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R-sin Tcm




PostSubject: Hardware/ Software    Sun Dec 05, 2010 11:56 pm

-I'm just wondering what Hardware/ software everybody using?
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I'll start the topic off by saying, Ive went from an all hardware studio setup to using mostly software.
My old setup included:
-Roland vs-840 digital multitrack
-Alesis studio 24 studio mixer
-Alesis M1 active studio monitors
-Many other drum machines and keyboards (a whole lot of midi and audio cables)

I now prefer using:
-Reason 5.0 (whole setup on 1 screen. a lot easier to manage)
-Currently sitting on 412+ refills and a huge wav sample library.
(Always looking for more sounds. I'm a sound junky mos def)
-Audacity for vocals (long time supporter of open source software)

UNETHICAL TACTICS:
-All My solo tracks are produced inside Reason and self contained. Makes storage etc more organized keeping things together.
-vocals are imported or re-sampled into Reason (either in a Redrum or NN-XT sampler) after being recorded and fine tuned (chopped etc) in Audacity.

I've used other software such as Fl Studio and Acid Pro which I've since stopped using. I know a lot of people will argue my methods of doing things but it works for me and thats what matters. Its all about preference and getting your ideas down as easily as possible without having to navigate around a huge or jumbled work space.
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PostSubject: Re: Hardware/ Software    Mon Dec 06, 2010 7:34 pm

I'm still with Reason 4, Acid Pro Studio, Soundforge 10, 23 gigs of Refills, and 8 gigs of samples. I'm interested in checking out some new software though.

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Russ Tafari
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R-sin Tcm




PostSubject: Re: Hardware/ Software    Tue Dec 21, 2010 7:48 pm

My current library list of software includes.

1.Sony Sound Forge Pro 10 +Noise Reduction 2.0
2.Presonus Studio One Pro v1.5.2
3.Sony Acid Pro 6
4.Audacity
5.WavePad Master Edition
6.FL Studio 7XXL Producer Edition
7.FL Studio 9XXL Producer Edition +Signature Plugins
8.Propellerhead Reason 3.0 (with refill packer)
9.Propellerhead Reason 4.0 (with refill packer)
10.Propellerhead Reason 5.0 (with refill packer)
-416 refills total
11.Propellerhead Recycle 2.1
12.Propellerhead Reload 1.0
13.Reaper v.3.651
14.Ableton Live Suite 8
15.GuitarRig 4.0.7
16.Adobe Audition 3
17.Magix samplitude v.11
18.Cakewalk Sonar Producer Edition 8.0.2.319

Always looking for more. Thought about pro-tools but i dont like any software that is hardware dependent.
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PostSubject: Re: Hardware/ Software    Fri Sep 02, 2011 6:18 am

Right now I'm using Cool Edit Pro 2.1, FL Studio 9 XXL Producer Edition, a headset mic, and various instruments(whatever I can play that makes noise).
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