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    hey guys,
    if you are anything like me your studio set up prob changes monthly but i just wanted to see what you guys are all using and what you are making. i know everyone is at very different levels but i just wanted to see what everyone was up to and what you all are producing on even if its only f/loops

    heres mine:
    i am 25 and make techno.

    studio set up (in a room at home)
    behringer mixing desk.
    roland tr606
    roland tr808
    roland tr909
    roland juno 60 with midi conversion
    yamaha dx7
    kawai k4r rack synth
    novation drum station
    alesis hr16 drum machine.
    emu sampler with external harddrive and cdrom.
    yamaha hardware sequencer
    yamaha sound module with built in effects.
    alesis dual compressor (x2)
    la audio dual mic/line pre amp with filters
    alesis 31 band graphic equaliser (x2)
    lexicon effects unit
    boss se50 effects unit
    technics 1200s (x2)
    behringer dj mixer
    sennheiser hd25 headphones.
    reference amplifier
    studio monitors
    hardware cd writer for mastering
    minidisc player for general recording
    midi thru box for staring everything together.

    also have a PC for emails and recycle/acid for the odd occasion i am forced to use it.
    oh yeah and a really comfy chair.

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    Lo Fi

    Nu Skool Breaks

    Behringer 6 Channel
    Akai S612
    Korg DDD-1
    2 Alesis MMT-8's
    Korg Prophecy
    Future Retro 777
    Computer Speakers W/Sub(Not connected to the computer)
    2 Dolla Pair of headphones for night time

    I feel ashamed, but I have money in my wallet. Not bad for $1500 eh?

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    i make several styles of music: breakbeat/bigbeat, acoustic rock, classical

    Emu Esi 4000
    Akai S2000 (on it's way)
    -Prosonus orchestral CD
    -2 disks from the Miroslav set (on their way with the S2000)

    Echo Layla
    Behringer 8 chn mixer

    Ovation CS257 acoustic/electric guitar
    pearl drumset
    arbiter flat kick drum
    a whole bunch of percussion instruments

    computer (733 PIII, 256MB ram, 28GB HD)
    -Sound Forge
    -Cakewalk HS 9.01
    -Pro Tools Free
    -whole mess of plug ins

    casio keyboard (as midi controller)
    ~

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    i am only 15....i make hip hop....i am a emcee first and more so then a producer but i do have a pretty decent studio going...


    Roland sp-808ex
    korg ea-1
    zoom drum machine (just for some hard snare drums)
    korg d1600
    and yamaha djx2 keyboard
    and a mic i stole from a kareoke machine at a party

    i really want a mpc and a roland xp-60....but i have a real lack of money right now....oh well
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    Well... I'm 21 and produce house, trance, club, techno, electronica, ...

    Computer:
    - PC (Duron 800, 384mb, 51gb,...)
    - Cakewalk Sonar ( NI Pro-52, Livesynth, etc...)
    - Creamware Pulsar 2
    - E-mu APS (which I'm about to sell. Wanna buy it?)

    Outboard:
    - Novation Supernova 2
    - Korg Trinity-rack
    - Cheap Evolution MK-149 (49-key midi keyb.)
    - AKG K240m phones (planning to get Genelec 1029A monitors)
    - Shure SM-58 mike
    - Planning to buy an e-violin (studied violin for 13 years as a kid so it'd be a cool addition)

    No mixer right now - looking for a multi-channel analog -> digital converter to plug into my Pulsar 2 to make it a digital mixer.

    Interesting, huh?
    Take care guys!

    Toni
    www.mp3.com/NativeAlien
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    So how long is my penis?

    Ok..

    Software in regular use:

    Cubase 5
    Wavelab 3
    Vst-Plugins

    Hardware:

    Delta 44 Soundcart ( 4 in 4 out 17ms latency)
    Boss Dr770 Drummaschine
    normal Hifisystem for monitoring
    Dj-mixer and USB-Midiinterface


    Style: groovy elastic progressive trance

    comment: i realy need a hardware synthesizer.

    comment 2: its possible to make 100% fat sound with this setting, just know how.
    FINISHED FILES ARE THE RESULT OF YEARS OF SCIENTIFIC
    STUDY COMBINED WITH THE EXPERIENCE OF YEARS

    count the F !

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    some nice set ups there. it wasnt meant to sound like a car or penis comparing contest ....lol. i just was really interested to see what everyone was up to. at the end of the day as most of you know its the ideas that count. i have heard someone make a better track on a mc303 than in a studio so it just shows you.

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    baloney feet, that is a good set up, and all for a really good price. i am jealous that you spent your money wisely. i bought unwisely at first and had to sell lots on at a loss.now have a phat credit card bill.everyone else has nice set ups too. just shows the diversity of equipment being used (which was what i was wanting to see). isnt electronic music amazing!!!!

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    Yeas , we all like that toys, rolling the potis, switching the faders - surfing through eq parameters. Its our own little paradise where our ideas come true. Everyones studio is individual connected for individual sounddesign . I love it !
    FINISHED FILES ARE THE RESULT OF YEARS OF SCIENTIFIC
    STUDY COMBINED WITH THE EXPERIENCE OF YEARS

    count the F !

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