Show us pictures of your recording Rooms

Discussion in 'Recording Tips and Tricks' started by blackcoffeeblues, Nov 23, 2019.

  1. JohnJ

    JohnJ Indianapolis,Indiana

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    Yes the room is fairly good size. I have a walk out basement and this room is adjacent to the patio doors. The speakers are Alesis that I bought over 20 years ago.
     
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  2. PapaRaptor

    PapaRaptor The Central Scrutinizer
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    The closest I get to that is the Supermarket! :D
     
  3. PapaRaptor

    PapaRaptor The Central Scrutinizer
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    Man, that's a nice looking space... very conducive to learning and playing. I wish I had that much room! Of course, mine would still look more like junkyard than a music room.
     
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  4. blackcoffeeblues

    blackcoffeeblues Student Of The Blues

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    Have you been widow peeking in my house?----
     
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  5. JestMe

    JestMe Student Of The Blues

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    But the maid ain't been by in a while... quite a while! ;-)
     
  6. CaptainMoto

    CaptainMoto Blues Voyager

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    Paleo,
    I love it!
    That takes the wind out of most G.A.S. debates.
    You prove that it aint the equipment..........it's the player and you are a good one!
     
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  7. Paleo

    Paleo Where's the root?

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    I don't even know what G.A.S. stands for.:sneaky:

    And please, don't anybody tell me.:cautious:

    Thanks for the compliment.
     
  8. blackcoffeeblues

    blackcoffeeblues Student Of The Blues

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    I agree with Capn there you do damn good with the bare necessities.:thumbup:
     
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  9. dvs

    dvs Green Mountain Blues

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    Here is my home studio/office setup, fwiw.
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    Here's how it works on the road:
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  10. blackcoffeeblues

    blackcoffeeblues Student Of The Blues

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    blackcoffeeblues Student Of The Blues

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    As you can tell---I DON"T KNOW CRAP ABOUT POSTING PHOTOS--(I posted the same picture 3 times:whistle::whistle::whistle: ) The gray thing on the ladder is my Zoom R-24----The white one to the right is my new Zoom R-16. The 3 stack up to the right is: from Top Down -- "My Boogie band" 1992 Kawaii GB-2 session trainer (believe me I don't know how that thing has survived 27 years----(I made so much money with that thing doing my solo gigs--it is pitifull) you have heard it on "Dreams to remember" and Snake oil)
    Under it is my always faithful cassette recorder. ..Under that is my Marantz pro-CD recorder---(picked it up for $40 off some kid up the street)
    Hiding back in the corner is my 1981 Music Man---RD-100 on the left is my Nace and the Boss Kantana 50---(havn't got around to it yet)
    Picture is a little blurry. OH WELL-
     
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  12. jmin

    jmin San Francisco, CA

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    This can't be papa's ...not a single FPS in view!
     
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  13. CaptainMoto

    CaptainMoto Blues Voyager

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    Very nice use of space...nice room(y)
    I can relate to to you're on the road set up, we lived on a boat 6 months out of the year and you need to be creative with space(y)
     
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  14. CaptainMoto

    CaptainMoto Blues Voyager

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    Come on Dave!
    The way you've been setting this up is................you're music space was an old closet in the chicken coop:ROFLMAO:
    That's a pretty good room you've got there with everything you need and noth'n you don't(y)

    Before I convinced the wife that it was to her benefit for me to have a sound proof room, I was crammed into a spare bedroom with all the future that she had rejected.
     
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  15. Al Holloway

    Al Holloway Bristol UK

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    Not sure if that is a typo or really deep philosophy:eek:

    cheers

    Al.
     
  16. PapaBear

    PapaBear Guit Fiddlier

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    Sounds like a lyric to me
     
  17. blackcoffeeblues

    blackcoffeeblues Student Of The Blues

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    I think I need a computer in there---every body else has at least one (The one I am on now is MAMA's).; which brings me to a question---Do you have to have a server to use a computer for nothing but my recorder----it has an Audio interface:controller built into it?
     
  18. Many Moons

    Many Moons Biking+Blues=Bliss

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    Great to see everyones ManCaves.:) Although we should have made Moto post his pics last!! Impressive!! It's a bit like Ted Zeppelin starting something in the VJR, no one wants to follow in case they embarrass themselves!!:ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO: Some great use of space in these caves. (and some pretty large caves too):eek:

    Here's mine:- The two computers to the right are old ones I used for photography, and are now just dust magnets. Once I make my 'final' decision to officially retire, I'll do some serious rearranging, and maybe even do a 'Moto' on my picture framing room in the roof space. (if funds permit):) It's a basic setup. Guitar & Mic into Focusrite Clarett4PreUSB, then into my 10 yr old macPro where I use LogicProX.
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  19. CaptainMoto

    CaptainMoto Blues Voyager

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    Oooops!.............ha!
    Well, furniture and maybe my future to:ROFLMAO:
     
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  20. blackcoffeeblues

    blackcoffeeblues Student Of The Blues

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    I see your Strat build body laying there on the desk--but it ain't in the second picture---making us wait---remember you got till 7/28/2020. Later buddy.
     
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