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22nd June 2009
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Your home studio

Many thanks for doing the Q&A Butch. Any chance you could post some pics of your home studio?
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25th June 2009
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yeah what gear do you have on your home studio?
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25th June 2009
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pics would be awsome!!!
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Many thanks for doing the Q&A Butch. Any chance you could post some pics of your home studio?
I'll try to take a picture tomorrow of GrungeIsDead and post it. It's nothing fancy, a bedroom which I use to record in. I can't really track a full band, there's no isolation. I do a lot of writing, and editing here. I also have mixed quite a few things here.

Shirley did most of the vocals for Bleed Like Me here.

I didn't do any acoustic work in the room, I just hung some panels to absorb the reflections.

Pro Tools HD (w lots of plug ins and soft synths)
Barefoot MM27s
MAudio EX66
Chandler LTD1 into Summit TLA 100 for vocals.
Chandler TG2 for Pod bass and guitar
Culture Vulture
Roger Meyer RM58
Transient Designer
M Audio Keystation 88 Midi controller
M Audio Trigger Finger for beats
Fender Custom Tele/Fender 12 string/Fender Jazzmaster
Fender P Bass
Gibson Les Paul Jr.
Gibson J 45 acoustic
Elam 250 mic
Bock 507 mic

and a bunch of stomp boxes!
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30th June 2009
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Pro Tools HD (w lots of plug ins and soft synths)
Barefoot MM27s
MAudio EX66
Chandler LTD1 into Summit TLA 100 for vocals.
Chandler TG2 for Pod bass and guitar
Culture Vulture
Roger Meyer RM58
Transient Designer
M Audio Keystation 88 Midi controller
M Audio Trigger Finger for beats
Fender Custom Tele/Fender 12 string/Fender Jazzmaster
Fender P Bass
Gibson Les Paul Jr.
Gibson J 45 acoustic
Elam 250 mic
Bock 507 mic

and a bunch of stomp boxes![/QUOTE]
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30th June 2009
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No corner bass traps? The acoustics guys are gonna freak.
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30th June 2009
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I like it a lot! Looks very inviting and comfortable. I bet you've fallen asleep in your chair in that room before
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30th June 2009
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No corner bass traps? The acoustics guys are gonna freak.
There's some there - just not in visible in the photo!
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30th June 2009
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Billy and what about your gear?
Do you still using the Equinox?

and which gear you and Butch have in common?
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30th June 2009
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No corner bass traps? The acoustics guys are gonna freak.
LOL. And we are freaking out covering every corner and surface the human eye can see.
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30th June 2009
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Many thanks for doing the Q&A Butch.
+1 This is great stuff!

@Butch

I know you said you can't track a full band in there, but do you ever record that acoustic kit you have by the sliding door?

I'd love to hear your thoughts on dealing with acoustic limitations of working in a smaller room.
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30th June 2009
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I see you've got a pair of MAudio EX66 next to your Barefoot's, just curious as to why and what's your take on the MAudio's?
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No corner bass traps? The acoustics guys are gonna freak.
No corner bass traps. It's a pretty down and dirty setup.

The room sounds OK, I think it helps that it's an odd shape.
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Do you find the EX66's (in the position they are in) mess with the low end of the MM27's since they are blocking two of the 10" speakers facing the phantom center?

Best regards,
Larry
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30th June 2009
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lolling hard at the acoustics freaks right now...
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30th June 2009
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Awesome Butch! Way to represent (in a good way) I am guessing that it is a rough up section and then you take it to the big places for final mixing. Looks great though.

Best,
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1st July 2009
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Nice Chair!!

Ok, What chair do you have in there?

Funny how things like a decent chair can make a huge difference.
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1st July 2009
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What do you think of the Bock 507?
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1st July 2009
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Do you find the EX66's (in the position they are in) mess with the low end of the MM27's since they are blocking two of the 10" speakers facing the phantom center?

Best regards,
Larry
The MM27's don't seem to have a problem being next to another speaker, I don't think bass frequencies have a problem next to other barriers like a speaker, they just need cubic space.

Both speakers sound good in my home studio.
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1st July 2009
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Billy and what about your gear?
Do you still using the Equinox?

and which gear you and Butch have in common?
Still love the Equinox.. my room is a little similar but i tend to mix more and do more overdubs in mine so there is a bit more outboard gear. BV tends to use his more for composition, arranging and editing. Same plugins and midi controllers but I still have the S3A's.
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1st July 2009
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Still love the Equinox.. my room is a little similar but i tend to mix more and do more overdubs in mine so there is a bit more outboard gear. BV tends to use his more for composition, arranging and editing. Same plugins and midi controllers but I still have the S3A's.
C'mon Billy! This is Gearslutz! Can you spill the beans on what outboard you have going?
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1st July 2009
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nice room

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Pro Tools HD (w lots of plug ins and soft synths)
Barefoot MM27s
MAudio EX66
Chandler LTD1 into Summit TLA 100 for vocals.
Chandler TG2 for Pod bass and guitar
Culture Vulture
Roger Meyer RM58
Transient Designer
M Audio Keystation 88 Midi controller
M Audio Trigger Finger for beats
Fender Custom Tele/Fender 12 string/Fender Jazzmaster
Fender P Bass
Gibson Les Paul Jr.
Gibson J 45 acoustic
Elam 250 mic
Bock 507 mic

and a bunch of stomp boxes!
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This is superb, Butch !!!!! thanks for sharing !
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1st July 2009
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What do you think of the Bock 507?
The Bock 507 sounds BIG and very smooth. I run it into the Chandler LTD-1, with a little eq, 80 hz hi pass, and a couple db boost at 12K, into the Summit TLA 100.
It sounds pretty sweet!
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new Green Day single at mixed GrungeIsDead

I mixed the new GD single "Last Of The American Girls" at the home studio, all in the box!
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