Harmony Central Forums
Announcement Announcement Module
Collapse
No announcement yet.

Post Your Home Studios

Page Title Module
Move Remove Collapse









X
Conversation Detail Module
Collapse
  • Time
  • Show
Clear All
new posts

  • Post Your Home Studios

    I would like to start off, but I only have a crappy guitarport.

  • #2
    My "studio" as it were, consists of an instrument cable running from my amp's line out to my TriAC -> EQ -> soundcard.

    Mine's worse than yours so I'm afraid I can't be of much help
    Member: OFFICIAL Bad Monkey Club

    Comment


    • #3
      Can't call it a studio but

      SM58 >> M-Audio Black Box >> Ablton Live Lite

      It works for getting ideas down.
      NYC Americana

      Comment


      • #4
        Zoom MRS-802 Digital Recorder
        Samson Resolv Monitors
        Boss GT-8 Effects
        Alesis SR 16 Drum Machine
        My Most Notable Gear:
        Schecter 007 Elite
        Jackson DKMG
        Boss GT-8 Effects
        Zoom MRS802 Digital Recorder
        Samson Resolv Monitors
        Roland RS-50 Keys
        Alesis SR-16 Drum Machine
        Peavy Envoy 110 Prac. Amp

        Comment


        • #5
          Squier Strat
          Vamp2
          Tascam DP01
          Alesis HR-16 drum machine
          Ibanez Bass
          Yamaha Keyboard

          oh . . . and lovely girlfriends Ovation Balladeer

          Thats about it . . .
          Proud Member of the Squier Army.

          Comment


          • #6
            My basic setup is:

            Shure SM 58's & 57's
            Digitech Vocalist Peformer for cheating on harmonies
            Yamaha O1X control surface/audio interface
            Logic Pro 7 & Reason 3 on a PowerMac Dual Core

            I've got a few keyboard controllers/synths and a bunch of miscellanous gear as well.

            If you've got a decent computer there's a fair amount of inexpensive recording software you can use: you'll need a mic and an audio interface (you'll want something besides your basic soundcard).

            If you want to go the hardware route, there are lots of inexpensive four tracks, tape or digital. There's a mint Boss BR-532 on eBay right now, complete with a Shure SM-57, for $300 BIN, not a bad way to start (I have a BR-532 myself, but only used it couple of times before going the computer route - time to put it on eBay).
            "Socialism is a philosophy of failure, the creed of ignorance, and the gospel of envy; it's inherent virtue is the equal sharing of misery."

            Comment


            • #7





              Basic setup: digi002 rack into the powerbook G4. most of my mics are on the drumkit in this pic - 2 oktava mk 12s, 2 sm 57s, a sennheiser 835, an audix d6, and a CAD e-100.

              it's nice having all this space for jamming/recording, but the downside is i dont' have a living room.
              good transactions with: notjonahbutnoah, floodstage, gregit, angelhair0, upinflames, stevetron3030, cheesemaster, Dr.Picklebottom, beardcom, bnelly428, 44caliberKid, T_REX

              Comment


              • #8


                http://brymas.net - photography

                5150 (presence 10, treble 10, bass 10, mid 0)
                Boss Metal Zone
                Boss Metal Zone
                Boss Metal Core
                Boss Metal Zone
                MXR Wlyde OD
                B.C. Rich

                Comment


                • #9
                  Originally posted by Raskolnikovs axe





                  Basic setup: digi002 rack into the powerbook G4. most of my mics are on the drumkit in this pic - 2 oktava mk 12s, 2 sm 57s, a sennheiser 835, an audix d6, and a CAD e-100.

                  it's nice having all this space for jamming/recording, but the downside is i dont' have a living room.


                  Like the Lion Rampant!
                  Member: OFFICIAL Bad Monkey Club
                  EX-Member of the Squier Army
                  GLPCC
                  HCGB Trooper #314

                  Comment


                  • #10


                    My Amps & Guitars:
                    The Bassmen: Proud Fender Bassman Player
                    Fender Blackface Fraternity Lifetime Member

                    http://www.soundclick.com/bands/defa...&content=music

                    Comment


                    • #11
                      I'm trying to figure out a better space, but right now it's...

                      Guitar -->GNX3000 --> M Audio MBox -->Pro Tools LE on my 'puter. I also have a vocal/instrument mic...
                      Dave

                      Comment


                      • #12


                        Boss BR-1600 CD.

                        I love it...easy to use, portable, and the sound quality is excellent. Plus, it can burn CD's right on the spot.

                        Comment


                        • #13
                          I have been piecing together a home recording rig for a while now.

                          Mics: sm57, AKG d1000, Sennheiser E 609, Blue 8 Ball, AKG C2000B, and a couple of those micro condensors that cost .10 cents a piece.

                          Processors/Preamps: DBX Mic preamp/processor, Zoom B2 bass processor

                          Interface: Presonus Firebox

                          Software: Reaper or Tracktion


                          I am using an Alesis DM5 electronic kit to play the drum tracks. I have gotten some good quality sounds, but I need to spend more time on execution and tightening things up.

                          Comment


                          • #14


                            Here's a shot of the CR of my little studio, been going strong since 1989.
                            Real Men Play Telecasters!

                            Were you doing better when "rich" people were makin' money, OR are you better off now?

                            Fuchs ODS 30, BadCat HC15, 63' Fender Blackface Bandmaster, Mesa-Boogie Mark, Mesa-Boogie Tremoverb, Mesa-boogie Heartbreaker, MusicMan 112RD

                            Comment


                            • #15
                              Originally posted by MojoFilter


                              Boss BR-1600 CD.

                              I love it...easy to use, portable, and the sound quality is excellent. Plus, it can burn CD's right on the spot.


                              I had the BR900 and found it really complicated to use. It also took so long to make a song.

                              Comment



                              Working...
                              X