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post Jan 4 2008, 10:17 PM
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Ok, im starting this topic for anyone out there who is looking for examples of recording setups.

I would like people to post their home studio's with a list of equipment/setup/pros and cons/price/etc (and maybe even a picture?)
I feel this would help anyone wanting to try and set up their own studio

i'll post mine as an example post.

LIST OF EQUIPMENT
Not very good pc
M-Audio Delta 66 with breakout box
stereo speakers with subwoofer
Line 6 POD X3 Live
Cubase SX3
EZDrummer

DESCRIPTION
The M-Audio Delta 66 with breakout box is a proffessional sound card that slots into my motherboard, it has a box which connects to the coundcard allowing 1/4" jack inputs (there are inputs on the sound card but i never use them).
On this box there are 4 inputs and 4 outputs (or 2 of each when acting stereo).
I connect my speakers to 2 outputs giving me stereo sound.
I have listed examples of how i record instrements below.

EXAMPLES

GUITAR/MIC/BASS
The guitar/mic/bass plugs into the POD X3 Live and uses its patches and tones which then gets sent to 2 inputs (stereo) which then record seperatly on 2 different tracks in cubase.

KEYBOARD
I plug the keyboard straight into one of the inputs and record onto one track on cubase.

DRUMS
For drums I use EZDrummer, however i attempted to record drums using a mixer with 16 inputs which then output to one of the inputs on my PC, I had very little mixing choices once recorded as all drums were on one track.

PRO'S
-this setup is great for recording everything but drums
-very easy to use
-allows latency free monitoring of what your playing
-can be used as an amp/PA when using the POD X3

CON'S
-not enough inputs for drums
-when plugging straight into the inputs with a microphone/guitar/etc you need a preamp as the signal is too weak
-fairly costly

PRICES
POD X3 - £300
M-Audio Delta 66 - £130
Speakers - £80
Cubase SX3 - cant remember now, think i payed around £80 for it from a friend
EZDrummer - £79

TOTAL - Around £670 (without leads/guitars/mics/etc)

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post Jan 6 2008, 03:31 PM
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OK here's mine (I'll have to hide this post from the wife wink.gif ):

Hardware:
PC - made it myself 3 years ago, dual 19 inch monitors
Laptop (Phil Rees)
RME HDSP 9652 (2 off) - audio card
RME ADI2 AD/DA interface
Neve Portico 5032 Mic preamp
Engl 530E preamp
Eventide Eclipse harmoniser/effects procerssor
Tannoy DBX6 monitors
Event Ear05 monitors
Thon RLD power conidtioner
Behringer DDX3216 mixing console
Yamaha 01vR mixing console (currently out on long term loan to wife)
Midiman USB midisport 4x4
Roland/Boss GT8 processor
E-MU Proteus 2500
Roland GI20 guitar/midi interface
Akai MPD16 midi pad controller
Frontier Tranzport remote.

Shure SM 57
Shure SM58 (2)
Rode NT1A

Matchless Lightning 15 (plus THD Hotplate)
Roland Jazz Chorus

Sennheiser EH 2200 headphones

Main software:
Reaper - sequencer
Ableton Live 6 - sequencer
Cubase SX 2 - sequencer (no longer used)
Reason 3
Audacity
Melodyne 3
Har-bal 2
Ozone
Kontakt 2
Battery 1
Sylenth 1

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Description:
Home made pc is optimised for audio. Contains 2 RME audio cards sync locked and also digitally linked to the to the mixing console, Eventide Eclipse and RME ADI-2. PC has both internal SATA (4 drives) and two external SATA drives for music software and data. Internal Satas are mirrored arrays. Plus 1 very fast o/s drive - o/s is XP.

Neve and console and RME ADI2 provide XLR and TRS inputs for external equipment. Neve acts as my high end mic preamp and eq. Neve is (currently) linled to the Rode on line 1 and to the Engl on line 2. Engl also has the Eventide on its effects loop. Neve and Eventide feed into the RME ADI2 for AD and then to RME 9652. Everything else goes to the console. Tannoy are main monitors and the Event are used for monitoring stems, busses etc plus comparison of mixes and masters (along with headphones).

