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What's your actual setup?

And what's your ideal setup if you could afford it?

 

My actual one is:

-Roland VS-1680 Expanded as mixer and HDR

-Event 2020 BAS monitors

-Roland JP-8080 synth

-Roland JX 305 groovesynth

-Korg Electribe A synth/sequencer

-Zoom RT-123 drum machine

-Ensoniq ASR-X drum sampler

-Roland SP-808 sampler

-Korg TR-Rack expander

-Alesis NanoBass expander

-Alesis NanoVerb and NanoComp ouboard

-Zoom RFX-2000 outboard

-SPL Vitalizer Jack outboard

-2 audio patch bays

-1 Midi patch bay

-AKG K-55 phones

-Shure Beta 58 and Rode NT-1 mics

-CD Deck, DJ model

-Tape deck

-Apple Imac only for final CD-burning

 

My ideal setup if I could afford it would remain mostly the same, with the addition of a couple dedicated expanders such as Proteus 2000 and Planet Earth, and I'd include a second monitor speaker set such as Tannoy Reveal Active. Plus, I'd subsitute the Roland multitracker for a Mackie HDR 24/96 and a Mackie analog mixer with 48 channel capacity.

 

This message has been edited by argomax on 01-19-2001 at 07:17 AM

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My setup on the road:

Alesis QS8

Roland VK-7

Studiologic SL-161 midi controller

Motion Sound KBR-3D

At home:

Aardvark Direct Pro 24/96

Event 20/20 bas

Cakewalk Pro Audio 9

Acid

Sound Forge 4.5

PIII-450, 128 mb, 10gig drive,

HP 8100 CD burner

My road gear covers the basics needed for Nashville artist gigs, my home stuff lets me do basic tracks and overdubs for work completed at a "real" studio in town.

What to add?

EMu 4 Ultra and the Coakley Pianos

More ram for the PC and a bigger

hard drive

A good mike for the house

The Hammond C3 that's sitting in my

sister-in-law's parent's house.

A Moog Performance Synth to replace

the MiniMoog I sold for rent money when

I moved to Nashville. http://www.musicplayer.com/ubb/smile.gif

Cheers,

Ken

 

 

 

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My setup (studio only, I haven't gigged in years):

 

-Yamaha CS-6x

-Kurzweil PC88mx

-Alesis QS6 (w/ Vintage Synths card)

-Kawai K1 (I have about 1000 patches for the damn thing and you can get a lot of mileage out of it with a simple effects processor)

-Korg Poly 800 II (OK, laugh it up)

-SR-16 drum machine

-Emu ESi32

-Lexicon MPX-100

-Rolls mixer

-Kawai MAV-8 Patchbay

-Alesis RA100

-Alesis Monitor 1

-Egosystems Wamirack Audio/Midi Interface (just got it)

-Sennheiser Headphones

-PII 300 MHz

-CW PA9

-Soundforge 4.5

-Misc Editors

 

I'm finally getting close to my ideal setup.. just got the wami rack and new cables. I can finally organize my midi setup better (I had a single port midi interface before)

 

I would like to eventually get rid of most of the keyboards and limit myself to two, one 88 weighted and one non-weigthed 61 keys... but my old gear is to well taken care off for me to have the guts to sell it.

 

I'm planning on purchasing a multi instrument editor so I can organize all the patches from my synthesizers.

 

Rod

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Currently, all I have left is an Alesis QSR and a Yamaha KX76

 

Ideal setup?

Another KX, a Fatar piano-action controller, and then all modules:

M1r

K2VPR

Emu Vintage Keys plus

Roland D550

Digital Music MX-8 Patchbay.

 

That would pretty much cover anything I would want.

 

Now, if we're REALLY wishing, here:

Fairlight CMI IIx

PPG 2.3 with Waveterm and PRK

Prophet-10

Arp Quadra

Hammond C3 w/Leslie 122

Minimoog

DX7

 

And everything above!

