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    What are you going to add to your studio next?
    Can be several machines, but... but not "all those of your dream" here's the thing: list what you think you WILL buy next to add in your studio

    let's see what everyone has in mind!
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    I'll start

    I think next time I'll upgrade my studio, I'll get the following:

    . Yamaha 01V digital mixer
    . ADAT extension for 01V mixer
    . E-MU sampler (any good one with an ADAT extension)
    . midiman 8x8 "midisport" USB midi interface

    I'm doing good with what I have right now, so this will only happen in the next year I think.
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    well, my next purchase isn't going to be a "machine." I'm going to be spending my $$ on some instruments before I buy anything else.

    I'm going to get a new guitar. Acoustic/electric- so I can plug in and record direct in so I can play and record at night (which is when I do most of my audio stuff). No expensive mics this way either

    Then I'm going to buy a rack for my drums so my room won't be as crowded (get's rid of all my cymbal stands this way).

    And then drums, drums, and more drums!!
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    I'm upgrading my motherboard and then I'd like to add a Roland XP-30 Keyboard or maybe a full sized Keyboard like a Triton or something.
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    next additions

    1) a MIDI patch bay. A must so that i can spare my 5-pin DIN jacks from heavy usage in re-routing situations. I'll probably pick up the MIDIman MIDI sport 8x8. A 8 in 8 out midi patch bay with LTC to MTC conversion and many other desirable bells and whistles.

    2) a good multi in/out analog interface for the PC. I'll probablly go with the Echo Layla 24/96. I've attached the specs for you to sift through.

    Dynamic Range of 110dB (A-weighted) on inputs, 115dB on outputs

    Eight Balanced +4dBu TRS inputs

    Eight Balanced +4dBu TRS outputs

    Headphone output with volume control

    Both Alesis ADAT optical and S/PDIF digital inputs and outputs

    MIDI In/Out/Thru

    Word clock I/O

    Esync to other Echo 24 bit products

    Software Console for monitoring, metering, and setting levels

    Low-latency drivers

    Compatible with all popular recording/editing software

    Full duplex operation (simultaneously record eight analog channels while playing back eight analog channels)

    Will record analog and digital inputs simultaneously
    Includes mixer application for audio outputs, monitor assignments, volume, and metering

    Includes Syntrillium Software’s Cool Edit Pro - Special Edition multitrack recording/editing software

    Compatible with Windows 95/98/ME, Mac, GSIF, and ASIO.

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    I'll be adding some quality audio patchbays and replacing a lot of cables with new cables.
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    *a good 16 channel mixer
    *a good FX unit
    *80's digital keyboard with sounds as useless as possible (I was thinking Korg 707) - I would use it to control the Sidstation.

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    A blow up doll, cause something needs to take off the stress.
    Also look out for my first single coming out, In the same note as Digital Allies - Without You. IE Male singer, very nice!
    And i'm currently working a a remake of Percy Faiths theme to a summer place, very hard trance. its lookin good
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    sounds like an interesting workload.
    i would get a rhythm machine, like a new MachineDrum" if possible (they are only selling them to a restricted amount of poeople for a few months.
    that's what i would get,and a Yamaha Rs7000.and/or a Roland audio sampler/sequencer box(JP808style of thing).
    Also, a firewire, cd burning capable latop, 256meg ram, 20gig drive, 1gigahertz, with TV,S-Video and standard VGA output...
    Just those items, and possibly aHardware vision mixer, a 733mhz G4 with DVD burner, and inter that does GoodQuality cd adhesive labels, ones that look good and dont interfere with the operation of the cd.

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    RS7000, RS7000, MORE RS7000

    And a better computer, this one is only barely ok.
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