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Guest Yggdrasil
cheers any bass guitar?
naw...my brother's the bassist, so i just have him over when i need a straight bassline recorded. but he's moving to seattle soon. :unhappy:


very nice work surface, furrybum. i'm jealous of all of the nice monitors around here. i have to use headphones or it drives the neighbors crazy.

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some pics i took since i got my 606 and 707 today













yea i keep my midi keyboard on the floor when i dont use it, i have way too little space


monitors and my inspiration posters




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Guest Mr. Magoo

nice doctor!


i would much like to hear a song made with a 707, 606, microkorg only!


nothing else, a song which is more basic or simple based(bass, lead,drums etc..)-not experimental

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custom desktop 2.8ghz athlon w/ 2 gigs of ram, delta 66 soundcard and omni I/O breakout box


laptop on the desk (toshiba satellite) 1.86ghz intel chip and 1.5 gigs of ram, dual monitor support for:


other monitor for posting and tv with heaphone out(for sampling vhs/dvd/games etc..)


ampeg cube bass amp


pre midi yamaha keyboard with auto arpeggio


line6 tap tremelo and echo park


yamaha dd3 peice of crap rhythm controller...


...thats bent to hell


alesis sr16, super chorus pedal and my bass (ibanaez soundgear)



my apologies for the poor webcam photo's...

ghetto eqipment with ghetto photography (i need money)

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Ermm far from complete as I need an actual interface, and monitors but...

G3 under desk. Soon to be server.

macbookPro on desk. Main thingy doer.

vestax turntables on desk. I suck at mixing.

Kurzweil K2500X keyboard/sampler/controller (wish it had 88 keys though)

Behringer compressor. Yet to be hooked up.

Crapped out Yorkville keyboard amp.





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Ermm far from complete as I need an actual interface, and monitors but...

G3 under desk. Soon to be server.

macbookPro on desk. Main thingy doer.

vestax turntables on desk. I suck at mixing.

Kurzweil K2500X keyboard/sampler/controller (wish it had 88 keys though)

Behringer compressor. Yet to be hooked up.

Crapped out Yorkville keyboard amp.


i love those kursweils

we have the rack ones at my school

fantastic fun

what are you sequencing it with or are you just playing it in?

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its broken


i dropped it like 500 times when i was in brighton, coz i put it inbetween my rucksak and back and it fell out and the last one cracked the negative battery wall off. i can work with a adapter but soon as you turn it off you loose all the samples, which is rather annoying.

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i left the reed organ at my friends house, which happens to be a 13 hour drive from here, so it's gone. the rest is the same since the last studio thread so here are the same pictures...


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