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  • If you could have one piece of gear from Santa....

    What would it be?

    For me, I think Dave Smith's Prophet-12 would fill a gear gap very nicely.
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  • #2
    A room. I have no room at the moment
    flip the phase

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    • #3
      U-47
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      Dad is great and all but he never could sing -
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      • #4
        Since Santa probably doesn't have time to build a full sized API console by Christmas, an API 1608 would tide me over. But, Santa, please get started on a 24 channel version as soon as you get rested up from your sleigh ride.
        --
        "Today's production equipment is IT-based and cannot be operated without a passing knowledge of computing, although it seems that it can be operated without a passing knowledge of audio." - John Watkinson, Resolution Magazine, October 2006
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        • #5
          Originally posted by gubu View Post
          A room. I have no room at the moment
          I have a room but I do wish I had something a bit more quiet and freestanding…



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          • #6
            Both the DSI Pro 2 and the Moog Sub 37 are on my want list, but I really do not have room in the rig and don't really have a sound hole for the band that would justify them to fill.

            Actually at the top of the list for my rig is an Orange TH30C to play organ through, plus an ATA case that can also be rigged to mic it and feed back into my submixer.

            I'd also love an M32 (or X32) because it turns out we really do need more channels to get the demo recording capability where we want it. The Line 6 Stagescape is doing a fine job, but we are talking Santa's money here, right? I can't really justify spending mine on more studio gear yet.


            The one thing I really did desperately need, I already got on Sunday: a permanent bassist for the band.

            Martyn Wheeler (playing synthesizers/organ like it's 1973 in England)

            now: Fredfin Wallaby
            was: The Gonzo Symphonic

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Lee Knight View Post
              U-47

              Hey, missed your input on the last prod squad venture...I felt weird posting it without your usual sage advice...luckily the other squad members filled in.
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              • #8
                Originally posted by Ernest Buckley View Post
                I have a room but I do wish I had something a bit more quiet and freestanding…
                Yes, a decoupled, concrete, acoustically designed for purpose, and lined with dry stone walling, wood panneling and absorption panels, as needed, sounds just about right. Is it too late to stick a letter up the chimney?
                flip the phase

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                • #9
                  A Kawai VPC-1 with a solid stand...

                  A close second would be the Moog Sub 37 Tribute edition.

                  A larger room is definitely a big want, but until we tackle the basement renovation (including a new furnace and ducting), that will have to wait.
                  144 dB
                  Just Finished: Two Button Press
                  Working on: Condensation, The Jupiter Bluff
                  Main Axes: Kawai MP11 and Kurzweil PC361

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                  • #10
                    A really and tall large acoustically beautiful sounding room with lots of wood and thick rough-hewn wooden beams holding the high ceiling up and large windows overlooking the Santa Cruz Mountains and the Pacific Ocean below.
                    Ken Lee on 500px / Ken's Photo Store / Ken Lee Photography Facebook Website / Blueberry Buddha Studios / Ajanta Palace Houseboat - Kashmir / Hotel Green View - Kashmir / Eleven Shadows website / Ken Lee Photography Blog / Akai 12-track tape transfers / MY NEW ALBUM! The Mercury Seven

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                    • #11
                      I think I would like this one musical instrument. Yes, just one little stringed instrument, that's all I ask.

                      That way, I could soon have really and tall large acoustically beautiful sounding room with lots of wood and thick rough-hewn wooden beams holding the high ceiling up and large windows overlooking the Santa Cruz Mountains and the Pacific Ocean below...along with a Moog Voyager, Harrison desk, a comfortable couch in back of the Harrison, and that's about it. I don't need anything else.
                      Ken Lee on 500px / Ken's Photo Store / Ken Lee Photography Facebook Website / Blueberry Buddha Studios / Ajanta Palace Houseboat - Kashmir / Hotel Green View - Kashmir / Eleven Shadows website / Ken Lee Photography Blog / Akai 12-track tape transfers / MY NEW ALBUM! The Mercury Seven

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                      • #12
                        Korg KRONOS 61, w/Nano Pad
                        Last edited by Etienne Rambert; 12-23-2014, 11:07 PM.
                        He has escaped! Youtube , ​Murika , France

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                        • #13

                          A soundproofed vocal booth
                          smoke - new album
                          the mirror - album
                          storm - album
                          the asylum - forum

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by MarkydeSad View Post
                            A soundproofed vocal booth

                            The technical term is "closet" or "bathroom." The closet gives more of a dead sound depending on how much clothes you have in the there, while the bathroom gives ambience. Hmm, I guess if you had a closet in your bathroom it could be a live end/dead end vocal booth.
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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by gubu View Post
                              Yes, a decoupled, concrete, acoustically designed for purpose, and lined with dry stone walling, wood panneling and absorption panels, as needed, sounds just about right. Is it too late to stick a letter up the chimney?
                              Yes this. LOL

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