Music Production Tips/Tricks/Bits of Kit

if you’ve got a deck and mixer on loan - and assuming you’ve got an amp & speakers - all you’d need is a way to record, and yep - a lil 2i2 into your laptop via audacity should do it. you could probably find a pal who has some sort of USB audio interface who’d loan that as well. seems like everyone has one, i just saw one a prosonus on craigslist for $45. cheap!

@elzorro’s suggestion about the studio is a good one - good to practice in different environments, with different gear. getting a lot of practice in at home will really sharpen up the skills, and it’s damn near free.

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Adam Audio T5V’s ordered along with the T10S sub. Looking forward to test this out in my wee wooden cabin.

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Not given them a proper workout yet, but impressed so far.

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I wish I’d got those. They are so good for the money.

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I’m very impressed with them. And what a difference with the sub.

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This looks pretty nice, bit scared I’d blow up my NS10’s like I did with my old Sherman FilterBank.

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Hmm. I had a Vermona Filter Lancet for a while. Could never really get anything useful out of it, just seemed to be constant self oscillating LFO madness. This sounds sort of similar :thinking::grimacing: