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Gear Porn thread - pics of your slutty setups

i thought, well what the heck.. all other forums have this thread already, so why not this one too ?!??

there were occasional pic posts in the "what's in your analog collection" thread, but thought this one should cover it all..

so, bring it on.. analog, digital synths, samplers, beatboxes etc.. effects and recording gear are welcome too.


(my humble suggestion, if u can keep it within 1024x768, and 150k-ish limits, so page load doesn't become a slow n painful experience. thanks).
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ok, to get the ball rolling (yes, i'm bored ), here's a few:





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the drt bomb... where the electrocrunk gets dumped

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not a setup ... PORN it is !!!







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shane what sort of monitors are they?

i am also thinking about getting a phatty soon
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goddamn, you guys are killing me!!! a Q and a Q+???!!!!! WTF!!!

and the guy up there with the andromeda, JP8 and all the other tastey waldorf etc. stufff... nice fargin' rig!!!

i've gotta snap a few shots of mine and post them. will do so within the next couple of days.

i love these kind of threads!

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goddamn, you guys are killing me!!! a Q and a Q+???!!!!! WTF!!!

and the guy up there with the andromeda, JP8 and all the other tastey waldorf etc. stufff... nice fargin' rig!!!

i've gotta snap a few shots of mine and post them. will do so within the next couple of days.

i love these kind of threads!

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haha, i LOVE waldorf's stuff !!! if i could i would buy them when they went bust ...

cant wait to get my hands on a PPG ... yea right ... i cant find one .
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haha, i LOVE waldorf's stuff !!! if i could i would buy them when they went bust ...

cant wait to get my hands on a PPG ... yea right ... i cant find one .
me too. i've got a yello 32v Q and a mWXT rack. love them both, although it'd be nice to upgrade to a Q+ and sell off the yello one, notwithstanding its colorful sexiness!
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shane what sort of monitors are they?

i am also thinking about getting a phatty soon
Sony SDMHS95PS 19" LCD
(this model has the DVI input)

Honestly, they are the BEST flat screen LCDs I have ever worked on. Everyone who sees them in person can't believe how sharp, clear and full of contrast they are. I actually enjoy them just as much as a high-end CRT (i do design work as well) and would never trade these in for anything.
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my little slice of heaven

Here's my set up... It's changed a bit since this picture...but you can get the idea



Synths I had at one time and had to let go:

Prophet 10
Yamaha CS-70m
Yamaha DX1 and DX7
OB-X
OB-Mx
Juno 6
Jx-8p
JD-800
Minimoog
Kawai k5000r and sx-210

Wish I had kept some of them, all well.....

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CLEAN AND COZY MAN... nice
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Thanks!!!

May have to move it soon though

Need to find some office space in LA/Burbank area that will me record.

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My SERGE

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Here are mine: (I have others but still trying to find stands).







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Dam I’ve got to hand it to you guys
Some real KILLER set up's in here.

ROCK ON!!
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i think each one of these posts should also include some music links. now i'm really curious to hear what you guys are doing. there are some real stellar setups represented here, so i'm expecting some killer tracks from you guys!
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Here's my project

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i think each one of these posts should also include some music links. now i'm really curious to hear what you guys are doing. there are some real stellar setups represented here, so i'm expecting some killer tracks from you guys!
@pounce: killer setup.


a question: i see u use a big console, so i presume OTB mixing. do u print your HW synths, to be able to edit/adjust for midi inaccuracies, or u go direct into mix ? midi interface?

im thinking of going back to OTB, but midex n nuendo are giving me hell timing-wise when i drive those vintages.. . unless its pad or slo lines i always need to fix the timing a bit (like on arpeggios n sh*t)


my stuff can bee heard/seen here: http://www.babic.com/portfolio.php
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i definately at least sum OTB, use the outboard gear i have (compressors, verbs, etc.), and if only out of habit i expect to stay in an actual mixer for a while. the pictures, from 2006, still show my older analogue board. now i am using a yamaha dm2000, all 96 channels of it. that gets me a pretty killer DAW interface, lots of IO, good clock and coverters, and i just plain like it.

since i can send many individual channels in to the computer, i've gotten used to doing pretty typical multi track recording of the synths into the daw where i can mess around with stuff. no doubt the vintage gear sounds great but might have looser timing. i don't do the BT thing of editing every note to sample accuracy, i simply don't mind a little looseness. but i am given to editing and messing around with stuff in the box. right now i'm using DP mostly, but i have logic and am trying to get up to speed on it since it's feature set seems good for the kind of midi setups i'm seeing in this thread.

now i'm off to listen to some of the audio clips in the thread.
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i think each one of these posts should also include some music links. now i'm really curious to hear what you guys are doing. there are some real stellar setups represented here, so i'm expecting some killer tracks from you guys!
Here's one for me. Four short clips at the bottom of the page:

http://electro-music.com/catalog/pro...products_id/40

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Ooohh I love synth porn!




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holy friggin crap. looks like guitar center.
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Ooohh I love synth porn!
morley ure killing me...

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Before all with smaller setups leave in panic, here's my cozy blue corner:

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Correct me if I'm wrong, but that looks like a PEK, an MEK, and TWO poly evolver racks!?

What do you do with all those voices? Why both the PEK AND the MEK. Don't get me wrong, it's way slutty, and I would love to have any one of those boards, I'm just curious.
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ok, to get the ball rolling (yes, i'm bored ), here's a few:





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