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Posted: Sat May 23, 2009 4:12 pm
Posted: Fri May 29, 2009 1:11 pm
Intel (R) Core(TM)2 CPU 2,00GHZ
Magix audio cleaning lab 12
M-Audio Fast Track Pro 4x4
Event SP 8
Sennheiser DH 25-C II
M-Audio Oxygen 1
Access Virus C Desktop
Pioneer Cdj 200
Pioneer Djm 300
Posted: Mon Aug 02, 2010 3:56 am
my new setup:
Dell Studio XPS 16
Intel Core i7 820QM @ 1.73GHz (3.06GHz Turbo)
8 gb DDR3 RAM
Ableton Live 8 Suite
Focusrite Saffire 6 USB
A lot of VST's
2.5TB of storage.
Posted: Mon Aug 02, 2010 5:02 am
^^^ I want one of those Akais... Was at a Guitar Center yesterday playing with that and one of these: http://www.novationmusic.com/products/l ... d?option=1
drooling the whole time
tons of samples and VSTis
Renoise and its built in instruments and effects
Ableton Live 8
a cheaper pair of Sony earbuds
computer speakers, cant remember the brand right now
Stock sound card
Im in bad need of a good sound card and monitors, but I can't NOT make music, so, til I get hte right gear ill keep making music. Then I can make it GREAT music.
Posted: Mon Aug 02, 2010 5:29 am
I was just looking at Renoise today. Seems really cool and I know a lot of breakcore producers that use it. I'm just not sure if I want to spend the time wrapping my head around it as I already use Reason and Live and I'm also trying to learn Max For Live as well. The launchpad is cool, and I thought about getting it, but the APC is one hell of a beast and I prefer knobs and faders over pressing pads. The only things I consider an advantage for the Launchpad over the APC is that the Launchpad is usb powered, and is much smaller.
Posted: Mon Aug 02, 2010 6:42 am
The combo of the APC and the Launchpad (controlling the same instance of Live) was just a lot of fun...
Renoise was my choice because I had messed around with Impulse Tracker in high school, then rediscovered trackers like 8 years ago, using ModPlug, then found Renoise. I love it, Ive tried other DAWs and always, always there's something that I find myself wishing they did as well as Renoise... But I can really see why a lot of people more familiar with other, more conventional DAWs would be intimidated. In comparison, Renoise has more in common, interface wise, with Excel than Cubase. And Reason is a whole other gig, I had fun playing around in it, but it seems more designed for those already familiar with, or who prefer, hardware setups; sort of a hardware emulation which works best for a lot of people.
Renoise's price was right, 50 euro, which amounted to less than 60 bucks I think when I got it back in 04.
Posted: Fri Aug 06, 2010 8:15 am
-Core 2 Duo T7700 2,4 gHz
-4 gb ram
-500 gb HD
(I'm upgrading to a stationary powerhouse as soon as I can afford it
Other than that:
-Focusrite Saffire Pro40
-JBL LSR2328p monitors
-Novation Remote SL-25
-Ableton Live suite 8 with Reason 4 rewired.
-Beyerdynamics DT-770 headset
-Koss Portapro's and a pair of Creative Gigaworks T20 for reference listening.
- A bunch of basses, guitars etc., but these are usually not used for psy-production.
Posted: Sun Aug 08, 2010 8:34 pm
Athlon X2 2,7 Ghz
Windows vista 64 Bit
M-Audio Transit USB
500 GB HD
Akai LPD8 Padcontroller
2 x Pioneer CDJ400
Allen & Heath Xone 22
Audacity for recording
Pics soon :p
Posted: Tue Aug 17, 2010 9:53 am
INTEL I5 4G DDR3
RME HDSPe AIO
Nord Rack 2
Posted: Sun Aug 29, 2010 11:27 pm
I have reduced equipment at this moment so
Apple PowerBook G4 alu 1,57, 1gb ram [mostly made tracks on this]
Desktop PC, Intel Dual Core E5200 [overclocked on 4GHz with custom cooling system], 2gb ram
Favourite VST's Native Instruments Reaktor, Operator synth from Live and Chip32
Roland MC 303 Groovebox
M Audio Oxygen 8 v2 [have made modification, one more assignable taster button near pitch bend]
Midi controller with 8 assignable buttons and 2 rotary knobs made by myself
Nintendo Game Boy modified by myself [still waitin' Nanoloop cartridge xD]
Lynx Studio passive monitors + amplifier made by myself
some shitty mixer, not worth to mention lol
also, i don't have original midi cables, have custom made from din connectors and some extra cable xD
+ kanibal raves setup
Creamware Luna II
Posted: Fri Sep 17, 2010 9:30 pm
Mac Book Pro 15"
Intel Core 2 Duo 2.66 GHz
4GB 1067MHz DDR3
OS: Snow Leopard
Soundcard: Focusrite Saffire LE
Monitors: KRK VXT4
MIDI: Novation Remote 25Sl Compact
Softwares: Logic Pro 9.0.1
A few Vst an plugins.
Posted: Wed Oct 06, 2010 3:08 am
Full Gnomes of Destruction set up:
Mixers: Denon DNX-100 & Korg KM-202
Controllers: M-Audio Oxygen 25, Evolution UC-33 & UC-16, Korg Nanokey, Akai APC 40, Yamaha PSR-273 with a sustain pedal.
Computers: Dell Studio XPS 16 and MacBook Pro, both with Intel i7's and 8 gigs of RAM
3.5 TB Total Hard Drive space and 150GB Network Storage.
Sound Cards: M-Audio Audiophile Firewire and a Focusrite Saffire 6 USB.
And a stationary bike cuz........well ya gotta stay in shape ya know?