View Poll Results: good idea to post pix?

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    Very Cool RexH!

    Nice setup.


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    The Bombshed!

    I've not posted pics of my studio for a long time. It's still not complete, but it's getting there. I basically needs skirting, doors and DIY wall boxes/connections. Here's where I'm at just now:

    Control room(7'6"x6'6"x6-7'):

    Gonna have white skirting and door facings. Flooring just laid today


    through to live room1

    Live room 1(7'6"x6'6"x6-7'):

    through to control room.


    to vox booth

    Vox booth(9'x2'x6'):

    Very small booth. Gotta get that door hung!

    Drum booth(9'x5'x6'):

    first to be almost complete


    With kit I'm gonna sell for xmas


    Other view.

    Equipment:

    Tascam FW-1804
    Alesis M1 active Mk2s(blue lights are too bright)
    Lava lamp

    Can't wait to get the equipment in, and start recording.
    Last edited by pandamonk; 10-28-2007 at 17:27.

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    Nice one Pandaman.
    You might have to be carefull with how you insulate the drum room since its so small. Could end up with some nasty phasing.
    Nice wee pad but.

    Eck

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    Quote Originally Posted by ecktronic View Post
    Nice one Pandaman.
    You might have to be carefull with how you insulate the drum room since its so small. Could end up with some nasty phasing.
    Nice wee pad but.

    Eck
    Yeah the drum room is really small 9'x5'(bombshelter, drywall-three bricks thick walls). But i'm gonna have 4" rigid fiberglass gobos, and 2 2"(spaced 2") rf clouds in the drum booth. All the rooms are dead small, control room 6'6"x7'6", so i'll be using a lot of treatment.

    The drums sound so loud in the booth, haha. Can't play without ear protection(which is probably a good thing )

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    This is my very humbble setup for basically solely hip hop production and i record vocals every once in awhile.




    And just some random pics










    Obviously not a the level of alot of you guys. Just my simple home setup.

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    hey, i'd be very happy with that setup!

    those pics reminded me to go record shopping tomorrow

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    Quote Originally Posted by talontsiawd View Post
    Is it just me, or is that chair missing a wheel?

    I have quite a similar chair, and that happened to me a couple weeks ago. Luckily i had an old chair i could "borrow" a wheel from.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pandamonk View Post
    Is it just me, or is that chair missing a wheel?

    I have quite a similar chair, and that happened to me a couple weeks ago. Luckily i had an old chair i could "borrow" a wheel from.
    Um, lol, yes. Actually if you look to right of it and slightly above, right next to the wall, you can see the missing one

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    Quote Originally Posted by talontsiawd View Post
    This is my very humbble setup for basically solely hip hop production and i record vocals every once in awhile.

    Of course the hip hop studio would have to have a prominently featured glock.

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    here's an update, my humble "studio" aka my bedroom. I only do mixing here...absorbers are home made (see link in sig) and the cloud is too...The big piece of brown wood above the window acts as a diffusor, as i had a bad flutter echo between the parallel walls. This was just a test (the wood cost next to nothing) but it work extremely well!!



    Looking across the room at the mix position, with absorber behind the monitors and another one in the corner, and diffusor above the window.



    wall facing the window. another hang absorber to reduce reverberation and to kill reflections from this wall.



    on the desk, MacMini (intel), AlphaTrack and Focusrite Liquid Mix both brand new and great products.
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