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Offline chrisNova777

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« on: July 21, 2017, 06:47:38 AM »

nvesting money into quality hardware synths (and learning them inside out) is worth it’s weight in gold, it will give you the edge. It’s also worth investing your time in a decent sound and loop library. When it comes to getting your mix right, quality monitors are essential but you can also learn a lot about the mix by listening to it on as many systems as possible – in the car, a home hi-fi, headphones, club systems etc.


Apple 27” iMac, 3.4ghz quad-core Intel i7, 16gb RAM, 1tb Fusion Drive,
Apple 15” Retina Macbook Pro, 2.5ghz quad-core Intel i7, 16gb RAM, 1tb SSD
DSI Prophet ’08,
Moog Slim Phatty,
Waldorf Pulse 2,
Yamaha TX81Z,
Emagic AMT8,
Mackie HR824’s,
Sontronics STC-2,
Focusrite Saffire Pro 40,
Traktor S2.


Logic Pro X,
Ableton Live 9,
Native Instruments Massive,
Native Instruments Reaktor 5,
Native Instruments Battery 5,
Native Instruments Razor,
Native Instruments Guitar Rig,
Waves API & SSL,
Rob Papen SubBoomBass,
Rob Papen Predator,
Spectrsonics Trillian,
Spectrasonics Stylus RMX,
TAL Bassline 101,
Xfer Ctlhulu,
Ohmforce Ohmboyz,
QuikQuack Pitchwheel,
Valhaller DSP,
Elysia Mpressor,
Sugarbytes Turnado,
PSP Vintage Warmer.