int my behringer mixer and run that through the interface into a computer. I use a Kustom PA system for monitors.
     
  11. mr_musica

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    DAW: Tascam 2488mkII
    Outboard gear:Lexicon MX300, DBX 166xl, Peavey 231EQ

    Mics: AKG Perception 100, KAM i2

    So far no PC involved, only for making drum tracks with cubase and ezdrummer, got to find an easier way...
     
  12. proTool

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    Hi all,
    I am recording through a Yamaha MC1604 direct into Pro Tools 7.4 through an M-Audio Profire 2626. I also use the same 1604 for mixing. Out through my Profire, into the console and then back into Pro Tools again.

    It's a limited setup since I only have a few outs from the console. But I rerecord each instrument to a submix, then I run all the submixes into the console and record a final mix back into protools before bouncing the stereo track.

    More work I know, but I have a ton of control over EQ.
    Me likey!
     
  13. Louie

    Louie Senior Member

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    Guitar -> Amp -> Shure SM57 -> Pod HD (as DAW) -> Audacity for Mac

    or

    Guitar -> Pod HD (as Amp & FX modeller) -> Audacity for Mac
     
  14. Gibsonguyfift

    Gibsonguyfift Junior Member

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    I record tons of music with my M-Audio Usb, straight into my computer. Using the M-audio I can use different mics or record DI if I want. I use garageband, just because it was included with my computer. I will probably update it soon! If you'd like sound samples please visit - Home - David Cruz

    Cheers :)
     
  15. theMETALone

    theMETALone Senior Member

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    Tascam DP-03. Alesis SR-18 for drums, sm57s for guitar & bass
     
  16. BEDLAM_1

    BEDLAM_1 Senior Member

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    Mines very simple

    Cubase 5
    I-Onyx interface
    Art tube pre-amp
    Yamaha HS-80s
    and a few mics..sure, audiotechina , and Red 5
     
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    I run Logic Pro 9 on my MacBook Pro through a Presonus Firestudio.
    Monitoring with Paradigm Mini Monitors. Mic aresnal includes a few Shure SM57s, a couple Shure Unidyne III 545L's (from the 70s), a pair of BLUE Balls :naughty:, a BLUE Bird condenser, and my homemade "Kick Drum Mic-inator 5000" (made out of an intercom speaker panel and a sealed box, but it really picks up the low end thump).
     
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    Logic 8
    IMAC 20" 4GB mem
    Apogee Duet
    Samson Resolve 65a monitors
     

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    SONAR Producer Edition
     

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