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Todd Simpson
post Aug 7 2017, 10:50 PM
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Has your Home Studio "Evolved" over the years? If you have an old pic of your original setup, compared to now, has there been a bit shift? A sea change? Or is it pretty much the same? If you have only been playing a short time, it may have not had time to change. If it has though, please share a before and after pick and let us know!!

Here is my first home Studio (2013) Been getting in to home recording for a year or two so smile.gif
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Then Home Studio 2.0! Or as my pals called it N.A.S.A!!!
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Then my third and current home studio which is much more stripped down than my second actually. Bit less N.A.S.A smile.gif

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and Studio 3.0 had to have a rack.
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Also, having a bit of a bad back (Crushed two vertibrae in various vehicle accidents) I sometimes like to work from bed so I setup a rig just for that complete with JBL speakers and macbook pro and plenty of monitors smile.gif
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How about you guys? Please share some pics of your own setup!!

Todd

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post Aug 18 2017, 02:48 AM
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Nobody got any pix of their home studio they want to share? Anyone? Doesn't have to be fancy smile.gif

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Has your Home Studio "Evolved" over the years? If you have an old pic of your original setup, compared to now, has there been a bit shift? A sea change? Or is it pretty much the same? If you have only been playing a short time, it may have not had time to change. If it has though, please share a before and after pick and let us know!!

Here is my first home Studio (2013) Been getting in to home recording for a year or two so smile.gif
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Then Home Studio 2.0! Or as my pals called it N.A.S.A!!!
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Then my third and current home studio which is much more stripped down than my second actually. Bit less N.A.S.A smile.gif

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and Studio 3.0 had to have a rack.
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Also, having a bit of a bad back (Crushed two vertibrae in various vehicle accidents) I sometimes like to work from bed so I setup a rig just for that complete with JBL speakers and macbook pro and plenty of monitors smile.gif
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How about you guys? Please share some pics of your own setup!!

Todd



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post Aug 18 2017, 10:17 AM
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Hey Todd, as I am unable to play due to my wrist I can at least participate by posting pics biggrin.gif

Mine is still small, but rapidly growing. Actually I ll soon move to a different flat where I want to install a dedicated room for guitar and recording.

So this is the tiny studio. 2 Fluid monitors (really digging the sound), UR242 interface, Hughes & Kettner Tubemeister and a 2x12 DV box.

And as you see at my wall, theory is coming to place biggrin.gif
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post Aug 18 2017, 03:16 PM
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How do you keep your chair on the wall? smile.gif

Here's mine.

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post Aug 18 2017, 04:33 PM
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QUOTE (Rammikin @ Aug 18 2017, 06:16 AM) *
How do you keep your chair on the wall? smile.gif

Here's mine.

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I think I may have commented before on your setup in another thread once upon a time ,Rammikin. But I love that wooden rack that you have to house your Axe-Fx etc. The whole setup looks really clean convenient.
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post Aug 19 2017, 05:48 AM
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Yeah, i probably spend more time than I should making things organized and efficient. smile.gif


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post Aug 19 2017, 09:18 PM
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Very cool Home Studio!! Like the layout and the gear. The mounted guitars are quite cool as well. Looks like a great space! sorry to hear that you are having wrist issues sad.gif I've had some myself. Some full range of motion excersises help, just go slow. Follow whatever your doctor says also. Hope you are back to playing soon!

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Hey Todd, as I am unable to play due to my wrist I can at least participate by posting pics biggrin.gif

Mine is still small, but rapidly growing. Actually I ll soon move to a different flat where I want to install a dedicated room for guitar and recording.

So this is the tiny studio. 2 Fluid monitors (really digging the sound), UR242 interface, Hughes & Kettner Tubemeister and a 2x12 DV box.

And as you see at my wall, theory is coming to place biggrin.gif



Very cool setup. Everything within reach, and a nice Soldano off to the side smile.gif The rack is quite spiff as well. Very well put together home studio. These are looking great!

Todd

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How do you keep your chair on the wall? smile.gif

Here's mine.

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ANYONE ELSE GOT A PIC OF THEIR HOME STUDIO TO SHARE?


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post Aug 23 2017, 06:27 AM
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Todd, would you let us know what you are using in your lovely rack? wink.gif
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post Aug 24 2017, 07:55 PM
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Sure smile.gif As I've moved to plugins and using either the 11 rack or my Iconnectivity4+ for recording, I've gotten rid of everything in the bottom rack unit. So at this point, it's just a Monster Power Supply in the top (The same one the lead player from Nile uses and talks highly of which is why I got it instead of another Furman), my 11 Rack, then a custom hand built tube preamp from Russia (by Myasnikov Amplification, about $350) that's cloned after the third channel on a Soldano X88r which I run in the fx loop for lead work, then a Rocktron Velocity 300 watt power amp which has the Depth/Presence knobs on it much like a peavey 5150 to really bring out the bass even at low volume. I love that little amp. I still prefer it to more modern options that lack the tone controls.

The direct box and headphone amp in the bottom rack became redundant after I got the Iconnectivty4+ which does all of that internally. So my studio is actually shrinking for the first time ever instead of growing smile.gif The top rack is really all I use and the bottom rack is just for extra power supplies/conditioners and an led array to show me if I'm redlining on input. smile.gif

Hope that helps!

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Todd, would you let us know what you are using in your lovely rack? wink.gif


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