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Guest αnalogue ψings
these threads are the best

 

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i'll have to part with this set up next month ;- (

 

why'd you chop off the interesting bit to get a clear shot of the laptop? :confused:

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Guest Mr. Magoo
DIS BE MY SHIZZLE

 

 

those drums look juicy, prehaps you could sample them for me :) so i can use them in reason, since all of reasons drums sound fake and shit, i want a real drum kit nice and tight :sorcerer:

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My studio circa 2004

 

It's so frustrating...Most of my gear here has been replaced by ITB plugins. I paid a fortune for this stuff when it was new.

 

I used to have a deep fryer in here for making french fries. Replaced by FrenchFry VST.

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cheers.

 

but actually i was looking for simply the sounds of each drum, like a sample of the kick drum , sample of the snare, and hihats...i hope it sounds tight ( :)))

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sorry for the tiny pictures...photobucket's resizing is insane these days.

 

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  • MacBook Intel DualCore
  • Oxygen 8 midi controller
  • Nord Modular Rack
  • Alesis MultiMix 8 Firewire
  • M-Audio Midisport 2x2
  • Sony MDR-V700 headphones
  • Korg Kaoss Pad 2
  • Ovation CS-247 Celebrity acoustic electric
  • Les Paul Standard electric
  • Washburn classical
  • Lap harp
  • Thumb piano
  • Zither
  • Penny whistles
  • Toca djembes x 2
  • ...and several Shure microphones + et ceteras
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Guest Mr. Magoo
sorry for the tiny pictures...photobucket's resizing is insane these days.

 

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  • MacBook Intel DualCore
  • Oxygen 8 midi controller
  • Nord Modular Rack
  • Alesis MultiMix 8 Firewire
  • M-Audio Midisport 2x2
  • Sony MDR-V700 headphones
  • Korg Kaoss Pad 2
  • Ovation CS-247 Celebrity acoustic electric
  • Les Paul Standard electric
  • Washburn classical
  • Lap harp
  • Thumb piano
  • Zither
  • Penny whistles
  • Toca djembes x 2
  • ...and several Shure microphones + et ceteras

 

nice rack ;)

 

might i hear a song made with those instruments? =including the shure mics/guitars/nord/alesis :) Note: perhaps a more conventional song ? :smiling:

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nice rack ;)

 

might i hear a song made with those instruments? =including the shure mics/guitars/nord/alesis :) Note: perhaps a more conventional song ? :smiling:

hmm...not necessarily a conventional song, but it's the only one i've finished since moving into the new space. but, there's guitar, harp, and plenty of nord modular in it...as well as a bit of vocals done with mixer + shure:

 

Liquid of Decision

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Mac G4 running Logic Pro

 

M audio Delta 410

 

Korg Electribe MX

 

Novation Nova

 

Nord 2X

 

Roland SH09

 

Yamaha CS01

 

Yamaha MG 16/6fx mixer

 

Alesis Monitor one Mk2

 

Alesis Akira multi FX

 

JSH Digitec Delay

 

Aphex Aural Exciter Type C

 

Behringer Composer PRO

 

Samson C03 Condenser mic

 

Blue Ball Mic

 

Cheap Guitar + practice amp

 

Zoom G2 guitar pedal

 

Just had to sell a load of my bits too due to money issues, but now i have a better job I'm likely to be upgrading a few bits.

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Mac G4 running Logic Pro

 

M audio Delta 410

 

Korg Electribe MX

 

Novation Nova

 

Nord 2X

 

Roland SH09

 

Yamaha CS01

 

Yamaha MG 16/6fx mixer

 

Alesis Monitor one Mk2

 

Alesis Akira multi FX

 

JSH Digitec Delay

 

Aphex Aural Exciter Type C

 

Behringer Composer PRO

 

Samson C03 Condenser mic

 

Blue Ball Mic

 

Cheap Guitar + practice amp

 

Zoom G2 guitar pedal

 

Just had to sell a load of my bits too due to money issues, but now i have a better job I'm likely to be upgrading a few bits.

 

:phone:

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