 

Ah, it's good to dream... http://www.musicplayer.com/ubb/smile.gif

Setup: Korg Kronos 61, Roland XV-88, Korg Triton-Rack, Motif-Rack, Korg N1r, Alesis QSR, Roland M-GS64 Yamaha KX-88, KX76, Roland Super-JX, E-Mu Longboard 61, Kawai K1II, Kawai K4.
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I have a Triton and a Roland VK7 housed in an old Hammond Model A cabinet( looks just like the B3 except about 5 or 6 inches narrower) with a very trick paint job and polished brass trim. (my hot rod http://www.musicplayer.com/ubb/smile.gif ).

The VK goes thru a 122 Leslie

 

Alesis QS8

Korg 0/1W

Fender Thinline Tele into a POD

 

Mackie 1604 mixer

2 Mackie 450 powered speakers...luv 'em

 

We use Roland 1680's at home and 9.0 Cakewalk

in a 500 pentium II PC

 

In small clubs the 450 Mackies serve as part of the main PA on top of a pair of EV subs X'd over @ 125. EV 12" wedges then serve as my stage monitors thru a Carver amp.

In bigger venues, I get the Mackies all to my self. http://www.musicplayer.com/ubb/smile.gif yea!!!

It's alot of setup and labor to lug it all around, but it gives me everything I want and my daily exercise to boot. http://www.musicplayer.com/ubb/smile.gif

 

I have a C3 that I use in my home studio also.

JWK

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My keys:

 

Kurzweil K2500

Kurzweil K2000

Kurzweil K250

Emu E64

Emu Proteus

Fairlight III

Yamaha DX7

Yamaha TG77

Roland D50

Roland R8

Novation Bass station

Access Virus

Korg M1

Korg Dw6000

Fender Rhodes

Fatar 88Key motherboard

Dynaudio Monitors

Logic Gold/Beige G3

PT LE.

 

In the next room i have ProTools and ProControl with lotsa mics etc etc.

Sync to everything bla bla bla and a decent sized live room.

 

my ideal setup:

Well i got lotsa keys but would like more! (some of that waldorf shit would be nice + some more oldies) also a huge live room that could fit an orchestra would be nice!

 

http://www.musicplayer.com/ubb/smile.gif

 

 

 

This message has been edited by musow@hotmail.com on 01-19-2001 at 05:39 PM

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My setup is :

Korg 01w/pro

Ensoniq SQ80

Alesis QSR (w/classical and sanctuary cards)

Oberheim Matrix 1000

Roland MKB300

Roland MKS20

Korg Poly61M

Seil DK600 (w/expander)

Casio AZ1

Cubase VST

Soundforge 2.0

Cakewalk pro8

Bose 101 monitors

Alesis RA100

Roland KB100 (for live)

 

Dream:

K2600

Triton pro (w/several expanders - MOSS, etc)

killer computer for soft synths, HDR

'nuf sed.

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Here's what I'm using:

 

Fatar Studio 2001 master

Kurzweil K2000RS, fully loaded

Oberheim Matrix-12

Roland XP-80 with 4 expansion boards

Korg Wavestation A/D

Korg Wavestation SR

Yamaha VL-1m

Yamaha TG77

Kurzweil Micropiano

Roland S-550 - still useful

 

plus a few I don't use anymore (Kawai K5m, Roland JV-80 etc.) and

*the ghost of Rhodes Chroma*

 

Behringer 24 ch mixer

two Roland M120 12 ch mixers

Lexicon LXP-15

Yamaha SPX900

Alesis Quadraverb

BBE maximizer

Akai DPS12 multitrack

A couple of PCs, with VST and much more

 

Plus DAT, patchbays, cards etc.

For live playing, it depends on the situation, but I often bring the XP-80, one Wavestation, and the Micropiano, plus sometimes the K2000 and the VL-1. Of course I need the Fatar if "pianistic" playing is required.

