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Discussion in 'Recording Studio' started by Skintaster, Feb 6, 2011.
other side of the glass is an API .
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.
I'm using a Tascam FW-1082 and Cubase 5. I really like the Tascam.
Guitars/Vocals> Presonus Tubepre> Line 6 studio UX2 interface> Sonar 8.5 producer.
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.
Tascam DP-08 and a sm57
Guitars-> Line 6 UX2-> Pod Farm 1&2-> Propellerhead Reason
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
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.
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...
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.
Guitar -> Amp -> Shure SM57 -> Pod HD (as DAW) -> Audacity for Mac
Guitar -> Pod HD (as Amp & FX modeller) -> Audacity for Mac
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
Tascam DP-03. Alesis SR-18 for drums, sm57s for guitar & bass
Mines very simple
Art tube pre-amp
and a few mics..sure, audiotechina , and Red 5
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 , 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).
IMAC 20" 4GB mem
Samson Resolve 65a monitors
SONAR Producer Edition