Recording drums here: two overheads, kick and snare. one of the Yamaha unit's XLRs died in the chip stage so I'm using that behringer mixer on the right for the overheads, and the ART preamp is for my kick. Recording guitars or vox I just use the Yamaha.
which one of you bastards sent me an ebay question asking if you can get teh kurdtz with that 64 mustang?
fran & paul are some of the original gangstas of the JS days when you'd have to say "phuck"
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2nd day - i woke up at like 8-9am puking after spending the night downing whiskey, beer, and french fries. i forgot they were coming over and i was like OH FUCKKKK. amazingly, it was extremely productive and we got three final drum tracks down. YES!
Haze, do you still have the Mustang with Jag trem? I didn't see it your pics of the studio. _________________ J Mascis Jazzmaster | Baja Telecaster
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I ghetto-partitioned a part of my garage with plywood, old office cubicle dividers and shelving to make myself a wee studio. Works pretty well, except that it gets uncomfortably warm (high 80s) in there this time of year during the day. Can't really keep guitars and mics in there unattended because of the heat, unfortunately.
The drum set is a friend's. We haven't really recorded much with it because it's a shit kit and the room is still a garage. Its recording capacity is limited because of that. The few tracks we did try came out decent enough.
I like Mackie stuff. I use the Blackbird and two MR8 MkII monitors. Good shit!
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