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Discussion in 'Recording In Progress' started by 4pickupguy, Jul 14, 2018.
you've all seen this before
beautiful!, did you build the studio your self?
I have one that’s exceptionally cluttered...
Ha ha ! Me and Neve.
It was a friends. Neve Capricorn if memory serves.
I cut my teeth on a full sized 64 in Neve console at waterstreet sond in Vancouver with the Necam linked to the 48 in neve console in studio B ,
I didnt know if that was your home studio or not , You and Rupert Neve did a fine Job!
I have friend here in Kamloops that is building a basement studio reminecscent of what you've shown here using the complete Behringer X32 system with 2 X32 units , 1 board decked out with dante and the 32 chanel rack mount for 64 ins and all of the stage boxes , hes a programmer engineer so hes building a lot of his own toys like me
My friend sells/designs/installs Harmon Professional stuff. Mostly stadiums, churches, large venues. What they throw away doing a renovation would make people cry. Super guy ! And he was the bass player in high school of all things
I really like your idea about the Amp rack I was thinking a similar thing for my full sized amps a floor to ceiling thing to house my 11 amps they take up too much of a foot print right now so I was going to build a shelf unit for my 4X12 cab , Fender twin , Marshall JCM 800 4102 combo , G&K , Sunn sonaro & cab etc , of course i would keep the big amps lower down and the boutique stuff on the upperpotions , your pic gives me inspiration to to it thank you!
I saw "studio desk" and hoped to see stuff like this.
you mean stuff like this? Im gassing for this pup!
Yes please. I already have the other kind of desk. It's old and made of wood.
this is the Midas M32 , totally digital 40 in console , it is the real archotachure of the Behringer X32 , all the same cards work in both units and at 5500.00 is really affordable ,I cant wait till I win the lottery !
Oh yeah the snaking is an RJ45 Cat 6 cable ,How cool is that!
I've heard of the Midas and the X32, but never checked them out. I've heard good things, but way out of my league and need level. I'd love to get a nice smaller 70s console and I'd be happy. Just some nice sounding pres, and enough to handle an 8 track tape machine if I ever have the money, time, and patience for tape again.
sitting in my studio in storage at the moment i have a studio master 16X4X2X4 that I had in my studio in richmond I sold it to band in Vancouver and some how it ended up here in Kamloops ( i traded an older 21" mac monitor for it) it worked great with my Tascam 80-8 and my Teac 3440 RTR 's with 8 chanels of DBX
What I have is one of these:
on top of 3 units comprised of 2 each of these mounted foot to foot:
Those have rack rails mounted in the fronts.
I have a shelf over the whole thing that's just a melamine shelf with legs on it.
That's one lg of a U. The bottom of the U is an Ikea table waiting for me to complete a project I call 'Liberace'. A custom enclosure for 1 88-key and 2 61-key MIDI controllers with 3 Yamaha Refaces across the top and 6 Roland Boutiques mounted in the sides. It's currently at the point where I'm routing hte inserts that hold the Boutiques.
Last leg of the U is a table with my ARP 2600 on top and sheet music below and an old USS A-frame with the rest of the keyboards.
isnt that a lot of chanels just to record a kazoo solo? Very nice!
Gen 1, Neve 8024:
Gen 2, Neve 8058:
Gen 3,End of a long day, slurping down in my chair in my suite, SSL 4040E/G:
Gen4, Neve Libra II:
Gen5, Yamaha DM2000 console and Argosy desk that I currently work with in my suite. In the DAW world we don't use large desks, but I miss my knobs:
There are others such as this Calrec Artimis broadcast board in another room:
If a kazoo solo is good enough for McCartney playing on a Ringo cover of a Johnny Burnette song, it's good enough for me.
Mostly, I don't want to patch every time I record a track.
very nice board!
the gen 2 neve 8058 is the one I learned on with the necam 64 chanel lots a knobs and automation