 

Wishes? Not many; it's a very flexible and powerful system. I would love a Kyma system, but not having to transport it to concerts. I also would like to replace the K2000 with a K2600, and especially to have my Chroma again!! I sold it in a moment of absolute dementia, together with the thousands of sounds I had programmed for it... http://www.musicplayer.com/ubb/frown.gif

 

marino

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Here's my lowly college student's setup:

 

Kawai K5000S

Yamaha MU90R

Pentium III 800MHZ running Logic

I also have at home:

Oberheim Matrix 6, Matrix 1000

Kurzweil PC88

soon getting: Electribe S, US-428,

probably gigastudio 96 too...

 

An ideal setup would add:

A G4 running Digital Performer, Spark, Max/MSP

(Maybe a Titanium laptop http://www.musicplayer.com/ubb/smile.gif )

Kurzweil K2600xs

Ensoniq ZR-76

Oberheim Matrix-12

Novation Supernova II

Emu Virtuoso and Proteus 2000

Tactex MTC Express

Roland HPD15

A Creamware Elektra card for my PC.. or maybe Powerscope...

 

That's enough dreamin' for now I think..

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I forgot to add to my ideal setup an Alesis Masterlink to detach myself totally from the computer, and in my actual setup I just got an Alesis AirFx (very entertaining, great vocoder) and a couple guitars goin' thru a Zoom amp simulator w/effects.
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...And then I looked around the room at the stuff I forgot:

Alesis QSR

Roland JX-8P w/ PG200 programmer

Kawai SX-210 (pawn shop-$100)

Yamaha KX-5

Yamaha PSR-510 (A nice writing tool)

Yamaha MV-802 line mixer

Korg 6000M Digital Grand

I knew that first list looked skimpy. http://www.musicplayer.com/ubb/smile.gif

 

 

 

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Oops, I forgot to add the most important piece of gear to the list above:

Yamaha G2 grand piano

 

And while I'm at it, I am curious to learn what kind of gear Dave Bryce has. Come on, Dave, don't be shy... Turn us all green with envy! http://www.musicplayer.com/ubb/smile.gif

 

marino

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Hi all

here's my setup, studio only I play guitar when I gig.

K2000

Novation Drumstation

D4

Novation Supernova

Akai cd3000 xl

Waldorf Microwave xt

Proteus 2000

Yamaha TX 81Z

Yamaha DX7

Yamaha DX100

Nord rack 2

Oberheim Matrix 6

Access Virus

Kuoblo

Korg TR Rack

Retro AS1

Roland JV 1080 ( with Vintage Keys Exp)

 

Monitors

NS10's

Event 20/20

Dynaudios

 

A Beige G3 with a G4 chip running

Logic Audio Platinum

DP

Pro Tools Mix Plus

Peak etc.

 

Wants: A bunch of vintage mic pres, a new live room designed and built for the purpose not adapted later. A grand piano, fairlight, Pro control, and a pair of Genelecs.

Thanks

Simon

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Originally posted by marino:

And while I'm at it, I am curious to learn what kind of gear Dave Bryce has. Come on, Dave, don't be shy... Turn us all green with envy! http://www.musicplayer.com/ubb/smile.gif

 

Shy? Me? No, my friend - I've just been away at NAMM without my laptop since Wednesday...

 

Synths and other sound generating devices, starting from the left...

DM Pro Kit

SPD11

Red Andromeda (Andy #1, from her premiere at last year's NAMM show)

Blue Andromeda

K2000S, fully loaded

QS7 (w/ Vintage synths and Vintage Keys QCards)

QS8.1 (w/ Classical and Film Score QCards)

Nanobass, Nanopiano, Nanosynth

QSR x 2 (w/ Hip Hop, Eurodance, Sanctuary and Guitar & Bass QCards)

Prophet VS rack

MKS-80

D-550

Wavestation SR

Proteus 2

VZ10M (EXCELLENT FM synth!)

