My Studio is small but powerful. At the heart of everything is my Yamaha O3D Mixer. Although it is an older mixer, it was one of the best mixer in its time. Full-featured, fully automated, and fully compatible, it’s the Yamaha 03D Digital Mixing Console with 26-Inputs and 18-Outputs of Highly Flexible Digital I/O.
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I have two sets of speakers to listen through. My main speakers are JBL LSR308 Powered Speakers. These give some amazing sound to make sure my mixes sounds great.
My secondary speakers are Alesis point speakers. They have less bottom end but still let me hear a wide range of frequencies.
I am a big fan of Cakewalk Sonar software for recording and mixing.
What is SONAR?
SONAR is more than just a digital audio workstation – it’s the most advanced music production environment available today. Choose the creative experience only SONAR offers: advanced technology, effortless workflow, and an inviting interface that amplifies inspiration. Capture pristine recordings in the award-winning, touch-enabled Skylight User Interface—then take advantage of the comprehensive editing, mixing, mastering, and publishing tools to craft your masterpiece.
I have this running on a computer with i7 processor and a Focusrite 6i6 I/O device.
I have 4 electric guitars including:
2004 Gibson Les Paul Standard Traditional Pro more info
1998 Fender American Deluxe Stratocaster Sunburst (modified) Fender
DBX Diamond Imperial AB Wine Red seen here
As well as a Mann SG(Gibson SG Japanese knock-off from the 70’s) seen here
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A Taylor GS Mini seen here
Jackson 5 String Bass seen here