• What genres of music do you make in your studio?

    From Phantomrage@VERT/PRS to All on Sun Jun 24 21:59:25 2012
    So the question is,
    What genres of music do you make in your studio?

    What gear do you use?

    Software or hardware DAW?

    As for me,
    I do electronic stuff, experimental, psy trance, tech, some hip hop/rap beats for friends, or what ever else I seem to come up with.

    The gear I use, for this is
    DAW Acid Pro and Wavlab
    Korg ER1
    EMU Orbit with the Launch pad
    Peavy SP with the SXii
    Roland Juno 2
    DigiTech time machine
    Alesis midi verb
    Simple electric guitar.

    Studio board is a Tascam DM24 (freaking hate that thing)

    About it for my simple setup. I sold off all my other stuff years ago, and just got back into this using leftover stuff I had kept.

    Any samples of music?

    Trying to spark this section of dovenet up that's all.







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  • From Digital Man@VERT to Phantomrage on Mon Jun 25 18:26:59 2012
    Re: What genres of music do you make in your studio?
    By: Phantomrage to All on Sun Jun 24 2012 09:59 pm

    So the question is,
    What genres of music do you make in your studio?

    Lately, I'm just doing drumming videos for youtube.

    What gear do you use?

    I have a 15-year old Mackie 1604 VLZ, a Lexicon 50<mutter> digital effects processor, a BBE sonic maximizer, a Berhinger USB audio digital interface, lots
    of nice mics (Shure, Sennheiser, AKG, etc.) and a bunch of outboard gear I haven't touched in years.

    Software or hardware DAW?

    Currently, software (video capture/editing software), so really not much multi-tracking lately.

    I threw out my hardware DAW (Fostex 8-track) finally a year or so ago.

    Any samples of music?

    http://www.youtube.com/user/rswindell

    Trying to spark this section of dovenet up that's all.

    That's cool.

    digital man

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  • From Phantomrage@VERT/PRS to Digital Man on Tue Jun 26 11:15:04 2012

    Lately, I'm just doing drumming videos for youtube.

    WOW that is a very impressive drum kit!


    What gear do you use?

    I have a 15-year old Mackie 1604 VLZ, a Lexicon 50<mutter> digital effects processor, a BBE sonic maximizer, a Berhinger USB audio digital interface, lots of nice mics (Shure, Sennheiser, AKG, etc.) and a bunch of outboard gear I haven't touched in years.


    I can see the reason behind all the mics. ;)

    Currently, software (video capture/editing software), so really not much multi-tracking lately.

    I played with Vegas video a few times. The wife had to do a presentation for med school so we made a video. It turned out ok, but after that. I had a feeling video was not for me. I will stick to lasers and high speed galvos.


    I threw out my hardware DAW (Fostex 8-track) finally a year or so ago.

    With the multi channel sound cards, or firewire/usb hardware and the software on the market now. It is hard to keep that older gear around. I still like the adats for easy recording at live events only because I don't want to haul my tower around.

    Any samples of music?

    I don't use any software other then acid. But here is some stuff I am working on.

    http://phantomrage.com/prs/studio/tech/
    hip hop/rap
    http://phantomrage.com/prs/studio/beats/





    http://www.youtube.com/user/rswindell

    Really cool! I would get confused with a kit that big.








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  • From Digital Man@VERT to Phantomrage on Tue Jun 26 13:09:39 2012
    Re: Re: What genres of music do you make in your studio?
    By: Phantomrage to Digital Man on Tue Jun 26 2012 11:15 am


    Lately, I'm just doing drumming videos for youtube.

    WOW that is a very impressive drum kit!

    Thanks. It's really just want I need/play, not trying to impress (with the size
    of the kit at least).

    Any samples of music?

    I don't use any software other then acid. But here is some stuff I am working on.

    http://phantomrage.com/prs/studio/tech/
    hip hop/rap
    http://phantomrage.com/prs/studio/beats/

    I'll give it a listen.

    http://www.youtube.com/user/rswindell

    Really cool! I would get confused with a kit that big.

    My current setup is actually quite a bit smaller than my largest kit (cira '91): http://weedpuller.com/html/rob's_drums.html

    But I don't need quite that many cymbals and drums any more. :-)

    digital man

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  • From The Millionaire@VERT/PARKAVE to Digital Man on Mon Aug 6 21:03:33 2012
    Re: Re: What genres of music do you make in your studio?
    By: Digital Man to Phantomrage on Tue Jun 26 2012 01:09 pm

    Re: Re: What genres of music do you make in your studio?
    By: Phantomrage to Digital Man on Tue Jun 26 2012 11:15 am


    Lately, I'm just doing drumming videos for youtube.

    WOW that is a very impressive drum kit!

    Thanks. It's really just want I need/play, not trying to impress (with the s of the kit at least).

    Any samples of music?

    I don't use any software other then acid. But here is some stuff I am working on.

    http://phantomrage.com/prs/studio/tech/
    hip hop/rap
    http://phantomrage.com/prs/studio/beats/

    I'll give it a listen.

    http://www.youtube.com/user/rswindell

    Really cool! I would get confused with a kit that big.

    My current setup is actually quite a bit smaller than my largest kit (cira '91): http://weedpuller.com/html/rob's_drums.html

    But I don't need quite that many cymbals and drums any more. :-)

    digital man

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    Well for me, I'm into synthesizers with a drum machine. I use Garageband and Logic Pro to do my recording and mixing. My idol is Korg. They make amazing Synthesizers. The new Kronos is a lovely new piece of hardware. I don't use
    any mics at all since most of my music is line except for vocals. Sennheiser mics and headphones I find to be the best for my needs though. I remember the Lexicon Primetime Digital Delay. I also remember when I worked behind the Trident Series 65 Mixing Console with a Studer A80 and Ampex 456 and 465. The 465 was a better tape. Hi-Bias. $240 a reel back in the late 90's. Good old
    DBX compressors and the patchbay and digital sampler and whatnot. We used XLR cables and Direct Injection Boxes for Guitars. We set up ambient mics too. Drums always took the longest because of the pieces involved. Once the mics were in place then it was sound checks. Digital reverberators and Echo
    plates. God, those were the olden days. I miss them a lot.

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