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Aug 02, 2005 10:05 am re: Hey...what's your gear?
Chris Nelson

For recording, I've been using Cakewalk Home Studio. I record through my computer, one track at a time. Now that we're a full band, we're still trying to figure out how we're going to record together. Since we're working mostly on refining our live show, we're keeping this on the back burner.

We would like to make a live recording, but none of use are really sure how to do that. Any suggestions there would be welcome.

I play through a Marshall amp and I use whatever sound system is available live. I only used four basic efffects, which to me, is enough for what I do.

Chris
Music: http://www.soundclick.com/fishkill
Facts: http://www.fishkillmusic.com

> Maddy wrote:
>
>Ok guys, let us see what all everyone here works on. Of course, share a bit of your experiences too. They will help others.
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>As for me, I work majorly on Nuendo. And I am a hard core Nuendo guy, if I may say so. I do my programming on different programs like Reason, FL Studio, Storm etc. I put in some samples, I create some sounds, I record some MIDIs and that's it. But all these are the courtesans. The Emperor is my Nuendo.
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>I have three condenser mics- No...not Neuman. I have two AKGs and one Marshalls. In Dynamics, I use Shure and Behringer.
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>I also have a Behringer DDX 3216 mixing console. Honestly, it sucks big time. Will be shifting to O2R soon. Any more suggestions are welcome.
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>Finally, the keyboard I use is Triton Extreme. It is a nice KB, except that I do not use it except to make new sounds and as a MIDI keyboard. But some arps in it are phenomenal.
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>My mixing reference monitors are Roland DS-90A. They are near field monitors, perfectly suited for the size of my studio. I am very happy with their performance.
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>Well, I guess that's it from my side. Now, will someone else take the initiative. Let's get this group going!
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>Cheers~
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>-Maddy.

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