I'm looking towards getting a better mic later this year to match the Neve and possibly switching out the ADI2 for a Rosetta or similar.

Tranzport is a remote controller for the software sequencers. I don't play keyboards at all I have a very basic midi keyboard) so I use guitar to midi instead. Hardware feed to the Proteus is now rarely used - usually go to a software synth.

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Use

Guitar - either goes to the Engl preamp/Eventide and then via the Neve/ADI2 to the pc OR I mic one of the amps, usually 2 mics (Shure and Rode) OR (rarely) direct in to the console/Neve and I reamp later, OR via the GT8 to the console as stereo. One guitar can also act as a midi controller.

Bass - I cheat and use the harmoniser or a software bass.

Drums - use the MPD16 to write drum sequences or use software like Spectrasonics RMX.

Vocals - Rode to Neve/ADI2. I use Melodyne and Eventide for vocal procesing and correction quite a bit.

Other - I use Kontakt for choirs and orchestral samples and then various softsynths (Atmosphere and Sylenth particularly) for pads, lead synths, brass stabs etc. Various software effects/processors - mainly from Sonalksis and a SIR convolution reverb. Har-bal for eq balance and normalising and Har-bal and Ozone for mastering.

Pros
Very clean path and the AD conversion is pretty good. Lots of headroom - Neve can run a ribbon mic - 66 dB of gain. Also the Neve is a very good, imo, mic pre with an excellent eq. RME has a great noise floor - about 130dB snr. Good, imo, recording quality. Very low latency (5ms with no drop outs/pops/clicks) and can go lower. Possible to take guitar through preamps to recording with no power amp - so can record and monitor at low volumes an electric guitar into a tube preamp. Eventide - short of spending 10,000s of Euros is a great studio effects processor.

Lots of analogue inputs on different forms (XLR, line etc.). Can take a digital out direct to a cd writer for rendering/mastering. Word clock for syncing the kit.

Cons
Complicated and a mess of different connections and wires. Not cheap. Takes a lot of time to get to know your way around it.

Can be a nightmare at times working out connections and audio paths blink.gif ohmy.gif . It's also a pain at times working out what form your on - ie working out how an xlr analogue signal converts to digital - was it optical, optical ebu or spdif. It's sort of frustrating when you switch it all on - everything lights up you have a signal registering but no sound. You get to knw your way around but when you unhook anything and rehook it can be a right royal pain in the bum. Last time I toook it all apart and put it back together (just before XMas) it took 2 hours to work out the connections on paper then 2 days to unhook and rehook everything ohmy.gif . - and that was despite getting the connections right first time (yea for planning it smile.gif ). Get one wring and it's a nightmare to work out what's wrong.

Mics are not as good as the Neve.

Monitoring is hampered by poor room acoustics.

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Prices (ouch) - all in Euros and as I remember them - the rig was built up over quite a few years

RME HDSP 9652 - 550 each
RME ADI2 - 500
Neve Portico 5032 Mic preamp - 1500
Engl 530E preamp - 300
Eventide Eclipse harmoniser/effects procerssor - 2200
Tannoy DBX6 monitors - 550
Event Ear05 monitors - 200
Behringer DDX3216 mixing console - 800
Yamaha 01vR mixing console (currently out on long term loan to wife) - 3500

Reaper - 70
Ableton Live 6 - 300
Cubase SX 2 - 600
Reason 3 - 300
Melodyne 3 - 600
Har-bal 2 - 70
Ozone - 200
Kontakt 2 - 250

Total - about 15000Euros once you include leads and stuff but not including guitars and guitar amps.

I'll take a photo sometime this week of it lit up.

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post Jan 6 2008, 03:37 PM
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Gear

Line 6
headphone jack to headphone jack
laptop
some downloaded recording program

Description
plug my guitar into the amp, plug my amp into the computer.. it sucks.. i don't recommend it.... when i have money ill find a good way to record.


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post Jan 6 2008, 03:48 PM
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Tony - just woah mate!

