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Finally got my Rokits set up.

Discussion in 'Recording' started by BushmasterM4, Apr 27, 2009.

  1. BushmasterM4

    BushmasterM4 Active Member

    I finally got my new monitors set up. I need a new desk at some point, my Z-Rack w/t wood and end tables from a yard sale, are not big enough. Plus I need something that looks better. But this works for now. Now I have to learn them.

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  2. rockstardave

    rockstardave Active Member

    looks hot! i love the onyx. but... a driverack?? really? in the studio?

    which rokits are the new set? i would have picked a different brand for a 2nd set. looks great though.

    what kind of building is this in?
     
  3. BushmasterM4

    BushmasterM4 Active Member

    I have a 30 x 64 building behind my house. Both sets of Rokits are new. I have a PA in the live room that I pipe vocals over, and the Driverack PA tames the feedback and offers compression and room eq. Works very well and gives the PA a nice sound. I have individual headphone feeds, but some dont like to use them. So having the PA lets me pipe vocals to the room, for those that need to play to them.
     
  4. MC3DPCS

    MC3DPCS Active Member

    Nice looking studio. I got started building a new desk last fall and have been so busy that I haven't finished it yet. I made it out of plywood with dimensional lumber struts and braces. It has a few rack spaces on the top sides and some underneath the desktop. The working position is a large one person size with plenty of leg room. I need to get back to work on it.
     
  5. BushmasterM4

    BushmasterM4 Active Member

    At some point Id like to get rid of the seperate pieces and have just one huge desk. But for now it works. But then, gear changes and I may be using another interface and or other equipment in a few years.
     

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