EX5R

MPG-80

Another DM Pro

DM5

D4

SR16

Jupiter 8 w/MIDI

PPG Wave 2.2 w/MIDI

Quadrasynth Plus (w/ Pop/Rock Quadracard)

Chroma w/MIDI interface (yes, my brother Marino, we do have similar tastes)

DG8

...and my baby - my Ron Rivera modified, Bob Moog autographed MiniMoog, which just received an ass-kicking maintenance and repair session from Kevin Lightner, and is playing better than it ever did. As a matter of fact, I just heaped a ton of praise on Bob Moog today when I saw him at the NAMM show over that very instrument.

 

As noted in other threads, I also have a K. Kawai grand piano that I just adore. Great axe - unbelievably dynamic instrument.

 

Not in use: another K2000, an old Korg CX3 (don't use it at all since I got B4!), Kurzweil K1000SE, a DX7, and a couple of other Alesis QS synths.

 

For audio, I use Digital Performer with a 2408 running on a G4. I have an M20 and two ADAt XTs which are ELKO'd to my X2 console, and connected to the 2408 by light pipe, so I can work in either medium, or fly tracks from one medium to the other. I have a bunch of effects processors, but my faves are the Lexicon PCM90, Alesis Wedge, and an original SPX90. I also love my POD (usually connected to the Mini) and my Moogerfooger phaser and Lowpass filter. I run it all through a pair of extraordinary powered monitors made in Germany by a company called A.D.A.M. - they are simply the best pair of speakers on which I have ever had the privilege of working. I mix to a Masterlink, which is one of my favorite and most-used pieces of gear in my studio.

 

I also have a Takamine acoustic guitar, and a nasty black custom built bass guitar (Warmoth Body, Kubicki neck, EMG pickups, Bartolini EZ-Q synth filter and a built-in CE2 chorus pedal (yes, built into the bass!)

 

Wish list? Just two hardware synths right now...I want a Matrix-12 and an MKS70.

 

Oh yes, I covet the Pro-52 and the PPG Wave 2.x software synths as well, and a bunch of the Bomb Factory plug-ins.

 

And I want a VIPRE. Woof.

 

dB

:snax:

 

:keys:==> David Bryce Music • Funky Young Monks <==:rawk:

 

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My project studio includes:

 

Clavia Nord Modular (keys, expanded)

Waldorf Q Rack

Waldorf Pulse

Access Virus b

Yamaha SY99 (4 RAM expansions)

Roland JD-990 (Vintage expansion)

E-mu XL-1 (Rob Papen expansion)

Roland DJ-70mkII (32MB RAM)

Roland R-8m (dance, electronic, hard rock cards)

t.c. electronic FireworX

t.c. electronic M3000

t.c. electronoc D-Two

Lexicon PCM-81 (dual card)

Lexicon MPX 500

Lexicon NuVerb

Sony DPS-V77

Roland SDX-330

Korg SDD-3300

FMRAudio RNC1773 (x2)

Digidesign ProTools24 (2 vintage farms)

MOTU Digital Performer

Emagic Logic Audio Platinum

NI Reaktor

a few plug-ins...

Apple Beige G3/500, 384MB, 100GB, 19"

 

 

what I am planning for:

 

a quality mic-pre channelstrip

a pair of new monitors

maybe to take guitar lessons

continue losing weight

further self-development

Go tell someone you love that you love them.
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Sorry, folks, I screwed up my first reply, let's try this again. Actual setup:

Ensoniq SD-1 workstation

Roland JV-1080 synth module

Radio Shack powered multimedia speakers

 

Ideal setup:

Keep the SD-1 and JV-1080

Load up the JV with Vintage Synth, Vocal, and both Orchestral expansion boards.

Add a Roland JP-8000, Alesis A6 or Novation Supernova 2 for some serious analogue mayhem.

