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post 16. Aug 2011, 03:01
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QUOTE (birmingham @ 15. Aug 2011, 21:46) *
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i like setups without 3 monitors and a laptop scattered all over, i dont need to facebook while i mix.


The laptop is mainly for Serato. The other 2 monitors are for Ableton Live sessions. Everything can be relocated or extended (cable-wise) quite easily. I also duo with someone hence the wide use of surface area.

I constantly change my setup to try to be more efficient so the layout will most certainly change again after awhile.

cheers mate biggrin.gif

totally respect that and think its good. just bugs me too have your head outside the music when its supposed to be in the mix.


Of course. I also agree with you 100%. I guess having torrentech site on the lap top in the pic might give an inaccurate display of how a session might look. I actually try to turn everything 'social' off when I mix. I got that advice from a Dubspot Blog that was very informative. I'll post it. Its not the 'end-all' of what to do, but it has some interesting suggestings. I think its #9 on the list was what we are talking about.

http://blog.dubspot.com/10-tips-to-fight-w...o-productivity/
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post 17. Aug 2011, 00:30
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QUOTE (Recon @ 15. Aug 2011, 19:01) *
QUOTE (birmingham @ 15. Aug 2011, 21:46) *
QUOTE (Recon @ 14. Aug 2011, 21:04) *
QUOTE (birmingham @ 14. Aug 2011, 19:41) *
i like setups without 3 monitors and a laptop scattered all over, i dont need to facebook while i mix.


The laptop is mainly for Serato. The other 2 monitors are for Ableton Live sessions. Everything can be relocated or extended (cable-wise) quite easily. I also duo with someone hence the wide use of surface area.

I constantly change my setup to try to be more efficient so the layout will most certainly change again after awhile.

cheers mate biggrin.gif

totally respect that and think its good. just bugs me too have your head outside the music when its supposed to be in the mix.


Of course. I also agree with you 100%. I guess having torrentech site on the lap top in the pic might give an inaccurate display of how a session might look. I actually try to turn everything 'social' off when I mix. I got that advice from a Dubspot Blog that was very informative. I'll post it. Its not the 'end-all' of what to do, but it has some interesting suggestings. I think its #9 on the list was what we are talking about.

http://blog.dubspot.com/10-tips-to-fight-w...o-productivity/


recon thanks so much for this link! totally digging the info there, dubspot continues to be my favorite production resource. I used to sit and text while i mixed and it was a mistake, now i find i am making better mixes and getting to a new level of creativity when i am completely focused, not to say i dont have a drink handy when i mix biggrin.gif
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post 11. Sep 2011, 22:17
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My dex


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post 15. Sep 2011, 02:47
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jayzn, that pic was so neat, stylish and clean I need to compensate for that:



Main bits:
2x Vestax PDX 2000 w/ Shure M44G
Denon DN-S1000
Numark 5000FX
Waldorf Microwave XT
E-MU XL-7 (with 16MB flash ROM)
Alesis Microverb III
Mackie 1202VLZ
PC i7 920 / 6GB DDR3 / GTX 285 / M-Audio Delta 1010
Vincent SV-226MK amplifier
Canton RC-K speakers
Nubert AW-90 active sub
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post 15. Sep 2011, 04:12
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nice gear! you need a kitteh on your chair tho!
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post 21. Sep 2011, 23:44
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QUOTE (birmingham @ 16. Aug 2011, 18:30) *
QUOTE (Recon @ 15. Aug 2011, 19:01) *
QUOTE (birmingham @ 15. Aug 2011, 21:46) *
QUOTE (Recon @ 14. Aug 2011, 21:04) *
QUOTE (birmingham @ 14. Aug 2011, 19:41) *
i like setups without 3 monitors and a laptop scattered all over, i dont need to facebook while i mix.


The laptop is mainly for Serato. The other 2 monitors are for Ableton Live sessions. Everything can be relocated or extended (cable-wise) quite easily. I also duo with someone hence the wide use of surface area.

I constantly change my setup to try to be more efficient so the layout will most certainly change again after awhile.

cheers mate biggrin.gif

totally respect that and think its good. just bugs me too have your head outside the music when its supposed to be in the mix.