My kit list. Worst so far:

Toneport GX - £50
Cables - £10
Ez Drummer + DFH - £130
Continually disfunctional PC - PRICELESS laugh.gif (£120 off ebay laugh.gif )

Total - £310

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post Jan 6 2008, 07:12 PM
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No, my list is worse so far biggrin.gif

Decent PC
Instrument to USB cable (record guitar,bass)
Korg AX1500G Pedal
Keyboard for drums

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post Jan 6 2008, 07:47 PM
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Recording Gear:

Dual Core AMD 64 Bit 4400+ PC
M-audio Firewire 410 interface
podXT
Shure SM57 mic
Reaper
M Power Pro tools (no longer using)
my mind

That's about it haha
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post Jan 6 2008, 08:10 PM
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Here is what I use:
Computer:
Self made computer with AMD 2800 processor
768MB RAM
Dual monitors

Hardware:
Line 6 Spider 3 15w Amp
MXL V67G condenser Microphone
TASCAM US-122 interface

Software:
Cubasis VST US-428 (came with my interface)
Band-in-a-Box 2007 accompaniment software (pro version)
Audacity wave editor
nbxsoft File conversion program (to convert .wav to .mp3)


I found out it works best for me to mic my steel string acoustic directly but my classical sounds better through the amp. I mic my amp on all occasions because I find that it actually gives me a better tone quality. The microphone I use is probably the most expensive part of my setup ouside of my guitar but it has a great frequency response that is pretty flat all the way across and a carodoid pattern which helps to eliminate some of the background noise.


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post Jan 6 2008, 10:42 PM
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celeron 2800 MHZ 1024 Mb ram ,win XP X 64 bit, sonar 6 studio
audio g creative sound card ,no mic .only line
pre amp lag tube ,stratocaster demarzio humpickup
ibanez pro 2 bass guitar


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post Jan 6 2008, 10:51 PM
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Intel 2.8, 2gb ram.
E-MU 1820m audio card.
Alesis Mk2 active monitors.
Midiman Midi keyboard-5 octaves.
Cubase SX3,Reason 3,Ableton Live 6,some vst's.
Rocktron Prophesy preamp.
Guitars.
Mesa Triaxis and TC G-Force...soon .


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post Jan 7 2008, 12:40 AM
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Computer : Self built AMD4000+, 4Gb RAM, 28" Monitor
Sound cards : EMU1212m, Pod XTL, NI Kore (got it free, don't use it)
Monitoring : Samson Servo Amp (soon) + Mission 701 Speakers
Input/Mixing : Fostex Twintrak Pro, Behringer rack mount mixer
Mics : Rode NT1A, Rode K2 Tube
Keyboard : M-Audio Prokeys 88
Guitars as per my sig
Amps as per my sig
Software : Reaper, NI Komplete, Garritan Personal Orchestra, Garritan Stradivari Violin, Garritan Gofriller Cello, Garritan Jazz Band, EZdrummer + Expansions, Pianoteq, Melodyne, Linplug SaxLab, and loads more I can't remember at the moment


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post Jan 7 2008, 01:15 AM
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Computer: Self-built AMD Athlon XP 2500 with 1GB RAM, WinXP SP2
Sound interface: M-Audio Audiophile 2496
Mixer: Behringer Eurorack UB1002FX
Monitors: M-Audio StudioPro 3
Keyboard: M-Audio Keystation 61es
DI Box: Behringer Ultra DI-100

Software: CubaseSX3, Sound Forge 8, EZDrummer, Garritan PO, Steinberg Grand 2, GuitarRig2


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post Jan 7 2008, 01:40 AM
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@tonymiro
What can I say man, you're sick - definitely G.A.S. laugh.gif

Just bought the stuff, so currently building so far:

AMD X2, 2GB RAM, 20" LCD
TonePort UX1,
Nuendo 3, EZDrummer, Virtual Bassist, The Grand 2, Waves

Upgrading soon to monitors, headphones and MIDI keys. smile.gif


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post Jan 7 2008, 05:44 AM
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Some impressive set-ups out there smile.gif
Mine goes something like this

Equipment:
M-Audio Bx5 monitors
HP Pavillion Laptop 1G RAM 1.8ghz
M-Audio Axiom 61 key
M-Audio Ozone
POD x3
V-amp 2
Yamaha mixer
M-Audio Fast Track Pro

Software:
Cubase SX
EZ Drummer
Ableton 6
Reason 4
Project 5

Basically, I'm still kinda mixing and matching to get the most workflow outta my equipment.
I'll post some pics soon actually smile.gif


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post Jan 7 2008, 06:23 PM
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QUOTE (Milenkovic Ivan @ Jan 7 2008, 01:40 AM) *
@tonymiro
What can I say man, you're sick - definitely G.A.S. laugh.gif


laugh.gif laugh.gif laugh.gif - promise you won't tell my wife mate wink.gif laugh.gif laugh.gif laugh.gif .

