Pictures of your setup


#406

The Grandkids stopped over the weekend.


#407

man, I almost never think of any of us in that range. GF means Good Fight. For you, it means Grandfather. Congrats, bud.

EDIT - I have to add, I imagine your studio being an awesome place for them, just to mess around with or without general knowledge. I have some experience with that, which was amazing but not in this possible regard.


#408






Finally got some soundproofing :slight_smile:


#409

lol


#410

nice beheaded mannequin display


#411

Made any wicked beats with that ceiling fan yet? :crazy_face:


#412

sometimes I play the fan with a stick of string cheese
very unique timbres going on there


#413

My curren kitchen table, computerless setup…


#414

looks like a fun and capable setup


#415

It is both of those. Despite the differing manufacturers the sequencers are quite similar so they play very well together.


#416

Is this what you’re intending on using for your gig?

Or more just feeling it out at the moment?


#417

That, a DJ mixer and two CDJs.


#418

Still pretty current I think. Guitars come and go the most often.


#419

Looks good but I’m unsure about the dildo on your computer keyboard.


#420

Just added a little touch screen originally for raspberry pi projects to my setup, just plug it in and it works on a PC, don’t have to download anything. It was crazy cheap, and I feel like it’ll help me map things a little quicker or just make some plugins more intuitive and fun to use. Granular and software modular synths are really fun with this.


#421

Anyway you could drop a link to where you got that screen? I’ve been thinking about getting one for my laptop so I can keep the mixer from my DAW there. Great idea for your studio btw.


#422

Thanks, yeah I’m really happy with it!


#423

Oh dude, that is hella cheap. Defo going to snag one in the coming weeks.


#424

nice, yeah I couldn’t recommend it enough because of the price point


#425

this has me thinking… making plans…

looks great!