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Re: Let's see you RECORD THINGS

PostPosted: Tue Nov 12, 2013 3:18 am
by The4455
And, recording drums in a vocal isolation booth!

Tascam something or other 16 channel interface, 8 xlr.

Kick: Shure Beta 52
Snare Top: Audix D3
Snare Bottom: Shure Sm57
Overhead Left: Audio Technica Pro 37
Overhead Right: Audio Technica Pro 37
Floor Mic: Shure Sm-57 (put the mic on the floor under the drum throne pointing towards the kick)
Bass: Direct into the interface

The interface went on the ground as you can see, the computer went behind the drum throne on the ground, I went ts in through a panel and then into the interface. We used a y-cable to go ts out of the iso booth through the panel, out to my headphones. I'm still editing and mixing, but dry everything sounds really good. The deadness of the room mixed with the ambience of he overhead mics has a really nice sound.

Re: Let's see you RECORD THINGS

PostPosted: Fri Nov 15, 2013 2:58 pm
by Noise Supply
This is from quite a few years ago. We were just recording some instrumental demos over a couple nights, which we used to shop around to potential vocalists (not final songs) - not the most advanced recording session, but definitely the most fun one I've been a part of.

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Re: Let's see you RECORD THINGS

PostPosted: Fri Nov 22, 2013 11:55 pm
by sonidero
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Studio Choice of Champions... :!!!:

Re: Let's see you RECORD THINGS

PostPosted: Tue Nov 26, 2013 12:01 am
by skullservant
Recorded guitars and bass for a new cassette I'll be putting out this past weekend:

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That picture was taken while recording guitars. Kick mic was used for the main tracking, and the 60's vocal mic was used for secondary tracking and provided a more ambient type of recording, especially on bass when I had the mic stand about 2 feet away from the cab

Re: Let's see you RECORD THINGS

PostPosted: Sun Dec 01, 2013 12:58 pm
by Pop
Uncle Grandfather wrote:Here's where it all began for me. This tascam 424 mkI I bought in 94ish. Still use it for small projects or for capturing ideas when i'm not at the studio. That's also an alesis sr-16 drum machine i bought around the same time. still get alot of use out it running it through my oto biscuit.

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YYYEEESSSSSSSSS.

I was just recording some acoustic guitars on my 424 mkII the other night and it's the best sound of anything I've ever recorded ever.

Re: Let's see you RECORD THINGS

PostPosted: Fri Dec 13, 2013 4:33 pm
by Vuvuzela
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for more pictures you can follow the link in my sig below.
but this is where I work! :)

Re: Let's see you RECORD THINGS

PostPosted: Sun Dec 15, 2013 8:04 pm
by fiddelerselbow
delaydecay wrote:Ive always known gearspammer was an ILF'er.

Welcome.


:lol:

Keeping guitars in climate controlled rooms don't sound very ILF to me though.

Re: Let's see you RECORD THINGS

PostPosted: Thu Dec 19, 2013 9:02 pm
by spacelordmother
BitchPudding wrote:Cool pics. Elesh Norn like the Magic the Gathering card right? :joy:


theavondon wrote:Yuuuup.


I hate to only post this in this thread, but my first band was called "The Erg Raiders." :lol:

I'm moving in a week and promise to post pics of my reorganized setup once I get it figured to atone for my sin...

Re: Let's see you RECORD THINGS

PostPosted: Sat Jan 25, 2014 7:16 pm
by darthbatman
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i use this thing for everything

Re: Let's see you RECORD THINGS

PostPosted: Sat Jan 25, 2014 7:35 pm
by Hyphen Nation
This is from last weekend…right before my computer crashed and I lost a bunch of work. Questionable mic placement but for what ever reason, it sounded really good right there...

Re: Let's see you RECORD THINGS

PostPosted: Thu Jan 30, 2014 10:22 pm
by skullservant
Recording the Industrialectric tourbox demos.
Kick drum mic and 60's vocal mic. Blended together are pure bliss. Run into the mixer as a pre (for now)
I'd like to get a stereo mic pre though.

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Re: Let's see you RECORD THINGS

PostPosted: Tue Feb 11, 2014 6:04 pm
by friendship
Pop wrote:
Uncle Grandfather wrote:Here's where it all began for me. This tascam 424 mkI I bought in 94ish. Still use it for small projects or for capturing ideas when i'm not at the studio. That's also an alesis sr-16 drum machine i bought around the same time. still get alot of use out it running it through my oto biscuit.

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YYYEEESSSSSSSSS.

I was just recording some acoustic guitars on my 424 mkII the other night and it's the best sound of anything I've ever recorded ever.


Man I miss the shit out of my 424 MKII. It was my first recording medium and I stupidly lent it to a friend and never saw it again.

:facepalm: :cry:

Re: Let's see you RECORD THINGS

PostPosted: Mon Feb 17, 2014 8:39 pm
by spacelordmother
As promised, here's my happy place:

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and this is what my guitar sounded like last night:


Re: Let's see you RECORD THINGS

PostPosted: Tue Feb 18, 2014 12:23 am
by Helter
Hyphen Nation wrote:This is from last weekend…right before my computer crashed and I lost a bunch of work. Questionable mic placement but for what ever reason, it sounded really good right there...

smartwood bro! :hug:
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Re: Let's see you RECORD THINGS

PostPosted: Tue Feb 18, 2014 9:42 pm
by dazedbyday
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Just rewired one of the racks at the studio. The top used compressors.