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Old 09-07-07, 06:43 PM   #1
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music equipment spending spree!!!!

so for the past few weeks i have been aquiring many things, sadly i had to ship one thing back to get a new one because the tube in it was broke, it was a PRESONUS BLUETUBE 2 CHANNEL TUBE/SOLID STATE PRE AMP.

here is a few pics of the things i do have. now my home studio is getting much better.


first the new firewire mixer, sadly i cant use it yet until i get a firewire card


this is my midi control surface, no more using a mouse for me..........as much hahaha


i bought this case and sonic maximizer from my boss, i use it as my guitar stuff for now:
-Sonic Maximizer 482
-Samson PS15 power conditioner
-Samson C valve tube pre amp(has for a bit now)
-a late 80's Peavey effects proccessor


picked this up for 50 bucks, a starter Ibanez, but it has really nice cleans and sounds great through my fender acoustic amp


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-M-Audio Keyrig 49 midi keyboard(no room on my desk for full time hook up)
-Gorilla 30 watt practice amp form late 80's
-Diplomat practice bass amp(cant find any info on it)
-Fender Squire P-Bass for 45 bucks
old
-Fender Acoustasonic Junior 40W


A few cheap condensor mics, but they sound damn good for the money
-Audio-Technica ATT20 side address & ATT2021 samll condensor
as well as my cramped setup


sorry to show, i am just very excited about having all these new toys/tools to use and play with. i just wish i had the other tube pre i got, damn tube section wouldnt work, only the solid state mode. next i am planning on getting some new reference monitors, a headphone amp, and the mackie big knob. its only money i say hahaha.
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Old 09-07-07, 06:53 PM   #2
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I'm drooling. Nice set up. Looks like you spent some serious coin.

I too have been on a mini musical spending spree. Just purchased 6 dumbeks. Now we can do some serious jamming ... middle eastern style
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Old 09-08-07, 09:21 AM   #3
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hahaha id be down for that. i should add those to my list of things to buy.

i would say over the past two years i have spent about $3500 on music equipemnt, obvioulsy i couldnt sell it all for that price, but thats what i paid.

all of that money and it doesnt even include the computer and my stereo equipment which is all integrated into my setup. that probably totals around 1500.

so, basically my small personal studio cost me a lot of money and it still doesnt do everything i want it to do at least there is lots of lights and stuff to look at hahahaha
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Old 09-08-07, 11:49 AM   #4
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Those AT2020's are awesome mics for the money.
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God daaaammmnnnnn....
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That is some serious outlay there.

One thing I promise myself, when I get out of college and get a decent job, though it may be just a pipe dream, would be a Korg Oasys. It doesn't replace discrete mixers and HDR equipment, but having the availability of stuff like that on a keyboard makes making synth programs easier.
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