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So what did you SELL in 2006? Condenser Microphones
Old 28th December 2006
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So what did you SELL in 2006?

haha! The other thread about what we bought in 2006 tells only half the story!

I sold:

Taylor T-5 Custom Maple
RME Fireface 800
Line6 POD XT Pro
Line6 Echo Pro
Focusrite Liquid Channel
M-Audio Tampa (I kinda liked it, just not enough to take up 2 of my rackspaces)
Carvin X100B guitar amp head
Carvin 4x12 amp cab
Mackie Big Knob
M-Audio C03 format converter
M-Audio Radium49 (replaced with Axiom61)
Old 28th December 2006
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haha..just about all my recording gear....


m
Old 28th December 2006
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not anywhere near enough
Old 28th December 2006
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A few songs
Mackie 824's
UA 610
M-audio firewire 410
Fulltone OCD (to James Lugo)
Japanese Thunderbird bass (Epiphone Japan)
Old 28th December 2006
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Blue Ball
Fernandes Retrorocket Elite guitar
Digi 002 rack
Focusrite Compounder
Drawmer TS1
Moog Phaser
Oram MWS
Apogee MiniDAC

....and my soul.........
Old 28th December 2006
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M Audio 410
Mytek 896 ADC (Good Riddance!!!!)fuuck
Great River MP-2
Drawmer 1960
2 Presonus ACP-22's

That's about it, not a bad year!
Old 28th December 2006
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Randall MP4 and modules
RNC/RNP combo
Lucid AD9624
Audix D2's and a D1 (I kept the D6)
Roland JV1010
Roland TD7
Focusrite Octopre

and I don't miss a bit of it. It was all either redundant, unused, or in the case of the Octopre - absolute ****e.
Old 28th December 2006
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"Focusrite Octopre

and I don't miss a bit of it. It was all either redundant, unused, or in the case of the Octopre - absolute ****e."

I myself bought a Octopre and thought "wow cool eight more inputs" but have not been able to get any good recording off of it. I have to think that they can not be that bad, so not the steal this thread, but has anyone got the unit to produce any good recordings?

Glenn
Old 28th December 2006
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rhodes stage 73 mk1- having three is just silly!
roland sre555-replaced with a moog 104sd delay which sounds amazing
roland juno 106-replaced with a memorymoog plus-enough said!
mackie 1604 vlz-replaced with amek bc3
Old 28th December 2006
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Pro Tools HD1 core card and 2x Apogee X-HD.

Why? I just prefer Logic so...

I traded out for Pro Tools M-Powered 7.3 with the Production Toolkit and an M-Audio ProFire LightBridge. Now I can use the same hardware for both PT and Logic, and I can still use the only stuff I ever use in Pro Tools... Beat Detective and the Massey limiter!

Plus I ended up with a butt load of cash from the trade. Can't beat that!
Old 28th December 2006
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Pod Pro
Bass Pod Pro
Real estate on planet Uranus
Old 28th December 2006
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Presonus Eureka...which i will prolly buy again just to have, roland fantom xr, alesis ion, TL-Audio Eq 1 and Original Blackface Urei 1176...amongst other small items i was not using and yes i was not using the 1176 sold it for good money that was put to use to something that i do use...
Old 28th December 2006
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Focusrite Octopre.... has anyone got the unit to produce any good recordings?

Glenn
The secret of the Octopre is like so:

Most pre's have a "range" that's a little forgiving when you're setting gain. Like, for a random example, if you're miking an acoustic guitar, if you've got the pre on "6" it might sound a little low, "8" might be pushing it, so anywhere inbetween will work.

The Octopre has zero wiggle room in this regard. The proper setting will be "7.3". If you have it at "7.2." it will sound washed-out and wimpy. "7.4" will sound harsh and clippy. If you have the patience to find this magic number, you can get a full-throated and ballsy sound. I think maybe most people are erring on the high side, and from this flows the impression that it's ALWAYS harsh and clippy. And as you listen, as you're dialing in the gain, you don't hear the source getting "louder," you hear the "zone of amplifying" widen. It is some weird sh*t, for sure, but the thing is not worthless, it's just very, very touchy.
Old 28th December 2006
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Master Room MixMix MR-III Spring Reverb
Jackson Dinky Reverse
USA Fender California Strat
BBE 362
Behringer Multicom
Morley Tripler
Ampex 440
Apex 430 Condenser


2005 was brutal, sold so much cool gear. This year wasn't so bad...no real regrets.
Old 28th December 2006
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my soul...


Also, an AudioArts 1500 notch filter that I'd been trying to get rid of for years, finally. And a VGA monitor & some computer desks.

