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ProjectK2R4 Studio

This is my studio in my garage for my personal non-professional music projects.









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I love this soo much! Where are you? Do you have a web site?
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Here's me, pics are pretty old, quite a few things have changed, especially in the outboard rack.







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Thats one of the nicest rooms i've seen. I love the floor. What are the approx dimensions of that live room?
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As I am in Spain for the moment, I really can't take any picture of my studio at home (Norway..) BUT, I have read all the posts at "Show ur setup anno 2011", I just have to say to people who think they not have a setup to show us and people that want to produce music...

It's not the studio that makes music, it's you...

Also; A studio engineer, producer whatever, could probably make better music on a laptop, then a newbie in a $100,000 studio... Just saying.... But heey, who doesn't want a $100k studio?

HOWEVER; cheers mates!
AND A HAPPY NEW YEAR (pictures from my "studio" would appare soon as I come home.. )
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Thats one of the nicest rooms i've seen. I love the floor. What are the approx dimensions of that live room?
+1 !
love the vibe of that room !
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That room mic besides the leslie, on what microphone standard is that microphone standing? Looks to be a lovely stand...
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Happy Newyear all!

Here's my place in an old rebuilt farm. Great place, lots of space with a high ceiling. This month, I'm going to fill the open spaces above my two X-Desks with two 500 racks filled with eq's.
I love this place. It's the closest to my own, ever thought about wheels on the racks?
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[IMG] Studio-010 par yannickstamand, sur Flickr[/IMG]
I'm totally jacking your studio ideas!!
Love your place BROTHER!!

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That room mic besides the leslie, on what microphone standard is that microphone standing? Looks to be a lovely stand...
It's an SE 1 stand. They're pretty cool, but they're expensive and have a few design flaws. I think they've been taken off the market to be re designed. I imagine the V2 will be killer.
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Look who's talking! Trev, your studio is looking great!
Thanks man. Appreciate it!
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This is my studio in my garage for my personal non-professional music projects.



Very Nice!!!
Just the foam...:(
Makes me want to come by and remove it...
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here's my setup for the new year
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Here you are, Gents......Mad Science Audio in all it's 2012 state-of-the art finery.

I call your attention to our new Tube Hybrid Behringer mixer (just in front of our gear rack) and to our able bodied assistant, Studio Art, who is always standing by to...assist.

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About 80% done with our rebuild. No Mystery Studios in New York.
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Wow... Nice!!! That's 100,000+++ on just console and barefoots...
One Day!!
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I'm seeing a lot of pictures of nearfields on their sides (every picture but one has at least one pair of nearfields on their sides on this particular page of the thread), but I've been reading books on mixing and mastering and they all say that these speakers are not meant to be laid on their sides because:

1. The waveguides on the tweeters are designed to direct the high frequency sounds horizontally for a wider sweetspot and also to avoid bouncing high frequencies off the desk/console. Putting speakers on the side, especially with tweeters on the outside obliterates the sweet spot altogether and also causes more comb filtering than you'd otherwise get because it's directing the high frequency sound down at the desk and up at the ceiling instead of in a side-to-side spread.

2. When the woofers and tweeters are not vertically in alignment, you get phase shift between the two since the sound from whichever driver is closer gets to you before the other. This is extra problematic in the crossover range because most crossovers are "soft" so that some of the same frequencies are coming out both woofer and tweeter and comb filtering each other right out of the box.

I don't have a studio... just a room in my basement where I write and produce my own music (which is pretty much a money-losing endeavor), so I don't have any cred of my own, so maybe I'm overstating the issue
There is a several dual woofer monitors and ns10's that are the exception.. DSM3/TwinB's/A77x...etc
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what the wife will let me get away with in our breakfast nook:
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Awesome small room!!!!!
great job!! Take notes slutz!
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I do not care how you wish to place your monitors, for the record my are upright......ha ha ha beautiful pictures guys, I am glad their are more crazy people out their then me.

These pictures are almost as exciting as a hot naked women!!!
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Very Nice!!!
Just the foam...:(
Makes me want to come by and remove it...
Why the hate on the foam? I've been reading a lot of books and articles lately from well recognized publications (e.g. sound on Sound) that recommend foam for some applications and fiberboard for others. Are the pros wrong?
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There is a several dual woofer monitors and ns10's that are the exception.. DSM3/TwinB's/A77x...etc
Why would the ns10s be an exception? Is there some sort of phase correction in the crossover?


Wouldn't a dual-woofer model be even worse because the comb filtering due to phase shift of sideways placement be over a far wider spectrum than just at the tweeter-woofer soft crossover? If I have two speakers producing the same frequencies but those frequencies are reaching your ear at different times that sounds really bad.
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Oh just read this about the A77x:

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The two 7” woofers are identical with that of the A7X. With their large voice coils (1.5”) and powerful amplifiers, they are capable of both very high maximum sound pressure levels as well as very deep registers. The woofers do not cover the same frequency bands: while both of them are responsible for the (sub-) bass frequencies up to about 400Hz, only one of them reproduces the midrange. This prevents interferences between the two drivers.
So I guess they built something to intentionally work around the problem in that model for people who can't mount a speaker vertically. But it sounds like it would be used only if you had no vertical mounting option. I don't know how they solve the tweeter crossover problem. They don't speak to that.

Still wondering about the NS10.
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Oh just read this about the A77x:



So I guess they built something to intentionally work around the problem in that model for people who can't mount a speaker vertically. But it sounds like it would be used only if you had no vertical mounting option. I don't know how they solve the tweeter crossover problem. They don't speak to that.

Still wondering about the NS10.
The second revision of the NS10's were bases on ns10 being used this way... Even the the logo was adjusted horizontally. Your argument is right but don't apply to all monitors. I myself flip them some times so I can fully see threw the glass. TwinSoloBes are the same way 90% are used horizontal position.
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Well I'm more academically interested in what Yamaha did or what the A77x does to support their being placed on the side. Even if each driver has a different frequency, crossovers are "soft" and there is some range of frequencies that is produced by both tweeter and the midrange/woofer drivers (depending on whether you're 2- or 3-way).

Do they actually have small delays built in the crossovers so that the closer drivers produce sound slightly later than the farther ones?

It would be funny to know if Yamaha just ignored that problem and changed the logo orientation and nothing else
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