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Show me your studio - No setup too small!
Old 1st January 2014
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Show me your studio - No setup too small!

Show me your studio 2014 - no setup too small!
...as accustomed, here's the thread for the year.

Show me yours and I'll show you mine. The purpose of this is to give fellow slutz some quality amateur or professionally made control room, live room and gear porn. And while no setup is too small, no setup is definitely too large either. Make us drool!

Game is on once again. Lets see those slutty pictures and hear the sighs captured on the scene with all that obscene equipment. Surely 2014 beats all the previous sluttyness!
Old 1st January 2014
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Wow already!
Old 1st January 2014
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Do we really need a new thread each year?
Old 1st January 2014
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YA NUMBER ONE

... i just got banned to the basement, not that big of a deal, since the only two real pieces of hardware i have is a kemper and a babyface. all the rest of that is for 'mood', is garbage, and probably should be smashed repeatedly. i turned the lights on for the picture, normally it's quite nice and dark and atmospherically moody.

just got the kemper set up yesterday, and did some demos whilst drinking the year away.



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https://soundcloud.com/fairlytfcertain/kemper-test2
Old 1st January 2014
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Ya we need a new thread every year.

Happy 2014 suckaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaas
Old 1st January 2014
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The old daawg finally got married at 48----after 30 years of full-time gigging. Now have my first wife. two boys aged 12 and 13, and working out of my home studio. The boys are great on the keys. drums, and starting to record their bands here. I love being and working at home----a very happy cat!
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Old 1st January 2014
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The old daawg finally got married at 48----after 30 years of full-time gigging. Now have my first wife. two boys aged 12 and 13, and working out of my home studio. The boys are great on the keys. drums, and starting to record their bands here. I love being and working at home----a very happy cat!
Congratulations on gettin' married, having the boys and their band.......and on the joys of having a studio at home!! All good!
Old 1st January 2014
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Thanks for the kind words! I remember endless hrs of transposing horn arrangements at Berklee in the mid 70's. Computers barely existed--certainly not for music. It's a bit hard to believe sometimes how it's all changed. Studio sessions back then seemed to often make the musicians a bit uptight, because of the producer always watching the production costs. Not many got to just hang and create in the studio unless you were sporting a big record deal. Now, I can take as much time as I want to get things right, re-record, and even wait for the "Muse" to inspire. And I control the final sound as well. For me, I'm very much digging where technology has brought things. Best Regards, from Vancouver!
Old 2nd January 2014
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The old daawg finally got married at 48----after 30 years of full-time gigging. Now have my first wife. two boys aged 12 and 13, and working out of my home studio. The boys are great on the keys. drums, and starting to record their bands here. I love being and working at home----a very happy cat!
Congrats on the marriage...

But what in the world kind of speakers are those? I've never seen a 2 woofer/1 tweeter setup like that before... *drool*
Old 2nd January 2014
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Them bad boys are Klein and Hummel 0410's. I find them amazingly accurate. However there is a ton of trapping and diffusion in the room. 90 lbs each. "Holy hernia Batman"
Old 2nd January 2014
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I'll chime in...Happy New Year! This is a few pics of my relatively new space, located here in Massachusetts. It's in the works.
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Old 3rd January 2014
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Here are our two mix rooms. Mix 1 is primarily for on-air use and has a modified MCI JH-428B (ca. late 1977 or early 78). Mix 2 is post mix only, MiB. Two bay rack cabinet is in the back of Mix 1.
(Emmy®)
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Old 3rd January 2014
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Old 4th January 2014
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My artist room 2014

https://soundcloud.com/aki-silventoinen
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Old 4th January 2014
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Here's my work-in-progress drum room/studio. Going to be moving soon so everything is just kind of plopped down but hopefully within the year this will be turned into something more respectable.
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Old 4th January 2014
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Nice space - where's your desk from? I could do with a similar one...
Old 6th January 2014
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Nice space - where's your desk from? I could do with a similar one...
It´s an old wooden make up desk from the 1960`s. The upper table disk (oak, 105 cm x 60 cm) isn´t attached at all, it´s just laying there. But it´s stable enough because of the mass pulling things together.
Old 7th January 2014
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Do we really need a new thread each year?
Yes.. It's good for categorization. It also prevents a thread with thousands of pages. It engourages people to re-post each year.

It will also be very interesting in time to come. Imagine if you started one from the late 60s going forward. You could view the progression with technology and setup designs each year.
Old 7th January 2014
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Unfortunately it's been many months since I've been home, but here's my setup when I am there:

Old 7th January 2014
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Old 8th January 2014
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I don't have a recording studio - I have a tracking corner!

For the last 10 years i've been an ITB man, but as the DIY bug bit me i've been moving toward a more OTB setup - now my rack is largely full of builds I put together over the last 12-months. I also have an API 5500 but a mate is currently borrowing that for a project. I'm considering buying a Fatso for the one last hole in the rack. After that - i'm done.






Will be buying my own digs around Easter to convert/deck out as I like, until then i'm renting and this little corner is the best I can do
Old 13th January 2014
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my new place so happy .

Took me almost a year to find my own mix room in London.

haven't finished connecting everything yet ... but it's up and running and sounding sexy !

Old 14th January 2014
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For me this is a huge improvement from what I've come from. It sounds good in here and I've got space for synths, racks, plenty of speakers and guitars, guitar and vocal mics, vinyl rig, and foot room to wiggle around in, which is so important. I also love my LED lighting.

Any drums or electric guitar I am going to have to track remotely at a reahearsal studio. So in this room it's mixing, singing, direct inject tracking of bass, etc.

I'm slowly going through a major upgrade process with gear. I expect to have the racks a lot fuller by the end of the year. Including some desktop racks I need to build.



















Old 14th January 2014
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Just some early morning shot of the control room. I'll add more pics as soon as I make some...
Old 14th January 2014
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I use half a 15' x 30' room for music and the other half for TV and gaming. A room treatment nightmare that I'm sorting out gradually.
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Old 21st January 2014
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My modest set-up....not as fancy as some of ya'll's but for southern gospel quartets and soloists it is far more than adequate!
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Old 22nd January 2014
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Just some early morning shot of the control room. I'll add more pics as soon as I make some...
Beautiful.
Old 22nd January 2014
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Not really a "studio" but it's my production space...






And my beloved MIA P-bass:

Old 23rd January 2014
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My beat making rig
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