Of course. I also agree with you 100%. I guess having torrentech site on the lap top in the pic might give an inaccurate display of how a session might look. I actually try to turn everything 'social' off when I mix. I got that advice from a Dubspot Blog that was very informative. I'll post it. Its not the 'end-all' of what to do, but it has some interesting suggestings. I think its #9 on the list was what we are talking about.

http://blog.dubspot.com/10-tips-to-fight-w...o-productivity/


recon thanks so much for this link! totally digging the info there, dubspot continues to be my favorite production resource. I used to sit and text while i mixed and it was a mistake, now i find i am making better mixes and getting to a new level of creativity when i am completely focused, not to say i dont have a drink handy when i mix biggrin.gif


Oh hey, no problem mate! I think its a great source for knowledge as well. Great site.

here are some others...

dubspot blog

wire

shadetek

mikemonday


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post 09. Oct 2011, 04:38
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Here's my setup ...

Finally came together when i purchased the Behringer speakers about 2 months ago ...




2 x technics mk2
1 x Vestax VCM004XLu
Traktor Scratch with Audio 8
M-Audio Firewire
Cambridge Audio pre-amp
Macbook pro 15"
etc ...

To those who say "i have no money" or "im a student i cant afford that" ... i mean, do you think everything was acquired in one go ?

Im pretty sure it takes years for everybody to gear up to a somewhat likeable set up and then its all upgrades, little by little. I started in 2002 with one laptop, traktor dj da first and a pair of crappy headphones, mixing on the laptop keyboard. So its basically 9 years to get there and mostly because i had to work first and save up and also be really sure about what i want/need.

So, chillax ... wink.gif ...
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post 18. Oct 2011, 15:36
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This is how poor folks have their studios setup. =]

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post 16. Nov 2011, 05:46
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QUOTE (derized @ 18. Oct 2011, 15:36) *
This is how poor folks have their studios setup. =]


Awesome! what are the pictures on the desk leg miley cyrus collectable cards?
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post 23. Dec 2011, 16:08
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QUOTE (Recon @ 13. Aug 2011, 01:21) *
Here is my home studio. It consists of:

x2 Technics SL-1200 MK5
x2 KRK Rokit 8's (2nd gen)
M-Audio Trigger Finger
Akai APC-40 (with Ableton Live Suite 8)
Creative Professional E-MU 1616 Soundcard with MicroDock
Serato Scratch Live SL3
x2 Novation Dicers
Allen & Heath Xone:92-R Mixer
Alienware Laptop (i7)
Custom PC - QuadCore with Win7Pro (8GB RAM - 1.5TB HDD INT. - 3TB HDD EXT. - 2GB Radeon ATI HD6950 GFX)
x2 24" Monitors (1920x1200)
Yamaha Midi Keyboard
Technics RP-DH1200 Monitor Headphones
Native Instruments Komplete 6 and a vast list of VST plugins (Izotopes, Reason, Sound Forge, Melodyne... many others)
Airwick Freshmatic! mmm... smells pretty...


Nice setup man. Love that rotary ah mixer wink.gif
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post 23. Dec 2011, 16:25
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QUOTE (kysiad @ 23. Dec 2011, 10:08) *
QUOTE (Recon @ 13. Aug 2011, 01:21) *
Here is my home studio. It consists of:

x2 Technics SL-1200 MK5
x2 KRK Rokit 8's (2nd gen)
M-Audio Trigger Finger
Akai APC-40 (with Ableton Live Suite 8)
Creative Professional E-MU 1616 Soundcard with MicroDock
Serato Scratch Live SL3
x2 Novation Dicers
Allen & Heath Xone:92-R Mixer
Alienware Laptop (i7)
Custom PC - QuadCore with Win7Pro (8GB RAM - 1.5TB HDD INT. - 3TB HDD EXT. - 2GB Radeon ATI HD6950 GFX)
x2 24" Monitors (1920x1200)
Yamaha Midi Keyboard
Technics RP-DH1200 Monitor Headphones
Native Instruments Komplete 6 and a vast list of VST plugins (Izotopes, Reason, Sound Forge, Melodyne... many others)
Airwick Freshmatic! mmm... smells pretty...


Nice setup man. Love that rotary ah mixer wink.gif


Cheers!

If I had to choose 1 favorite piece of gear that I couldn't live without -- I would have to pick either the AH Xone:92r or my KRK Rokit 8's ! smile.gif

Merry Christmas to ya, brother -- and everyone else @ tT smile.gif
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post 30. Dec 2011, 21:40
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My setup is an APC40 & APC20, MBP and Ableton. I've a ton of other shit but thats the lot for djing. Enjoying the setups keep em comin smile.gif





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post 11. Aug 2012, 17:37
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Really nice studios here... Beatzoo's is my favourite.

