Home Studio Registry: Dennis Beck

Primary use Secondary use Recording knowledge level MIDI knowledge level
Other Jamming/Fun High Average
Commonly work (with) Completed songs/demos/jingles
Other musicians

Future plans/projects

Live recording service and post-production studio ► Make live demo CDs and get better gigs ► Live tracks for your studio project ► Live audio for your video project ► Bands, Songwriters, Church Programs and Stage Productions ► Indoors or Outdoors


Fender USA Telecaster, Epiphone Emporer II (lefty), Gibson EB-0 bass, Martin HD-28, Larrivee OM-03 (lefty), Guild JF-30-12, Carvin SC-90 (lefty), Electromuse lap steel, Fender P-Bass Special (lefty), Guild Starfire IV, Regal acoustic-electric resonator bass, Goldtone Maple Classic 250 banjo, Goldtone Cripple Creek banjo (lefty)


1963 Hammond A-100 Console, m-Audio Oxygen8 USB, E-MU X-Board49 USB

Sound modules

E-MU Proteus 1


Fruity Loops


Art Multiverb, Zoom RFX-1000, Alesis NanoCompressor/Limiter, Behringer MDX-2200 Compressor, Beheringer SNR-2000 Denoiser


(1) Shure SH-55 "Elvis", (2) Marshall MXL-2001 condenser with shock mounts and pop filters, (4) Marshall MXL-603s condensers with shock mounts, (2) Shure SM-57, (4) Samson R11


Phonic HELIX Board 18 Firewire, Tascam M-08, Behringer Eurorack UB802

Tape decks


Hard disk recorders

Philips 765 dual-deck


Crate SPA-200, Crate SPA-400, Peavey 388S, (2) Optimus 3-way 15" mains, Peavey 12M, (4) Sony CD180 headphones, Crate 5-Channel Headphone Amplifier


Dell C610 laptop, 1Ghz processor, 1GB RAM, 2x30 GB Internal HDD; (2) Sony External IEEE1394 CD-RW; (2) IBM 80GB External HDD

Music software

ProTools, Sony Sound Forge Studio 8.0, Sony Acid 6.0, Cakewalk Guitar Tracks Pro, Adobe Premiere 5 Audio/Video Suite, Finale Notepad

Additional equipment

Guitar amps: Tube Works 9100, Ampeg B2R, Fender CyberTwin, Crate BHX-220


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