Pets in the studio (pics)
Old 20th October 2005
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Heres Max the dog during his VO session for the play "chesapeake"
by Lee Blessing. (no kidding) We used his vocalizations as sound cues throughout the entire production.
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Old 20th October 2005
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This is Sasha.

She's been at the studio for about 6 weeks.

I've heard that she might get really big.

Hopefully not too big to keep her here.

Wish me luck.
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Old 20th October 2005
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Produceher
This is Sasha.

She's been at the studio for about 6 weeks.

I've heard that she might get really big.

Hopefully not too big to keep her here.

Wish me luck.
What?!? how do you have a tiger in a recording studio in NYC?
Old 20th October 2005
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This is Daisy.

Robert,

What breed of dog is Daisy? Beautiful!

Cheers,
-kevk
Old 20th October 2005
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<img src="http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v230/circuit_i/kitty.jpg" alt="Image hosted by Photobucket.com">
Old 20th October 2005
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What?!? how do you have a tiger in a recording studio in NYC?


No problem.


Kenny's studio is in the Bronx Zoo. heh


You know the expression i can teach a monkey to be an engineer...
Old 20th October 2005
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Originally Posted by cuttooth21
What?!? how do you have a tiger in a recording studio in NYC?
It's not a tiger!!!!!

Is it?

Old 20th October 2005
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What?!? how do you have a tiger in a recording studio in NYC?
Is your middle name gullible?
Old 20th October 2005
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Produceher
It's not a tiger!!!!!

Is it?

If that's not a tiger.....what does a tiger look like?!?!

BTW-There's no gear in that pic. Throw some drumsticks in her mouth!!
Old 20th October 2005
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Is your middle name gullible?
No.
Old 20th October 2005
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bully two

Dood. That's probably one of the most awesomest dogs I've ever seen in my life. This is when cloning would come in very handy because I want her.

Bull Terrier? American or English?

Jason
Old 20th October 2005
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Dood. That's probably one of the most awesomest dogs I've ever seen in my life. This is when cloning would come in very handy because I want her.

Bull Terrier? American or English?

Jason
thanks, she is a English bull terrier.
Old 20th October 2005
  #43
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Jack

Does the backyard Count?
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Old 20th October 2005
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Originally Posted by r0ck1r0ck2
pets in the studio seems like a Dangerous idea....
fur everywhere...
That's what I wonder about...

Well gear-pet owners? Do you do anything about the fur? Ever cause any problems?


Ahja likes to watch me edit audio at home, though:
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Old 20th October 2005
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Old 21st October 2005
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Ok, sort of on-topic. As a cat-owning studio owner, has anybody lost bizness - or ruined someone's session at least - due to cat allergies?

I always tell clients beforehand that there is a cat around, and I also have a perennial stash of Claritin at the ready. I'd rather lose the client than the cat though. (Unless it was, I don't know, Tom Waits or something.)

You've got to have your loyalties.

Adam
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Old 21st October 2005
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When he wobbles with one ear then I know that I have screwed up the highs. heh
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Old 21st October 2005
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Quote:
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This is Daisy.
Crashbasket and Juliet......studio hounds and security detail

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Old 21st October 2005
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what do you feed him? nothing better then a fat cat.
Old 21st October 2005
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what do you feed him? nothing better then a fat cat.

We've got a little mouse grey female kitty that kicks both their asses. they are both 3 years old. she's 9 years old and showed them who was boss when they were just puppies. heh
Old 21st October 2005
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We've got a little mouse grey female kitty that kicks both their asses. they are both 3 years old. she's 9 years old and showed them who was boss when they were just puppies. heh

:-) thats funny.
i dont hope, your children start growing when they get older!!
Old 21st October 2005
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we love this thread!

so many cuties.

Keep em' coming.
Old 21st October 2005
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Quote:
Originally Posted by animix
Crashbasket and Juliet......studio hounds and security detail

First of all, that´s a great pic. Friendship.
Secondly people who grow their dogs with cats is what I totally dig.

Ruphus
Old 21st October 2005
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Thirdly, so many sweet pics, but Gideon´s cat on the keyboard is just hillarious. Looks like a comic. heh

Ruphus
Old 21st October 2005
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Originally Posted by AjD
Ok, sort of on-topic. As a cat-owning studio owner, has anybody lost bizness - or ruined someone's session at least - due to cat allergies?
I've lost all my e-mails though due to this cat who's able to press 'shift' + 'delete' and then 'enter', all in the correct sequence to delete all the e-mails without placing them in the bin first ;-)

This is him reading an Ableton Live tutorial
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Old 21st October 2005
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Redbone Coonhound

In the drum room...
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Old 21st October 2005
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Originally Posted by Rodney Gene
Speedy....AKA...'The Speed Wagon'

I have two Rat Terriers. Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs. Lester is a chocolate tri and Earl is a B&W bi. No handy pictures though.
Old 21st October 2005
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I have two Rat Terriers. Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs. Lester is a chocolate tri and Earl is a B&W bi. No handy pictures though.
That is excellent Paul! Our little dudes rule the roost...We ain't gots us no chitlins so these two get it all!

....Man..these two are Professional Nappers...!!
Old 21st October 2005
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Originally Posted by tvanveen
We have 2 cats in our rehearsal space...they bolt as soon as we start playing, but their cat boxes remind us they're there.

This one like to bug me while mixing.

BTW, she's almost 19 years old!
Clumping litter and a once-a-day cleaning and you should be able to more or less forget the cat box most of the time.

When I moved into a tiny beachside apartment there was NOWHERE else to put the cat box but in a tiny utility closet in the tiny kitchen... (did I mention this place is tiny? But it is literally a 2 minute walk to the bay and you can see Catalina at the end of my street on a clear day.) I didn't wanna but there was no other way. It really hasn't been a problem, except maybe for a little sand spill... and I got a little rubber bib mat that goes in front of it (and the closet door closes enough to 'direct' the cat across the mat) that catches most of the sand.

But before I discovered clumping litter (long time ago when I had four cats) my place had a reputation among my friends... if you know what I mean.

But my surviving cat (a rescue I took in at my old place after I had to have pretty much all his teeth pulled) is a real sandbox engineer. When his old and sickly pal George was still around, this guy, Duke, would actually seem to go into the covered cat box just to cover up George's scats. (Another good invention, the covered cat box -- at least if you can persuade your cat to use it -- Duke was just so happy to be inside and not eating out of trashcans that I think he liked it 'cause it made him feel protected at a sensitive juncture.)



Duke (so named because, though it doesn't show here, he has one blue eye and one green eye and was very thin and white [well, actually not all that white... he was sick and filthy and very weak] when I started feeding him in my backyard -- I knew from the first bowl of catfood that he was gonna end up with me, of course, so I didn't even bother waiting to 'name' him)


George and Dave, his fondly remembered 'cousins' who were born in a cardboard computer monitor box in my living room in 1989. AKA, the Dubba Trubba Bubba Hub Boys. They look mean but they were... well, pussycats. It was a tough neighborhood, though, lots of pitbulls and kids, so they adopted that hardguy look...
Old 21st October 2005
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some really great pics (and pets!) so far, I love my animals

here is aslan looking after a microphone



and Paris looking after the money (I found her like that, I didn't place it)




narco
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