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#16October 8th, 2007 · 01:26 AM
8 threads / 7 songs
83 posts
Venezuela
Just use Korg Triton Extreme 88 keys, M-Audio Audiophile Firewire, Sonar 6, and a big amount of vsts.
#17October 8th, 2007 · 05:40 PM
49 threads / 42 songs
493 posts
United Kingdom
ZachBlume wrote…
Hey dave how is the AT4040 and ART tube pre

wonderful... haven't tried vox yet but acoustic guitar sounds wonderful and just tried micing my guitar cab and was stunned

also you can get wildly different sounds by moving the mic around... it's a very versatile mic.
#18October 15th, 2007 · 05:15 PM
75 threads / 57 songs
905 posts
Netherlands
very very old spanish guitar
real old Peavy bass
20 years old Zen acoustic guitar steel string (its broken now     (but gets a fix one day!)
Takamine EN-10(almost 15 years)
Charvel (dont know which model but a hb-sc-sc set up, (and a great tigerstripe too, lol) 15 years in my hands and i bought it 2nd hand
Boss GT-6 gtr effects
i use a small Peavy backstage 110 at home for monitoring,
have a big two twelve inch speaker yamaha combo and a 12 inch speakered peavy for live stereo set up(but they are in the shed longtime now)

M-audio audiophile usb
Yamaha aw 44-16 HD recorder(love those effects and the dig. mixer)
2 behringer B2 condensor mic's and a couple of shure sm-58's
Sony vaio laptop (needs a fan channel clean up every 3 weeks)

edit: forgot the keys:
Clavia Nordlead 2
M-audio Oxygen key controller
and in some older songs i used a Yamaha PSR-550 workstation combined with my old Atari 1024 st  lol!

Yamaha MSP-5 nearfield monitors, and Beyerdynamic DT-770 headphones for pleasant mixing/listening

on the laptop i've been using Cubase and Magix Audiostudio mainly, and since i dont have my recorder set all the time i also record guitar direct from the GT-6 dig.out into the Audiophile

well, it was interesting to read all your set ups, so i hope you enjoyed mine
#19November 7th, 2007 · 04:20 PM
2 threads
22 posts
United States of America
I use a Behringer Audio Mixer and an SM-57 mic, with stereo cables going into my sound blaster audigy live platinum 5.1 sound card.  Software, I used the latest guitar tracks.  The hardware is pretty old now, but it's still pretty solid for recording.
#20April 6th, 2008 · 02:28 PM
6 threads / 6 songs
70 posts
United States of America
Mine is quite embarrassing...well at least the recording software...

Gibson Les Paul custom
Fender 70's strat (a few other various electrics but these are my main 2)

Alverez regent acoustic

Marshall JCM 800 2203 Half stack

Dunlop Crybaby
Dunlop Rotovibe
Boss super overdrivre
Boss super chorus
Boss Octave (sometimes...it kills my tone)
analog man fuzz face sometimes, when i do blusey stuff

Sonar 3 producer edition
tascam 4 track recorder used as interface
old school boss dr.rythym
Korg G5 guitar processor (used mainly for scrtach guitar distortion and sometimes for vocal effects)
Shure SM57
a few Nady mics

Squier P Bass
#21May 13th, 2008 · 08:25 PM
30 threads / 5 songs
757 posts
Australia
home studio
Mics
Rode NT1a condenser
Shure beta 57 & 58

Guitars
Acoustic-Yamaha APX5
Electric Guitars fender strat ESP Edwards Les Paul seymore duncan p.u's
Extras
Vox valvetronic 50 watt amp
Roland 30 watt cube
Stomp boxes boss delay chorus tuner
marshall od and distortion
dunlop cry baby waa waa
 
Wind
Armstrong Flute
Armstrong Tenor Sax
Yamaha  Alto Sax
Dukoff 7 metal mouth pieces

Synths
Roland JV 80
Roland JV 1080 module

Recording
Mackie 1202 analogue mixer

Intel IMac 24 inch leopard os networked 2 a
G4 15 in Mac powerbook panther os

M box
Logic 8.2
protools
Peak
Reason
Garageband
Soundtrack
Sample CD libraries

Speakers
JBL Creature Monitors & I use the car stereo as ref as well.
#22July 6th, 2008 · 12:58 AM
2 threads / 1 songs
6 posts
United States of America
I've got a pretty humble setup, as I cannot really afford to throw much money at this hobby of mine.

Guitars & Gear:
- Epiphone FT-120 folk style guitar, from the 60s (my baby, lol)
- LP clone from a company called Aria
- Cort Curbow Retro bass guitar
- Custom TubeWorks ProValve 50W tube amp

Other:
- Yamaha YPT-300 keyboard, very useful as a simple tactile interface for strings / pads and piano, obviously

Recording:
- Lexicon Lambda interface. This thing rocks; USB 2.0 interface, allows for two mics, two 1/4" jack inputs and MIDI in/out. Can plug my electric guitar straight into this and recreate amp sounds with Guitar Rig 3 better than I can record at this point!

What I am lacking at this point is a good condenser mic for recording soft finger picked acoustic guitar and reference monitors for mixing/mastering. Would also love to have a box of just faders so I can master songs easier.
#23August 25th, 2008 · 04:46 PM
7 threads / 7 songs
30 posts
Netherlands
Guitar: Gibson SG Standard / 2002

Bass: Rickenbacker 4001 / 1977

EFX: Boss BE 5 and Dunlop JH1 Wah pedal

Double Bass: Musima 3/4 / 1985

Drumkit: Ludwig bass and toms / Rogers snare / Paiste ride crash high hat. / 1973

Keyboard: Yamaha PSR
#24May 1st, 2012 · 03:44 PM
110 threads / 55 songs
463 posts
Nepal
I came across this old thread and thought I would update my recording set up as it has changed a fair bit since last time I posted on it

Guitars
Ozark Parlour with Fishman Neo D
Blueridge all solid OM with B Band
Epiphone dot with bare knuckle upgrade pick up
Squier Telecaster custom with 2 P90
Zen 70's Japanese copy of martin
All solid Koa Ukulele
Yamaha ntx 700

Amps
Roland ac 60
Peavey Royal  8 upgraded valves and speaker
Vox valvetronix 30

Mics
SE electronic Titan
SE electronic X1
Rode M3 (x2)
EV co9 (x2)
Sm 57

Outboard
Presonus Bluetube DP
Focusrite ISA ONE Analogue Classic Single-Channel Pre-Amp

Inter-phase
Focusrite Saffire Pro 24 DSP

Keyboard
Kaway K1

Computer
G4 with 28' and 15' monitor

Software
Logic pro7

monitoring
Alesis RA150 Power Amp
Yamaha NS10 copy
Tanoy little red
Event TR6 Biamped Tuned Reference Studio Monitors
#25June 25th, 2013 · 02:45 PM
5 threads / 4 songs
29 posts
United States of America
New to the site and was browsing around and found this thread.

Thought I'd contribute.

Most everything I do these days is on the extreme cheap.

Primary recording software is Sonar Producer 7 with Session Drummer 2.
Yamaha MG102c compact mixing console.
Digitech Genesis 1 multi-effects processor and amp modeler.
Ibanez DE7 delay.
Crybaby Wah.
Squire double fat Telecaster.
Squire double fat Strat.
Squire Jazz Bass.
Casio Ctk 2300 keyboard.

If I lost everything in a fire it would take less than a grand to replace it all but it serves for the time being.
#26August 3rd, 2013 · 11:48 PM
148 threads / 27 songs
1,895 posts
United States of America
My stuff has all changed since I posted last in this thread.
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