Post your set up and your sexy cat...

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DrXparaMental
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Re: Post your set up and your sexy cat...

Post by DrXparaMental » Fri Aug 28, 2009 2:54 pm

SubFunk wrote:
Did you see that they are remaking that series in some new reinterpretation? Sacrilege!
WHAT?

oh please not that they make some american style shit out of it! oh god, please NO!!!
exactly! :evil: That show is perfect, except that they quit making it too soon. :)

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Re: Post your set up and your sexy cat...

Post by SubFunk » Fri Aug 28, 2009 3:49 pm

DrXparaMental wrote:
SubFunk wrote:
Did you see that they are remaking that series in some new reinterpretation? Sacrilege!
WHAT?

oh please not that they make some american style shit out of it! oh god, please NO!!!
exactly! :evil: That show is perfect, except that they quit making it too soon. :)
yeah, but on the other hand it is so good because it is 'one closed compact story' it was only supposed to be a certain (rather short) length...
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Re: Post your set up and your sexy cat...

Post by outershpongolia » Fri Aug 28, 2009 5:02 pm

Speaking of great shows who saw "Lucky Louie" while it was on HBO.?

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Re: Post your set up and your sexy cat...

Post by detroitechno » Fri Aug 28, 2009 9:05 pm

Image

No cat unfortunately :?

I'm not home enough to feed one properly anyways...
A bunch of gear, cords, and a computer...

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Re: Post your set up and your sexy cat...

Post by Agent G » Fri Aug 28, 2009 9:50 pm

detroitechno wrote:Image

No cat unfortunately :?

I'm not home enough to feed one properly anyways...
wow thats a nice vibe ....

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Re: Post your set up and your sexy cat...

Post by DrXparaMental » Fri Aug 28, 2009 10:36 pm

Agent G wrote:
detroitechno wrote:Image

No cat unfortunately :?

I'm not home enough to feed one properly anyways...
wow thats a nice vibe ....
You aren't just kidding! Wow! And a Lava too...Beautiful, and I bet it sounds as nice too.

Ironic that you would post your set up, I just got Cycles of The Mental Machine yesterday. 8)

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Re: Post your set up and your sexy cat...

Post by HiEnergy » Fri Aug 28, 2009 11:42 pm

A photo of my (not yet complete) studio setup is here:

Image

Still missing:
- my Virus TI Desktop (was put up some days after I took the photo)
- my sexy cat (no, there isn't one...)
- myself (being at the camera)
- that Ableton Live mousepad (waiting for it to arrive)

stay tuned
HiEnergy

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Re: Post your set up and your sexy cat...

Post by v00d00ppl » Sat Aug 29, 2009 12:00 am

nice ASR Agent!!!
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Re: Post your set up and your sexy cat...

Post by Agent G » Sat Aug 29, 2009 1:04 am

v00d00ppl wrote:nice ASR Agent!!!
thank u...

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Re: Post your set up and your sexy cat...

Post by joe.cavers » Sat Aug 29, 2009 4:20 am

Agent G wrote:my wood cave

sorry my cat doesn't like cameras he's feral and mean but hears my dumb ass dog..
Hey dude, nice setup, very organised. Just wondering, what is that mixer? I don't recognise it?

JC

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Re: Post your set up and your sexy cat...

Post by joe.cavers » Sat Aug 29, 2009 4:20 am

HiEnergy wrote:A photo of my (not yet complete) studio setup is here:

Image

Still missing:
- my Virus TI Desktop (was put up some days after I took the photo)
- my sexy cat (no, there isn't one...)
- myself (being at the camera)
- that Ableton Live mousepad (waiting for it to arrive)

stay tuned
HiEnergy
Remote 25 crew represent? I love mine, even if it is dying...

Are those Genelec 8020s? How are they?

JC

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Re: Post your set up and your sexy cat...

Post by Pitch Black » Sat Aug 29, 2009 10:34 am

joe.cavers wrote: Remote 25 crew represent? I love mine, even if it is dying...
Love my R25 so much I got a R61 to go with it!! :D

Although two sliders have crapped out on the R25 after 5 years of baggage-handler abuse, Its still going strong.