Run the whole shebang through a Mackie 1202 mixer into a pair of Alesis M1's at home and a Barbetta Sona41 amp on the road.

Use a Vulcan mind meld to acquire playing skills from Lyle Mays and Michael W. Smith (hey, this is virtual reality, right?)

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Current setup:

Triton ProX w/MOSS & Pno cards, scsiZIP250

DX7IIFDE! & DX100

Lexicon LXP-5 & 1

PII/500Mhz/14GB HD w/Cubase VST & CD burner

Soundcraft Spirit mixboard

JBL Control 5 and 1's (home)

Cerwin Vega VB15 monitor (live)

Sony amps and MD player/recorder

 

just got rid of Korg 01/Wpro & T3 (no sense in keeping after triton arrived) to make space for my dream setup (at least in my head):

 

Andromeda, Supernova II or OB12(some of us can't have it all)

Proteus virtuoso 2000

Kurz PC2R

Tascam MX2424

extra RAM

mackie mixer & monitors

a mod that would allow my triton to accept more than just 2 expansion cards... please let it be true...

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Originally posted by memonky@hotmail.com:

a mod that would allow my triton to accept more than just 2 expansion cards... please let it be true...

 

Check out the Triton Rack. Not only can install eight (8) expansion cards simultaneously, but the rack has program memory for each of them, so you don't have to wipe out your presets to load expansion card specific program sets!

 

This message has been edited by dansouth@yahoo.com on 01-22-2001 at 04:43 PM

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My meager setup:

 

MicroMoog

Moog Rogue

Korg Poly 6

Korg microPreset

Oberheim Matrix 1000

Ensoniq EPS

Ensoniq Fizmo

Roland TD 5 drum kit

Mackie 1402

Roland VS 1680 (2)

Rockman analog delay

Lexicon LXP 5

Yamaha digital delay

Digitech time machine 7.6

Digitech RP 10

Alesis Monitor 1

Paia vocoder (thanks Craig!)

Power Computing 133 with Cubase

StarMax 275 with ProTools Project

Apple G3 desktop 266 CD burning

Apple iBook portable editing

other misc sound effect stuff

 

well it's a start...

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Originally posted by Dave Bryce:

Shy? Me? No, my friend - I've just been away at NAMM without my laptop since Wednesday...

 

Synths and other sound generating devices, starting from the left...

DM Pro Kit

SPD11

Red Andromeda (Andy #1, from her premiere at last year's NAMM show)

Blue Andromeda

K2000S, fully loaded

QS7 (w/ Vintage synths and Vintage Keys QCards)

QS8.1 (w/ Classical and Film Score QCards)

Nanobass, Nanopiano, Nanosynth

QSR x 2 (w/ Hip Hop, Eurodance, Sanctuary and Guitar & Bass QCards)

Prophet VS rack

MKS-80

D-550

Wavestation SR

Proteus 2

VZ10M (EXCELLENT FM synth!)

EX5R

MPG-80

Another DM Pro

DM5

D4

SR16

Jupiter 8 w/MIDI

PPG Wave 2.2 w/MIDI

Quadrasynth Plus (w/ Pop/Rock Quadracard)

Chroma w/MIDI interface (yes, my brother Marino, we do have similar tastes)

DG8

...and my baby - my Ron Rivera modified, Bob Moog autographed MiniMoog, which just received an ass-kicking maintenance and repair session from Kevin Lightner, and is playing better than it ever did. As a matter of fact, I just heaped a ton of praise on Bob Moog today when I saw him at the NAMM show over that very instrument.

 

As noted in other threads, I also have a K. Kawai grand piano that I just adore. Great axe - unbelievably dynamic instrument.

 

Not in use: another K2000, an old Korg CX3 (don't use it at all since I got B4!), Kurzweil K1000SE, a DX7, and a couple of other Alesis QS synths.

