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    List the equipment you would LOVE to have! Synthesizers, samplers, computers, software, mixing boards, even studio desks/furniture!

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    Dont Laugh..

    My Dream Studio.. (Quite Attainable)

    Another Roland SP-808 with 8out xpansion
    Good Rane/Allen&Heath DJ Mixer

    Maxing out my Roland XP-60
    Bass and Drums, Sounds of the 60's, Vintage Synth, Orchestra 1

    Roland JV-2080 with Techno, House, Orchestra 2, Vocal, Asia, Latin, and SFX.

    Genelec Monitors

    2 Roland SPD-20 Drum Pad Midi Interfaces

    8 in 8 out midi interface

    Every Electrix FX Box
    TC Electronix Fireworkx

    12 Crates of Arabic/Celtic/Eastern European Records
    Every Ethnic Sample CD on the Market
    Every Ethnic ACID LOOP Library on the market

    1 Tascam D24 or Roland VS2480

    All Triggered by Cubase (Which I have Already)

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    my "dream studio"-setup right now is:
    (and I know it's alot of stuff and unfortunately this dream will never come true... )

    * a large studio room, divided in 2 compartiments (a soundproof room for recording vocals and acoustic instruments)
    * only once a year - a sound engineer who will have to check if the studio is sound-proof and has 100% good sound acoustics
    * 2x a 19'' rack 2 meters height
    * synth stands as many as required, design mixing & computer desk (it's still a dream !!), quality cables

    * Roland A-37 midi controller
    * Roland XV-88 also as midi controller + for the hammer-keys (I'm a piano-player) + sound expansion board SR-JV80-03 "Piano"

    * Roland XV-5080
    with SR-JV80-04 "Vintage Synthesizer", SR-JV80-08 " '60's & '70's Keyboards", SR-JV80-10 "Bass & Drums", SR-JV80-19 "House Collection", and SRX-01 "Dynamic Drum Kits", SRX-02 "Concert Piano", SRX-04 "Symphonic Strings", SRX-05 "Supreme Dance"
    * another Roland XV-5080
    with SR-JV80-13 "Vocal" Collection, SR-JV80-14 "World Collection - Asia", SR-JV80-15 Special Effects Collection, SR-JV80-18 "World Collection - Latin"
    * EMU Mo'Phatt
    * EMU Proteus 2500

    * Yamaha A5000 sampler
    * Akai S5000/S6000 sampler

    * Roland JP-8000
    * Novation Supernova II rack
    * Access Virus B / Indigo
    * Nordlead 3


    * 2x a Sherman Filterbank V2
    * some good mics (I have a Rode NT-2 and that's OK)
    * Roland V-series mixing systems
    * an excellent compressor, exciter (aphex 104/204 aural exciter), feedback destroyer
    * Genelec 1032A or S30D or ... monitors
    * an excellent 8x in 8x out MIDI interface

    vintage synths:

    * Roland TB-303 (midified)
    * Roland Juno 106 and Juno 60 (midified)
    * Roland Jupiter 8 + programmer
    * Roland TR-808 rhythm composer (midified)
    * Roland TR-909 rhythm composer
    * Roland VP-330 vocoder
    * Moog Minimoog
    * Yamaha DX-7
    * Yamaha CS-80
    * ARP 2600 or 2500
    * ARP Odyssey

    * a PC Pentium4 - 2 Ghz with 1024 MB RAM or Mac G4
    * Digi001 soundcard (?)

    software:

    * Steinberg's Cubase 5.0
    * Steinberg's Wavelab 3.1
    * Steinberg's LM-4
    * Propellerhead's Rebirth 2.01
    * NI Pro-52
    * NI FM-7
    * NI Battery (never tried but seems to be good)
    * Waves Native Gold bundle plugins
    * Sonic Timeworks' plugins
    * bunch of other VST/DX plugins

    Peace

    ooops... I forgot the TC Finalizer 96K (mastering), TC Fireworx (multi-fx), TC M-3000 (reverb), and Waves L2 Ultramaximizer ...
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    my dream studio is:
    ssl 9000 j series mixing console with the sl 959j 8-channel monitoring system with 5.1,
    yamaha ms10 nearfeild monitors(already got them)
    2 studers(24 track 2 inch tape recorder)
    Digidesign mix plus system with pro controll

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    My dream studio??? SONY 550. Either that or:

    SSL 9000J Console
    Neumann U87 microphones
    Neumann U47 microphones
    Avalon 737 Pre-Amps
    Mackie HR 824 monitors
    Yamaha NS10 M monitors
    Behringer Truth Monitors
    Mackie HDR 24/96 Recorders
    Otari Radar 24 Recording system.
    Neve 33609 Compressor/ Limiters.
    Alesis MasterLink
    Akai MPC 3000
    Korg Trinity
    Korg N364
    Roland JV 5080
    Emu Mo' Phatt
    Emu Proteus 2000
    Kurzweil 2600
    Roland Fantom.
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    powerbook g4, multiple 828's, pci expander for laptop to put in dsp cards to run TDM's (esp Virus), and an old crusty soundcraft mixer. And some mikes: AKG C414's, C451's, D112, SM57's and a C12VR. and some stands. And a firewire RAID system. And a red pool table, and a swimming pool, and a cocacola machine that gives you drinks for free, and a butler, and a boot polishing machine. and a halfpipe. all underground in a nuclear bomb shelter, with a woman that comes and drops food down a chute. Oh, and a kebab shop. How could you live without kebabs, and a wall of amps that would be cool, and a cricketbat and stuff youcan smash and a room full of naked bisexual females for inspiration and a beer tap in the kitchen, and all the Opera CD's in the world... I could go on but I'll spare you all, to get back to my evil plans of <cackle>WORLD domination</cackle>

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    Originally posted by TrakNyce
    My dream studio??? SONY 550. Either that or...
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    Marek, you just described a load of the big studios - apart from the boot-polishing machine

    Oh and you have to supply your own bi-sexual females, but it's amazing what a bit of success in the music biz can do for your level of attractiveness

    KasioRoks

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    (edited) but it's amazing what a bit of beer in the music biz can do for your concept of attractiveness

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    I did some reading up last night of some setups that I'd like to emulate: Add this to my last setup

    Johnson Millineium Amp
    Shure KSM 44 Mic
    Gibson Les Paul Santana

    Fender Jazz Bass
    Carvin 700 Watt Combo
    A nice TUBE bass amp

    Yamaha DTXTREME Electronic Drums
    Various Sabian Cymbals
    With Earthworks/SM-91's To Mic Them

    Hammond A100 Organ
    Korg Triton Maxxed Out


    Roland VS-2480 with monitor, all that good stuff.. If the VS-2480 can be linked to a MACKIE HDR 96, than that would be great too.

    I think the live insturmentation would fit all the ethnic samples quite well

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