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Vol. 24, No. 4: December-January 2019
inspiration / Motivation
Recording Tips / Methods
Songwriting / Composition
The Power To Release
The Rediscovered (Archive)
In Review (Archive)
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Glossary of Terms
Home Studio Registry: Davis Hammond
Recording knowledge level
MIDI knowledge level
Commonly work (with)
More than 100
Several demos for local bands and single artists. Possibly some soundtrack work.
92 PRS Custom, Charvel strat copy, American Tele, American Std. Strat, Dean Jazz Guitar, Takamine Santa Fe, Ovation and Fender Basses
Roland D5 Korg Trinity
Emu ESI-4000 Sampler
Roland TD7 Kit and Boss DR660 drum Machine
Roland GR-16, Digitech MEQ, Digitech Studio Vocalist, DBX 566 Mic pre, Focusrite Mic Pre, DBX 266 Compressor, POD 2.0 and Bass POD, Pod Pro, Midiverb2 and various and sundry stomp boxes.
CAD E-200, Octava 319, Octava 012, octava tube and ribbon mics, AKG D12, AT 4033, Rode NT1, Sennheiser me40 and E603, Sure sm57, Peavey and CAD dynamics.
Panasonic Ramsa WR DA7 Digital
Tascam TSR8, Phillips Cassete Deck
Alesis Ra100 amp, Hafler amp, Event 20/20 monitors, Mackie 2802 Monitors Yamaha and Sony headphones
Home made PIII 1Ghz, 512meg Ram, 100 GB hard drives, CDR, Mark of the Unicorn 2408 interface. PIII 650, 128 ram 60GB hard drive
Steinberg Cubase sx, Wavelab 4.0, Soundforge 5.0, Plugins By Waves, Sonic Foundry, Spectral Designs, Antares, and others.UAd1 audio card
MOTU Midi Express Tascam Patchbays, Line 6 AX2, Marshall Valvestate, Peavy Classic 50 and Renown Guitar Amps. Fender Cyber Twin. Laney Linebacker 50. Tube Works Head.
This Studio thing is Getting out of hand but I can't quit now. I'd like to talk to people about marketing Ideas and get a better understanding about the business side of doing things.