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Postby momze » 23 Jan 2011, 03:52

andytf:lol, I'm starting to believe that you guys love cocks... :rofl:

lol, ofc... 1600 members and they are all boys..
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Postby andytf » 23 Jan 2011, 05:37

We started talking about "endless amounts of money to build an studio" and finished talking about "penises" :rofl:

Better we stalk talking about boobs then, next time !
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Postby thesh3ll » 23 Jan 2011, 23:02

this is my fx rack:
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Postby surfino » 23 Jan 2011, 23:10

aliner :rofl: :rofl:
andytf, good stuff yayy :) :)
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Postby DannyCreggan » 24 Jan 2011, 03:46

thanks for the replys :D if use dont think i need hardware is there any synths use could recomend
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Postby divadro102 » 24 Jan 2011, 06:35

i dont have hardware stuff like the big leagues..i have two midi controllers, midi pad controller, audio interface, 8 channel mixer, two 500gb external hard drives, my macbook pro, and Reason, Reaper, Cubase, and Ableton Live...i only started 1 year and half ago...but not hardstyle, just trance and techno stuff..i cant seem to get the hang of hardstyle tho o_O

-Controllers-
M-Audio Axiom 25
M-Audio Oxygen 49

-Pad-
Akai MPD18

-Audio Int-
Steinberg CI1

-Mixer-
Behringer Xenyx 802

-Monitors-
None, way too broke :'(
Only my old Bose speakers, which work fine..but i'd like real studio monitors some day

-Mic-
Audio Technica AT2020

-Headphones-
KOSS UR40
upgraded to Audio Technica ATH-M50

got a mic stand, two electric guitars, guitar amp, plenty cables, and a whole lot of love at what I do :fist:

as you can see, money is an issue for me :rofl:
but my stuff isn't so bad for being on a really tight budget..at least it's not so much a "beginner", more into the amateur side...i love music :listen:
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Postby Marcotjuh » 25 Jan 2011, 19:27

If i may ask why you prefer midi controllers and mixers above monitors?

Its like driving a great car with bad tires. Monitors are a must if you are into producing.
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Postby divadro102 » 26 Jan 2011, 06:52

Marcotjuh:If i may ask why you prefer midi controllers and mixers above monitors?

Its like driving a great car with bad tires. Monitors are a must if you are into producing.


i didnt say i prefer them over monitors :+
i started two years ago so theres no rush for good monitors..thats why i have my ATH-M50s..they suit me fine..
i'm not making money off of this so i dont need to invest in monitors..besides, i still gotta improve with music making and sounds and not on a perfect mix..
you can't have a "perfect" mix with bad sounds (synths)

and my room isn't the greatest either..i could have the best monitors ever, but they would sound like shit in here..

so basically it all comes down to money :)

im broke, so cant afford...

but in good news, and hopefully good investment:
i ordered a pair of KRK RP5G2. <-- my school finally released money, and thats where i got the 300 dollars from :+ to be able to buy these..i am looking to treat the room, but the neighbors upstairs are the problem (6)
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Postby Glee » 26 Jan 2011, 12:15

"Best synth/hardware" - This will make you the best producer ever! ;D
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Postby divadro102 » 29 Jan 2011, 09:13

Glee:"Best synth/hardware" - This will make you the best producer ever! ;D


i'm loving my new KRKs...wow

and yes i agree "Best synth/hardware"
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Postby hsdjmatt » 15 Oct 2012, 08:07

i contacted fusion records about studio monitors a while ago, and they said that most of they're artists are using genelecs, (8020, 8030, 8040, 8050,) and i had a look at some peoples studios. those genelecs i said are used by headhunterz, wildstylez, noisecontrolers, toneshifterz, frontliner, b front, and like everyone
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Postby SCH » 15 Oct 2012, 09:17

Are you paid by Genelec to spread the word about the people using them...?
I'm grumpier than you.

Do people even read these?
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