this is the new lay-out of Hataken's studio: Impressive!
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i like this post and nice pics you shared !
i guess Simon has upgardet his laptop and screen since the time of this picture
also i have seen nice pics of Ott studio on his fb recently
hm yes, you could be right, they look a bit outdated indeed
you have keen eye Gagarin!
why don't you post that foto of Ott's studio?
I would share my space but it's really messy right now and I still need a stand for my Nord. I just moved so everything isn't in its right place yet. Will post once I get my shit together
a messy studio can be cool, no?
anyway, looking forward to your pic when all gear is in its right place!
is it a "sitting" setup?
p.s. my keen eye see some dust
yes well, I rearranged it a bit for the pic.
normally it's a bit more scatterd arround my livingroom: speakers in the corners, controllers on the dinnertable, laptop on another table etc...
but yeah, if i mix i sit at my dinnertable most of the time
ow dammed your keen eye
when are you gonna post a pic of your set-up?
from left to right in my Cornwall UK Studio
Novation X Station
Roland Gaia SH01
Mac Laptop 2.4 Ghz 8GB RAM 500 GD SSD
Logic X - 10.2
Favourite plug ins
Arturia Prophet V
Spectrasonics Stylus / Trilogy
Various sample libraries
Tal Juno / SH101
Wolfram fx plug
Roland Sound Canvas
Waldorf Blofeld Desktop Synth
Novation SL37 Controller keyboard - intergrates really well with Logic X
Mackie 1202 VLZ Mixer
KRK Rokit 5 speakers
Midiverb 1 effects for adding reverb on the desk
M-audio Fast Track Pro soundcard
Big Speaker stands!
Beyerdynamic DT990 Open backed Headphones - Really nice
Quite a lot of these outboard synths are relatively new and haven;t been used much on my recordings so far. The laptop is new too and has a few new software additions too.
Synths run into the desk and I use the mute function on the Mackie Mixer that also sends the otuput to an Alternative output which runs into the audio interface. I just unassign the audio output on audio track when recording.
I think I've just about got the right balance between software and hardware now. Definitely a bit more fun with a bit of hardware to tinkle on.
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