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Re: the classic "take a photo of your setup" thread

Post by nowaysj » Sun Feb 08, 2015 5:17 pm

Trust me, the detail was not lost on me.
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Re: the classic "take a photo of your setup" thread

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Keep it clean.


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Re: the classic "take a photo of your setup" thread

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Starting to make progress.


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Re: the classic "take a photo of your setup" thread

Post by nowaysj » Sun Feb 08, 2015 5:26 pm

Was developing musical blue balls. Took a day off and spent a day tweaking/arranging on the ipad, in Korg's iPolySix, amazing app. Got a text from my momz at like 8pm, and lost everything on the ipad. Get it together apple/korg.

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Re: the classic "take a photo of your setup" thread

Post by nowaysj » Sun Feb 08, 2015 5:30 pm

World used to be a lot more diverse, and difficult.

Wtf is this shit?


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Re: the classic "take a photo of your setup" thread

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Re: the classic "take a photo of your setup" thread

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Had to stop and buy a car, what a fiasco!

No more bicycle, though!


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Re: the classic "take a photo of your setup" thread

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Have been avoiding patching this beotch up.

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Something terrible has happened to my giant black cock.

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Re: the classic "take a photo of your setup" thread

Post by nowaysj » Sun Feb 08, 2015 5:47 pm

Still mocking up, but getting somehwere. Gonna have to completely rearrange this... prophet 08 is going to crash the party.

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Re: the classic "take a photo of your setup" thread

Post by nowaysj » Sun Feb 08, 2015 5:53 pm

Living high up in the mountains, you get giant boogers. This is the biggest so far.

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Re: the classic "take a photo of your setup" thread

Post by fragments » Sun Feb 08, 2015 7:12 pm

totes jelly of that Orban EQ

Also, loving this photo journey

Starting to look really fucking legit my man, a very nice space! That whole huge room is just for your studio?!

That P08 Keys is gonna look so damn sexy in there...
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Post by Samuel_L_Damnson » Sun Feb 08, 2015 7:30 pm

fuck me im jelly. thats a nice looking space to work in
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Re: the classic "take a photo of your setup" thread

Post by Aufnahmewindwuschel » Sun Feb 08, 2015 7:41 pm

looks nice ♥

maybe i post my new studio too :corndance:

haha def not its juts a dirty keyboard with god knows what those dirty spots are
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Re: the classic "take a photo of your setup" thread

Post by nowaysj » Sun Feb 08, 2015 7:53 pm

It has been a long time coming, and it hasn't been easy. Had to leave my life and family behind. This last move... I pushed myself to places I'd never been. But on the plus side my rent is over $1,000 cheaper a month here, and I've a pristine trout stream 2 miles from my house.

But y'all are welcome to drop by any time, we could make an EP in a weekend. I'll send you GPS coordinates, and a couple of guys in a white van with ski masks on will pick you up. A few hour hooded ride and we'll be producing proper jams.
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Re: the classic "take a photo of your setup" thread

Post by nowaysj » Sun Feb 08, 2015 7:54 pm

Bud, your studio is in your mind, very productive place too.
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Re: the classic "take a photo of your setup" thread

Post by fragments » Sun Feb 08, 2015 8:20 pm

nowaysj wrote:It has been a long time coming, and it hasn't been easy. Had to leave my life and family behind. This last move... I pushed myself to places I'd never been. But on the plus side my rent is over $1,000 cheaper a month here, and I've a pristine trout stream 2 miles from my house.

But y'all are welcome to drop by any time, we could make an EP in a weekend. I'll send you GPS coordinates, and a couple of guys in a white van with ski masks on will pick you up. A few hour hooded ride and we'll be producing proper jams.
Fucking perfect. I hate the city. Like...I live in the rural suburbs outside a small-ish city near the Uni I work for (well, one of them...the one that pays better...) even that is too urban for me, really...

pretty much all I want is a grocery store with good produce, a decent dive bar, a liquor store and reasonable internet access.

Anyway. Big up dude. I'm stoked for you. I was so excited when we ditched the guest bed and I was allowed more space. I'm loving the windows though and space in your place though...my thinking gets compressed in small spaces...weird, I know...but I like tall ceilings, square footage and big windows for thinking! :Q: :h: :U:
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Post by Samuel_L_Damnson » Sun Feb 08, 2015 8:33 pm

I deffo agree, bigger areas feel better to work in!
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Re: the classic "take a photo of your setup" thread

Post by nowaysj » Mon Feb 09, 2015 6:43 am

Aufnahmewindwuschel wrote:looks nice ♥

maybe i post my new studio too :corndance:

haha def not its juts a dirty keyboard with god knows what those dirty spots are
I've seen your studio. I'd like to see more of it, though. Looked like that raaaal shit.
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Re: the classic "take a photo of your setup" thread

Post by nowaysj » Mon Feb 09, 2015 6:54 am

hubb wrote:we have the same midi board btw... can it actually do anything cool .. I never really tried it out?
We talking mpk49?

Meh...

Pads are useless. Knobs and faders are pretty cool. Cool having banks of knobs.

Keys are strange. They are kind of stiff. I can't say that I like them, but I'm no keyboardist... I bash on them, and it is all good, though.

Note repeat is dope, for those mpc tricks.

Arp is cool. Like the note repeat, just got to get your daw and mpk to talk to each other.

I haven't really committed to assigning all the knobs and what not while working on tracks, usually a knob or two, a fader here and there. I don't like assignable shit. I like dedicated shit.

Just picked up a BCR2000 to use as a dedicated soft synth controller, with hard mappings and 1:1 functions. Will make graphical overlays, have osc sections, filter sections, envelope and lfo sections, amp sections. HARD - so you can really start to learn it and play it with your body/unconscious mind. I like some vst synths, just want a hard connection to them.
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