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Postby IAmShepherd » 19 Sep 2016, 18:01

Hey, due to a broken shutter I have to sit for a couple of weeks in a dark studio. And I can only light the room with a regular light bulb, but that is straining my eyes, especially if I try to produce for 8+ hours straight. Does anyone here know where I can get lighting such as in this picture?
Or maybe someone has another suggestion for me. I feel like I'm slowly scarring my eyes.
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Postby Cardioid » 20 Sep 2016, 18:12

@ IamShepherd You should check out, I guess they ship worldwide and have a wide range of led strips which are pretty low in budget too... Plus, the quality is not bad as well. Otherwise I'd suggest you take a look at Ikea. That's where I got my leds, a bit more expensive but worth the price.
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Postby IAmShepherd » 22 Sep 2016, 19:30

Alright, thanks Cardioid!
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Postby stevo7790 » 12 Jan 2017, 23:19


So, this is what I have to work with :)

I run the following:

Maudio Axiom Keyboard
2x 25" Ultrawide LG Monitors
Access Virus TI2
Maudio BX5 monitors
Beats Studio Headphones
IsoAcoustics Monitor stands
DAW - Cubase 7.5 PC
Logic Pro - Mac Pro - only really for clip distortion
11TB dedicated HDD Space
Focusrite Sapphire 2i2 Soundcard with balanced cabling

Virus TI
Big Kick
Kontakt 5
Waves Multirack
Sylenth etc etc...

it's a set up I am quite happy with really :)

Am enjoying looking at the stuff you guys are using too.

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Postby Soundphase » 02 Mar 2018, 23:47

this looks kinda silly at the moment, I'm getting rid of the logitech z533 satellites, they're rubbish. I compared them to the old x-230 satellites and those are much better... btw very, very happy with the Adam A7X monitors - with these monitors you can so clearly hear the distinction between powerful and weak !
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Postby Valadia » 02 Mar 2018, 23:57


Fun thread to revive. Looking back to the setup I posted here a few years back, I'd say I've improved.
Completely in love with my Yamaha HS8 monitors. Also love the oxygen keyboard, though I don't use it as often as I'd like to.
(Also, my desk is a mess. I should really clean it, lol)
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