Not much, really. I'm too much of a packrat to sell stuff.
Old 28th December 2006
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Neumann M147
Traynor Mark 3 100w head
SM85
SM87
Atari 1040ST (anyone looking for an SMP24 real cheap?)
Old 28th December 2006
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Musiclab View Post
not anywhere near enough
Quote:
Originally Posted by Bob Ross View Post
...
Not much, really. I'm too much of a packrat to sell stuff.
I'm with these folks

I smell some NY resolutions approaching...
Old 28th December 2006
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Focusrite Twintrak
Roland TD3 V-drum kit
Roland VS-880EX
Xwire Wireless System
GCX Ground Control
Mesa 2:90

All to feed the addiction.

C
Old 28th December 2006
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Atari 1040ST
dude! ...those were the days!
Old 28th December 2006
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Bob Ross View Post
my soul...
I thought about selling that but remembered I got rid of it sometime around 2001.
Old 28th December 2006
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Sold a few things in 2006:

Behringer Edison EX-1
Mackie LM-3204
Presonus CSR-1
Aphex 9651 (x4)
Aphex 9721 (x2)
Aphex Dominator 722
DBX 902 (x2)
DBX 929
DBX 904 (x2)
DBX 900 rack
Tascam DM-24 & analog expansion boards
Shure SM57 vintage USA model (x2)
Speck 316 eq
MOTU MTPII midi interface
Roland SDE-1000
Roland SRV-330
Grace 201
Yamaha SPX-90II
Lexicon PCM-81
Alesis Wedge

Mostly to buy new gear and an Intel Mac (very soon!).
Old 28th December 2006
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Quote:
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Atari 1040ST

I've still got mine (and my 120XT, 5200, 800, and 2600). I might open a museum (mausoleum??).


I sold my UA 610 and a fiddle.
Old 28th December 2006
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"Focusrite Octopre

and I don't miss a bit of it. It was all either redundant, unused, or in the case of the Octopre - absolute ****e."

I myself bought a Octopre and thought "wow cool eight more inputs" but have not been able to get any good recording off of it. I have to think that they can not be that bad, so not the steal this thread, but has anyone got the unit to produce any good recordings?

Glenn
I have used the Octopre a lot, mostly because it was the only at hand. Here's a link to a song were it was the only pre used for drums/vocals/git. Even used the in built di for bass! The rest was a rather economic setup also, sm-7/pcm60/pt le with oxford eq/div. waves/bf76)

http://www.afterbirthband.com/html/l...esperation.mp3

If it's a decent recording is for you to decide
Old 28th December 2006
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I sold a Mangler and a Rumour (replaced by a KSP8).
Sold an Analogman Bichorus pedal.
Sold a POD XT Live pedal and picked up a POD XT Pro (used) for cheaper than what I sold the pedal for. (That was good.)
Old 28th December 2006
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I kept all the audio gear but sold the H3 Hummer. Actually, Hummer bought it back from me. Love those lemon laws!

Jim Williams
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Old 28th December 2006
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Funny....I also sold my new(ish) 4runner and bought an 89 Land Cruiser. Love them old trucks......

What'd you replace the H3 with Jim?

m
Old 28th December 2006
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Funny....I also sold my new(ish) 4runner and bought an 89 Land Cruiser. Love them old trucks......

What'd you replace the H3 with Jim?

m
Nothing, I'm walking.

Just kidding... I have a '04 Jeep Wrangler X that's my main machine now. I took some of the cash I got back from Hummer and lifted it and added a K+N air intake, adjustable shocks, etc. It's a real off road killer now. Great for jumping curbs and getting around traffic when I'm not out in the desert crushing rocks. Funny, I spend my weekdays with refined silicon and my weekends with un-refined silicon.

Jim Williams
Audio Upgrades
Old 28th December 2006
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Quote:
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Nothing, I'm walking.

Just kidding... I have a '04 Jeep Wrangler X that's my main machine now. I took some of the cash I got back from Hummer and lifted it and added a K+N air intake, adjustable shocks, etc. It's a real off road killer now. Great for jumping curbs and getting around traffic when I'm not out in the desert crushing rocks. Funny, I spend my weekdays with refined silicon and my weekends with un-refined silicon.

Jim Williams
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I'm still going through all the little things that are wrong with my FJ. I can't wait to get a bit of a lift on it and a few other things. I'm just still trying to determine now if I need the tranny rebuilt or not. I've got my fingers crossed.

m
Old 28th December 2006
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I checked those out, they didn't seem to be strong enough for me. I saw a lifted one at the 4 wheel parts store, the mechanics said it was cheaply made.

After the Hummer experience, I'm a bit gun shy on new off road designs which is why I'm sticking with the TJ jeep, the strongest one they ever made. The new Jeeps are cheaply made too. Thin sheet metal that bends to save weight and improve gas mileage.

Guess my Jeep will end up being "vintage" as well.

Jim Williams
Audio Upgrades

Back to your previously selected subject....
Old 28th December 2006
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- Roland XP-10
- Dbx 128
- Sytek MPX-4Aii
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