I do have a friend who took receipt of a brand new SSL desk (about 1/4 million UK Sterling) last year plus he spent another 30,000 converting his barn and soundproofing it and then a bucket load of cash on various outboard. That's for home recording btw - not for a pro studio blink.gif . Me jealous unsure.gif ?

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post Jan 7 2008, 06:34 PM
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Cool thread!
Here's mine:

PC built myself about 3 years ago
21 inch flat screen
M-Audio Omnistudio USB soundcard
Behringer Truth studio monitors
Cheap midi keyboard controler
Cakewalk Sonar 3 Producer
Soundforge
Addictive drums
Symphonic orchestra
Various plugins
Line 6 Spider II

QUOTE (Andrew Cockburn @ Jan 6 2008, 06:40 PM) *
Computer : Self built AMD4000+, 4Gb RAM, 28" Monitor
Sound cards : EMU1212m, Pod XTL, NI Kore (got it free, don't use it)
Monitoring : Samson Servo Amp (soon) + Mission 701 Speakers
Input/Mixing : Fostex Twintrak Pro, Behringer rack mount mixer
Mics : Rode NT1A, Rode K2 Tube
Keyboard : M-Audio Prokeys 88
Guitars as per my sig
Amps as per my sig
Software : Reaper, NI Komplete, Garritan Personal Orchestra, Garritan Stradivari Violin, Garritan Gofriller Cello, Garritan Jazz Band, EZdrummer + Expansions, Pianoteq, Melodyne, Linplug SaxLab, and loads more I can't remember at the moment


How did you get the NI Kore free?


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QUOTE (Wallimann @ Jan 7 2008, 12:34 PM) *
How did you get the NI Kore free?


They had a promotion in which it was free if you bought 3 or more other NI products. I bough NI Komplete 4 which has about 10 products in it so I got Kore for free.

To be honest, I don;t use it much, I think it would rock for a keyboard player, but I don't need another interface and I don't need the tweakability of keyboard patches that it gives you, since I usually pick one or 2 pads and bases and leave it at that - the guitar is where all the action is!

How do you find the Behringer monitors? I have HiFI speakers at the moment and whilst they are good they aren't ideal monitors. I really want a pair of Adam A7s but that will take some significant saving sad.gif


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Computer which is almost 2 years old
27" LCD TV for monitor
POD 2.0
Audacity
GP5
some cables

I'll soon be getting a 20" widescreen monitor and Reaper.


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QUOTE (Andrew Cockburn @ Jan 7 2008, 03:53 PM) *
How do you find the Behringer monitors? I have HiFI speakers at the moment and whilst they are good they aren't ideal monitors. I really want a pair of Adam A7s but that will take some significant saving sad.gif


The studio where we mixed the CD of my band is using the active Truth speakers, which I find great for the price. At home I use the Samson Resolv 65a monitors.
But the strangest thing is since one 6" woofer broke I had to revert to temporarily using HiFi speakers. I ran them through the IKMultimedia ARC plugin (room correction/measurement plugin) and was amazed how close the HiFi speakers come to the Studio monitors when treated....
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post Jan 14 2008, 10:18 PM
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My (huge) studio setup at the moment biggrin.gif :

-PodXT
-A computer with recording software etc.

So here's my multimillion dollar home studio biggrin.gif

I'm probably going to upgrade it this year, planning on buying a Presonus Firepod, a Palmer Speaker Simulator + some other stuff smile.gif


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QUOTE (botoxfox @ Jan 7 2008, 06:58 PM) *
I'll soon be getting a 20" widescreen monitor and Reaper.

Now I have those...


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