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My space after recently getting around to actually setting it up. Not complete, but it works for the moment.  Starting off with the DAW itself. A couple of HP ZR22w monitors, Neumann KH120A for m

Haven't done one of these in so long....

My room was so full of shit, I couldn't even setup my guits anymore, so I decided to use massonite sheets and hang them with the tools.. should have done that earlier !!

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Haha you know it :D They sound beautiful.

Heh, I was originally looking at some Yorkville YSM1P MKII Monitors I saw in a flyer for a local music equipment store... then I saw them, and they are HUEG!!!.. so I settled for some of these. I figured I didnt need those huge ones (nevermind the fact that they would never fit in my room :P.).

So now I have..

Two 21.6 Inch Displays

Two KRK Rokit 5 Studio Monitors

A pair of AKG K240 MKII Studio Headphones

A Sweet Ass Custom Built Computer

A nice keyboard for midi

A nice set of electronic drums :D

I dont think I need to buy anything else for a little while (hardware wise anyways)

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My new studio - Yamaha Motif XS! I took out a 0% interest loan especially for this, more details for UK people here:

http://www.artscouncil.org.uk/takeitaway/

Software wise I've still got Reason installed but I'm not sure if I'll be using it much if at all now (I just have to find a good free rex vst player). I'm using Cubase AI that comes with the keyboard and I'll be getting T-racks 3 soon for mastering (I could use Reason for mastering but T-racks demo gave me a better sounding result).

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Amp is Cambridge Audio azur 340A SE, silver box is a Behringer MDX 4600 that I use as a permanent send effect (parallel compression) - I got it half price at Cash Convertors, they didn't know what it was, hahah! . The top box is just a cheap fm radio, looks good though. The mixer is a Tapco blend 6. Speakers still Eltax silverstone 200s, had them for 7 years now and they still sound great.

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I've still got a long way to go before I really learn the ins and outs of this board, but damn these instruments sound nice:

Deja vu again

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Alright, finally got everything setup in my home studio here.

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Keyboard is a Korg N1 88-key fully weighted

Samson CO1U Mic

32" LCD TV I just bought that I'm doubling as a monitor

Basic Creative 5.1 speakers (not for mixing, I use headphones)

Off-color table top is Nebraska Furniture Mart's fault :/, correct color won't arrive till April

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Personally I don't see why people get so hot any horny about the Motifs. I used one for a couple years and wasn't too enthralled with it, perhaps other than the capability of the VL-1 addon board. For the money, I really think you can build a screaming rack sampler PC and get a nice MIDI controller.

Well, I do agree with you there, but as far as a single piece of hardware goes, they're not bad :)

Naturally, you get better quality with VSTs.

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Alright, finally got everything setup in my home studio here.

Pics:

CIMG1045.JPG

Keyboard is a Korg N1 88-key fully weighted

Samson CO1U Mic

32" LCD TV I just bought that I'm doubling as a monitor

Basic Creative 5.1 speakers (not for mixing, I use headphones)

Off-color table top is Nebraska Furniture Mart's fault :/, correct color won't arrive till April

CIMG1046.JPG

You hurt my poverty... :(

Awesome setup, in other words. :P

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My new setup. My PC and DJ equipment, previously in the same room, now had to be separated. I just moved into a new apartment a few weeks ago, so there's more adjustments to be made.

Computer stuff in the bedroom:

PC/Hackintosh with FL Studio and Cubase LE

Roland MC-505 Groovebox

Sennheiser HD-201 for mixing (I don't use speakers)

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The reason my PC is on its side is because the one day the fan in my graphics card decided to fall low against its casing, making a rattling noise. Turning it sideways is my temporary fix, until I can try to fix the fan myself.

DJ stuff in the living room:

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Missing is the Lexicon audio interface which I'll plug in once I figure out how to get my PC and DJ setup to work as one (is there such a thing as wireless USB?)

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