Post pictures of your studio!

JmgWeb

New member
I'm a studio/session musician, mostly jazz keyboard and doing my own editing, mixing, mastering, and distribution. I use a Roland Tri-capture USB interface and a Mackie MIX12FX. I've got an old Boss JS-5 JamStation for some quick beats, but mostly use EZDrummer2 with Reaper v5 to custom build any beats I can't find in my sound library. I also have a Hosa Audio Switcher so I can back and forth between my Yamaha HS8s and Roland MA-8 monitors. My mike rig is a Shure SM-58. Someday I'd like to get an SM-7 when I can afford it. I got the acoustic treatment tiles online from Amazon: Pro Studio Acoustics - 12"x12"x1" Acoustic Wedge Foam Absorption Soundproofing Tiles, they're $40 a dozen. My wife made the quilt on the wall over my studio desk, which does a good job of echo dampening. My son made the desk unit from oak plywood, cost me about $250 for the materials, he did the labor. He also made the headphone stand (I'm a lucky man). When I'm mixing, I do my preliminary mix in the phones, then the HS8s. I also check the performance on the Roland micro-monitors and my SanDisk ClipSport MP3 player, and my car stereo. Since I got the HS8s, I've had to make a lot fewer changes in my mixes because they are so accurate. I used to have Rokit 5's, but they always over-accentuated the bass ranges and it was hard to sort out the "mud" if you know what I mean.
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LoccStana

www.LoccStana.com
Nope the booth is an entirely different room than the mixing room as you can see they are separated by the glass
 

Tritonn

Chronic Daydreamer
I've always wondered just how much studio equipment changes the production experience.
There's some really cool shit on here but I guess I can't really fathom how useful it is.

First Album drops on the 22nd and I'm still making bedroom beats with a laptop and headphones.
 

efinque

New member
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EDIT : This is an old picture btw.. I've changed a few things and removed some of the diffusers.

EDIT 2 : Here's the gearlist

Instruments :

Jose Ribera Classic Pro II
SQ Telecaster Mod
SQ Vint Mod Jazz Bass
Startone SAS-75

Yamaha PSR-2
Roland JX8-P
Novation Mininova
Akai Rhythm Wolf

Amps :

Vox Pathfinder Bass 10
Vox Pathfinder

Studio :

Fostex PM1mk2
Technics SB-102
Sony G3
Sony TA-AX 22

Allen&Heath Zed 10FX
Behringer U-Control 49
JVC KD-A11
Pioneer PD-004
Omnitronic DB-100
Presonus Firepod 10
XXL Mr. Brown

Microphones :

AKG C2000B
T-Bone SC300
T-Bone EM-700 stereo pair

DJ :

Mackie D.4 Pro
Formula Sound PM-90
Akai APC-40
Reloop RP-5000 M3D w/ Ortofon Concorde x2
Pioneer CDJ-800mk2 x2
Macbook Pro
Patchblocks x2
Novation Nocturn 25
Behringer FCA202

Headphones :

Shure SRH-750DJ
AKG-K121
 
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jayrise

New member
A studio setup doesn't have to look too expensive, as long as all the needed instruments are available, you're good to go. Nice setups I'm seeing here though.
 

MasseySD

Comuno Domini
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A couple of weeks ago I moved to this bedroom.
I used to have a relatively spacious room, but this works.

Love it, sitting or lying in bed and making some music, or just chatting, listening to music. Nice and cozy. :cool:
 

MasseySD

Comuno Domini
Ok, so...

Update.

Bought myself a nice set of speakers, the KS Digital C8-Reference, and a new pair of headphones, The Audeze LCD-X Creator Edition.

Bought the C8's from B-Stock, saved myself some cash!

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