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Re: Post your set up and your sexy cat...

Post by HiEnergy » Sat Aug 29, 2009 11:07 am

joe.cavers wrote:
HiEnergy wrote:A photo of my (not yet complete) studio setup is here:

Image

Still missing:
- my Virus TI Desktop (was put up some days after I took the photo)
- my sexy cat (no, there isn't one...)
- myself (being at the camera)
- that Ableton Live mousepad (waiting for it to arrive)

stay tuned
HiEnergy
Remote 25 crew represent? I love mine, even if it is dying...

Are those Genelec 8020s? How are they?

JC
I really like the Remote 25, although twenty-five keys are a somewhat few. The grey border in the lower left corner of the image belongs to a Yamaha Motif 8. Lotsa keys!
My Remote is still working fine despite being about six years old and having experienced some road usage. Its 25 keys are just enough for sketching that short synth riff, the chord progression or a quick bass line, though not sufficient for playing melody and accompaniment in a piano-style fashion.

The Genelec 8020 are nice monitors. They mercilessly pull almost every weakness to the surface that the cheap headphones, I used before, concealed well. I was astonished how clear they show panning imbalances and even slight distortions. It's like one's ears being replaced.
For bass-heavy music the 8020s do need support by a (still missing) subwoofer, as they just go down to about 65Hz, so the bass fundament lacks a bit.
Long story short: The Genelec 8020 sound bigger than they look.

I don't regret having bought the Genelc monitors.

stay tuned
HiEnergy

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Re: Post your set up and your sexy cat...

Post by Agent G » Sat Aug 29, 2009 2:36 pm

joe.cavers wrote:
Agent G wrote:my wood cave

sorry my cat doesn't like cameras he's feral and mean but hears my dumb ass dog..
Hey dude, nice setup, very organised. Just wondering, what is that mixer? I don't recognise it?

JC

korg zero 4 bought it real cheap new and the lay out was is a bit cramped so just did a knob mod and little paint for work flow..alot of peeps say they had bad luck with this mixer but its going real good for me ..only had it for 2 months tho but have done two gigs with it and it was great ..not as good sound quality as my Rane tho..

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Re: Post your set up and your sexy cat...

Post by SubFunk » Sat Aug 29, 2009 2:54 pm

HiEnergy wrote:
joe.cavers wrote:
HiEnergy wrote:A photo of my (not yet complete) studio setup is here:

Image

Still missing:
- my Virus TI Desktop (was put up some days after I took the photo)
- my sexy cat (no, there isn't one...)
- myself (being at the camera)
- that Ableton Live mousepad (waiting for it to arrive)

stay tuned
HiEnergy
Remote 25 crew represent? I love mine, even if it is dying...

Are those Genelec 8020s? How are they?

JC
I really like the Remote 25, although twenty-five keys are a somewhat few. The grey border in the lower left corner of the image belongs to a Yamaha Motif 8. Lotsa keys!
My Remote is still working fine despite being about six years old and having experienced some road usage. Its 25 keys are just enough for sketching that short synth riff, the chord progression or a quick bass line, though not sufficient for playing melody and accompaniment in a piano-style fashion.

The Genelec 8020 are nice monitors. They mercilessly pull almost every weakness to the surface that the cheap headphones, I used before, concealed well. I was astonished how clear they show panning imbalances and even slight distortions. It's like one's ears being replaced.
For bass-heavy music the 8020s do need support by a (still missing) subwoofer, as they just go down to about 65Hz, so the bass fundament lacks a bit.
Long story short: The Genelec 8020 sound bigger than they look.

I don't regret having bought the Genelc monitors.

stay tuned
HiEnergy
i hear you... i am a huge Genelec fan, especially the whole 8000 series range...
and their wall mount installation series is absolute unmatched...
i also recently came across that Genelec guarantees a minimum of 10 years supplying any replacement part / servicing models which are not in production anymore... YEAH! (they basically have the same manufacturing / quality / servicing philosophy like neumann microphones)
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