Here mine
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post 22. Aug 2012, 00:59
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QUOTE (thinker @ 23. Aug 2008, 00:20) *
dont have a pic of the current setup but its just a new macbook..

old powerbook: (poser pic hahahah)

old asus:


of course, I'm vaiting in vain for VCM-600, when I will get rid of the numark and evolution and just keep the korg and m-audio...

frank303: nice white krks!
kamikaze: nice slipmats!

and i dont mean to disrespect, but how can some of u guys mix while sitting down... idunno.. it just doesnt feel right...
cheers


loving the plastikman sticker!
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post 14. Nov 2012, 17:32
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my setup is simple...
Technic decks n Pioneer CDJs all run through a pioneer mixer, Technic amp and speaker system. all enclosed in a lockable booth to keep everyone out when mixing:-)

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post 15. Nov 2012, 16:06
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New setup...

Lovin the xone4D









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post 13. Jan 2013, 20:12
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It's not much, but it keeps me happy.

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post 03. Feb 2013, 23:32
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QUOTE (Cannabuzz @ 13. Jan 2013, 19:12) *
It's not much, but it keeps me happy.



similar setup also keeps me happy smile.gif

http://i.imgur.com/CLhD3BO.jpg




(sory about bad quality pic :S shitty phone camera)

p.s.how do i get image to show up ?
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post 13. Feb 2013, 04:00
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Update: Smaller Monitors and added a sub.



Yes, i'm aware that I have thousands of dollars of shit and still sit on a wooden fucking chair. I'm working on it.
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post 24. Feb 2013, 10:23
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QUOTE (Cannabuzz @ 13. Feb 2013, 04:00) *
Update: Smaller Monitors and added a sub.



Yes, i'm aware that I have thousands of dollars of shit and still sit on a wooden fucking chair. I'm working on it.


Priorities!! biggrin.gif

I never sit while mixing anyway...gotta get your groove on!
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Just getting into the game this past week. Stanton 150's and a Rane 57 mixer
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Used to have 1200 mkII but sold it, back when I was into painkillers. :/ I regret that but now I'm thinking of getting one of those fancy Stantons and a pair of Rokit 6, or maybe 8.

Right now I've got computer speakers and a reaaaaally loud home theatre sub, an oooooold Pioneer PL-200, Stanton M.207, Allen and Heath Xone 53s, and Pioneer CDJ 200 x2. Using Mixmo DJ Pro app for iPad, I can play three tracks at once. It's good for my. purposes, and I have a few bassbins and big speakers if there's going to be music. smile.gif
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QUOTE (Slankoe @ 02. Jun 2013, 22:30) *
Used to have 1200 mkII but sold it, back when I was into painkillers. :/ I regret that but now I'm thinking of getting one of those fancy Stantons and a pair of Rokit 6, or maybe 8.

Right now I've got computer speakers and a reaaaaally loud home theatre sub, an oooooold Pioneer PL-200, Stanton M.207, Allen and Heath Xone 53s, and Pioneer CDJ 200 x2. Using Mixmo DJ Pro app for iPad, I can play three tracks at once. It's good for my. purposes, and I have a few bassbins and big speakers if there's going to be music. smile.gif


Lookin good dude. I feel ya on the painkiller thing. I sold two 1200s, a Rane TTM57, some Ortofons, some M-Audio BX5s, and some nice headphones for $1500 back in 2009 when I was a heroin addict so I wouldn't lose my apartment. The whole setup cost me $3000 sleep.gif .. Anyways. 3 years off dope and here is my current studio setup!



Nothing too fancy, but it's all I need really.

Reason 5/Ableton 8
Komplete 8 and a bunch of VSTS

Yamaha HS80M monitors
Akai MPK61
Maschine MK2

Razer Black Widow Keyboard and Death Adder Mouse
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Heres mine in no particular order, its been a secret till now have been in the business for over 20 years smile.gif
1. Akai apc40
2.Traktor Kontrol S2
3.Traktor Kontrol F1
4.Korg Kaossilator Pro +
5.Akai MPK49
6.Focusrite Scarlett 2i4
7.Mackie MR6 Mk2's
8.Laptop for Big Wig audio production on the go
9. Main Computer Ableton Live.9,Traktor 2.6.8, Native Instruments Kontakt 5, LOTS OF VST'S Like Dubtron, dualism etc etc, Avid Sibelius. and Reaper smile.gif
10.Spector Legend 9 5 string bass solid mable from top to bottom digital ECM pick ups.



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