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    Senior Batty Krueger's Avatar
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    2 technics turntables, a set of ortofon concorde nightclub carts/stylus, Rane mixer, 2 three way cerwin vega loud speakers with 15"subs and a crown amp. I also have an Ibanez electric guitar I can hardly play cuz of my jacked up left hand.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tiido View Post
    Software :
    *WaveMelon Träkker 0.18a (also home made, still being developed)
    *MD Tracker 0.6a (home made, no longer used much)
    *RF1 MIDI Tracker
    *Cool Edit Pro 2.0 for my recording and editing needs
    *LUI and DSPctrl3 for controlling the DS2416 sound cards



    For actual music creation I use my own self made software. I have not really found much that clicks with me, os I end up making my own haha.

    Gear :
    * Pair of Yamaha DS2416
    * Yamaha SW1000XG
    * Yamaha YMF719
    * Yamaha AX44
    * Pair of Priboy E015S
    * Pair of Amfiton 50AS022 speakers
    * Heavily modified Amfiton U-101-0 amplifier
    * Miscellaneous home made speakers

    My sound cards are all modified for more awesome sound now, I have not taken any new photos of that stuff.
    Screen shot up the software your make, sounds really cool I've never met anyone who makes plugins and software c:

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    I don't really do anything serious when it comes to music production, I just like to jam out and occasionally record a few things for the hell of it.

    Software
    Guitar Pro 6 - for writing out the music
    POD Farm 2 - for amp effects and tones
    Beatcraft - for drum loops
    Audacity 1.3 - for recording

    Hardware
    Line 6 POD Studio GX USB audio interface
    Korg CR-4 Amp + Effects processor
    ATH-T200 headphones

    Guitars
    Schecter Omen Extreme 6 FR (Black Cherry finish)
    Washburn Lyon (first electric guitar, not the greatest quality)
    Peavey DD-21P acoustic guitar
    "Montana Backpacker" custom travel acoustic guitar (link)
    Fender Starcaster J (I'm new to the bass scene)

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    You enter notes, and instructions what to do with the notes. Typical tracker stuff, but with some twists of my own. You have absolute control over the sound though, it'll sound as good as much effort you put into the control bits.

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    Personally, I'm one of those oddities who prefers vintage equipment. I have an Emu Proteus/3 XR, a Roland XV3080, and a Korg TR-Rack, and while the rest of it is software, most of said software iolves recreating earlier sounds. Just a few days ago I purchased BT's Breakz from the Nu Skool and Percussive Adventures 1, which was legally possible thanks to East West reselling their classics to celebrate their 25th anniversary.

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    Software-wise I use FL studio for mostly everything (and sometimes Wavepad sound for quickly editing samples).
    If I need to score/tab anything out, it's usually on Guitar Pro 6.

    For hardware, I play an Ibanez RG series guitar with a tiny 'starter kit' fender amp. I also have a Boss RG-3 Loop station which I use for jamming or (most often) recording things whenever I come up with a new idea so that I can re-learn it later.

    Man, I'd love to save up and get Axe-FX...

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    Until fairly recently I did everything in Sony ACID Pro, but I've switched over to REAPER. Now that I'm on Linux, I can't use ACID at all, since it doesn't like wine very much. I've got my own build of wine I run REAPER in.

    The only hardware I have is an Alesis Vortex and a Peavy DPM 3 se. No fancy speakers or anything, but my laptop does have a subwoofer in it.

 

 

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