 

For audio, I use Digital Performer with a 2408 running on a G4. I have an M20 and two ADAt XTs which are ELKO'd to my X2 console, and connected to the 2408 by light pipe, so I can work in either medium, or fly tracks from one medium to the other. I have a bunch of effects processors, but my faves are the Lexicon PCM90, Alesis Wedge, and an original SPX90. I also love my POD (usually connected to the Mini) and my Moogerfooger phaser and Lowpass filter. I run it all through a pair of extraordinary powered monitors made in Germany by a company called A.D.A.M. - they are simply the best pair of speakers on which I have ever had the privilege of working. I mix to a Masterlink, which is one of my favorite and most-used pieces of gear in my studio.

 

I also have a Takamine acoustic guitar, and a nasty black custom built bass guitar (Warmoth Body, Kubicki neck, EMG pickups, Bartolini EZ-Q synth filter and a built-in CE2 chorus pedal (yes, built into the bass!)

 

Wish list? Just two hardware synths right now...I want a Matrix-12 and an MKS70.

 

Oh yes, I covet the Pro-52 and the PPG Wave 2.x software synths as well, and a bunch of the Bomb Factory plug-ins.

 

And I want a VIPRE. Woof.

 

dB

Dave, That's really uncanny that you should mention the affinity you have for your K.Kawai grand. I wish I would have bought one back in 1980 when they were under 6 grand. The botton end of those beauties is the most inspiring of any piano I've ever played. Great action. I was killing time one day out in Kokomo, IN and the manager of a large piano warehouse let me run every ax in the who store thru the paces. They had everything under the sun in there and, knowing how much I liked the Kawai, I left it alone until last. I played between 30 and 40 different grands. When I got to the Kawai I must have played it nonstop for a half hour. When I walked in the place and told the salesman of my undying affection for Kawais he was unimpressed. By the time I was finished playing I had made a believer out of him. You just cannot possibly play badly on one of those girls.

I got together with an old buddy of mine over the weekend, a fine keyboardist himself, and we had a blast firing shots back and forth at each other with our Tritons. While taking a break from the action, he told me of his yearning to get a Kawai. He says it's the most fun he's ever had playing piano. Alot of guys think I'm crazy, but it's good to know I'm not alone.

JW http://www.musicplayer.com/ubb/smile.gif

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Originally posted by b3wiz@hotmail.com:

Dave, That's really uncanny that you should mention the affinity you have for your K.Kawai grand.

 

I just adore the thing. I had no idea they made such excellent pianos, and I had no idea that there was a difference between Kawai and K. Kawai pianos. I'm not sure that I'd have even considered one - I happened to be lucky enough to find a girl that could put up with me long enough to marry me, and came with her own piano.

 

The true irony of the situation is that she doesn't really play - her dad bought it for her because he thought that it would look good in her living room, and he knew someone who gave him a deal on it.

 

http://www.musicplayer.com/ubb/cool.gif

 

dB

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Well now, ain't this fun http://www.musicplayer.com/ubb/smile.gif

 

Don't play live anymore...all in the studio in a couple of racks and spread over a couple of rooms:

 

A100 & 145

Minimoog Model D

Kawai MP9000

Cheetah Masterseries 7P

General Music S2

Kurzweil K2000RS

Kurzweil Pro 1

Korg Wavestation A/D

Yamaha TX 802

Roland MKS 20

Roland MKS 70 w/ programmer

Roland MKS 80

Roland JD 990

Casio VZ 10M

Tons of sounds for all of them

Synapse Midi Router

Dynacord CLS 222

DM4

Mackie 3204

DR 660

 

Obviously not very current but can get fat sounding. Sold my Matrix 12 to buy some Manley gear...that was a tough decision.

 

These keys compliment a very well decked out recording studio and control room full of mics, effects, pres, comps, eqs, guitars and guitar amps. We be havin' fun here...

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My ideal setup would be something like this.

