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    Studio gear

    I know that this might be exhaustive but I figure it might do us some help if we got some idea on how you guys set up your studio

    i mean, judging by the *Sound background picture there's definitely the Wall 'o' guitars

    And I did see the AD600

    and I'm pretty sure you guys have the Presonus Central Station in there somewhere

    But as far as a full extensive gear, what are y'all packing?

    Inquiring minds would like to know how you guys have it all setup...

    and by inquiring minds, i mean me...
    "Iss not dah saaayme fing!"

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    i agree! i want to know everything!
    I've realized that I'm better at buying gear than using it... sadly.

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    Hear hear! Gear list! Pictures! WOOOOOO
    Guitars
    Homebrew '72 Tele Thinline | Larrivee L-03 BW w/ LRBaggs DualSource > LRBaggs ParaAcoustic DI

    Guitar Rig
    TC Polytune > Voodoo Labs Sparkle Drive > homebrew Klon clone > DCPedals TS-777 > Catalinbread DLS > homebrew BoR clone
    > Swell Pedals G-Pro > Ernie Ball VP Jr. > Eventide Time Factor > '71 Fender Super Reverb

    Keys/Sequencing Rig
    Ableton Live 7 | Reason 4 | M-Audio Axiom 61 | TouchOSC for iPad |
    Novation Launchpad & Automap | Presonus Firebox

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    We're running Pro Tools HDX with the HD I/O.

    2x Shadow Hills MonoGama 500 series
    2x Avedis MA5s 500 series
    Presonus ADL 600
    Millennia STT-1
    API A2D
    Hamptone JFET
    2x ACMP-73
    Altec 1589B
    2x Purple Action 500 series
    Purple MC77
    DBX 119
    Circuit Bent Alesis D4 Drum Module
    Yamaha SPX90
    Yamaha REV5
    Seven-One Passive Summing Box

    But... We've just started...

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    Quote Originally Posted by marktheshark View Post
    We're running Pro Tools HDX with the HD I/O.

    2x Shadow Hills MonoGama 500 series
    2x Avedis MA5s 500 series
    Presonus ADL 600
    Millennia STT-1
    API A2D
    Hamptone JFET
    2x ACMP-73
    Altec 1589B
    2x Purple Action 500 series
    Purple MC77
    DBX 119
    Circuit Bent Alesis D4 Drum Module
    Yamaha SPX90
    Yamaha REV5
    Seven-One Passive Summing Box

    But... We've just started...
    Yeh... that's the stuff.

    Round 2! GO! =D
    Guitars
    Homebrew '72 Tele Thinline | Larrivee L-03 BW w/ LRBaggs DualSource > LRBaggs ParaAcoustic DI

    Guitar Rig
    TC Polytune > Voodoo Labs Sparkle Drive > homebrew Klon clone > DCPedals TS-777 > Catalinbread DLS > homebrew BoR clone
    > Swell Pedals G-Pro > Ernie Ball VP Jr. > Eventide Time Factor > '71 Fender Super Reverb

    Keys/Sequencing Rig
    Ableton Live 7 | Reason 4 | M-Audio Axiom 61 | TouchOSC for iPad |
    Novation Launchpad & Automap | Presonus Firebox

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    so... what's Round 2 of the Asterisk Sound Studio gear rundown????
    "Iss not dah saaayme fing!"

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    Korg ARP Odyssey.

    http://createdigitalmusic.com/2014/1...g-arp-odyssey/

    The reissue looks to be amazing! What do you all think?

    Todd
    releasethestars.net

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    Quote Originally Posted by marktheshark View Post
    We're running Pro Tools HDX with the HD I/O.

    2x Shadow Hills MonoGama 500 series
    2x Avedis MA5s 500 series
    Presonus ADL 600
    Millennia STT-1
    API A2D
    Hamptone JFET
    2x ACMP-73
    Altec 1589B
    2x Purple Action 500 series
    Purple MC77
    DBX 119
    Circuit Bent Alesis D4 Drum Module
    Yamaha SPX90
    Yamaha REV5
    Seven-One Passive Summing Box

    But... We've just started...
    This is a great list. Thanks for sharing.

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    For a full extensive gear, I guess everything must plan ahead. Having one takes more than just user friendly software. I assume you will need microphones, a headset, instruments, cables, a way to record drums, and accessories. From what I gathered, you could have it all on budget price below $2000.

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