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Going to be setting up a new home studio....

Discussion in 'Recording' started by N2004, May 12, 2008.

  1. N2004

    N2004 Guest

    I just kind of wanted to get some information and opions of the equitment i want to buy. First i want to get the M-Audio ProjectMix I/O. and then i want to get the M-Audio Octane 8-Channel Mic Preamp then a MIDI controller and last but not least the pro tools m powered 7.4. Now is this the right kind of set up to record drums guitar bass etc?
  2. malamikigo

    malamikigo Active Member

    sounds to me like you'll need some microphones.
  3. Codemonkey

    Codemonkey Well-Known Member

    And cables for your new Shure SM57 or maybe a Rode NT-1 which has been mentioned a lot for guitars recently.
    And a cable to run from your Bass DI box.
    Also some stands for your overheads for the drum kit.
  4. EricUndead

    EricUndead Guest

    Monitors and acoustic treatment can help it sound better, or so I've heard.
  5. Codemonkey

    Codemonkey Well-Known Member

    TBH I think he also needs a guitar to record :D
  6. N2004

    N2004 Guest

    Thanks for all the help i already have all the over head mics but for my drums i use 2 triggers for my bass and snare and the rest of the set all has mics. How would i hook up my roalnd TD-6v to all of this????
  7. Codemonkey

    Codemonkey Well-Known Member

    OK, I guess we can drop the sarcastic overtones now and get down to good ole fashioned helping people. Or was it just me being sarky?

    I know nothing about the Roland gear though.
  8. MadMax

    MadMax Well-Known Member

    It was pretty much just you monkeyboy... :twisted:

    Uh huh...

    NOW you goobers know how YOU sounded when you first started out... doncha'?

    And we used to get all kinds of grief from the young bucks for being a bit gruff... now the young bucks are doing it too....

    My how time flies....

    OK, about yer' triggers... They're just another line level signal coming in from the Roland.
  9. EricUndead

    EricUndead Guest

    Im pretty sure you could also use Midi with the TD-6. This way you could experiment with the samples.

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