 

Originally posted by argomax:

 

My actual one is:

-Roland VS-1680 Expanded as mixer and HDR

-Event 2020 BAS monitors

-Roland JP-8080 synth

-Roland JX 305 groovesynth

-Korg Electribe A synth/sequencer

-Zoom RT-123 drum machine

-Ensoniq ASR-X drum sampler

-Roland SP-808 sampler

-Korg TR-Rack expander

-Alesis NanoBass expander

-Alesis NanoVerb and NanoComp ouboard

-Zoom RFX-2000 outboard

-SPL Vitalizer Jack outboard

-2 audio patch bays

-1 Midi patch bay

-AKG K-55 phones

-Shure Beta 58 and Rode NT-1 mics

-CD Deck, DJ model

-Tape deck

-Apple Imac only for final CD-burning

 

http://www.musicplayer.com/ubb/biggrin.gifhttp://www.musicplayer.com/ubb/biggrin.gifhttp://www.musicplayer.com/ubb/biggrin.gif Dang Argomax, I'm jealus

 

My setup is:

Korg N364 workstation

Roland R-8 MKII Human Rythm Composer

Fostex VF-16

1 Audio Technica pro 4L mic (VERY soon to be upgraded with 2 Rode NT3's and a 57)

Alesis Nanoverb

800 mgz PC with Cakewalk Pro, might be upgrading to Sonar

And, of course, all my guitar stuff

Fender Stratocaster (of course)

G&L Legacy

Washburn P-290

Takimine Acc/Elec.

Crate VC5212 amp

Various pedals.

 

My wish list:

88 key weightd action digital piano, been looking at Yamaha P-80

2x2 or 4x4 midi interface

Good soundcard, Something like Korg OAYSYS.

Sampler

Accoustic guitar amp

Digital mixer

 

That's it for now, I'm still pretty new to keyboards and recording though. Give me a little time and I'm sure the wish list will GREATLY expand!!

 

 

This message has been edited by Stratman on 01-22-2001 at 11:49 PM

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Originally posted by Dave Bryce:

I just adore the thing. I had no idea they made such excellent pianos, and I had no idea that there was a difference between Kawai and K. Kawai pianos. I'm not sure that I'd have even considered one - I happened to be lucky enough to find a girl that could put up with me long enough to marry me, and came with her own piano.

 

The true irony of the situation is that she doesn't really play - her dad bought it for her because he thought that it would look good in her living room, and he knew someone who gave him a deal on it.

 

http://www.musicplayer.com/ubb/cool.gif

 

dB

 

 

wow...some guys have all the luck. Must make it pretty hard for you to find a piano sample that really satisfies you, huh? http://www.musicplayer.com/ubb/smile.gif

jw

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In use:

 

- Roland A-70 with Piano Expansion board.

- Roland Ax-1.

- Roland Jv-2080 fully loaded.

- Korg 01w/R.

- Korg M1Rex.

- Yammie TX802.

- EMU E4 Ultra fully loaded.

- Mackie 2408' .

- JBL 6208 .

 

In the closet,

- Korg T1.

- Korg DSM-1.

- Yammie SK-20.

- Yammie DX7IID.

- Obie Strummer.

- Yammie Kx-5.

- Prophet VS.

- Prophet 10.

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Hooked in Keys....;P

 

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keys synths

[2] kurz 2500x's loaded

large sample library [invested in cds instead of synths]

jv 1080 tthree expantion cards

alesis qs6

computer

power tower pro with 256 mgs ram

g3 400 upgrade

three IBM 9.1 HD's

[2] syquest syjet 1.5 removable drive [10] cartriges

imation cd burner 8 by

[2] 19" viewsonic monitors

raid o

DP 2.7.2 plus many other editing programs

mixer

mackie 3204

monitors

Mackie HR824'S

jbl g2s

others

[21] lava lamps

quick lock z stand with top tier [ piggy back the kurz's]

four mic's

[2] headphones sony adio technica

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