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    Default Basic Home Studio Setup

    Sup guys, I'll make it short and quick.

    I'm looking to get a decent home studio under a grand. A sequencer, audio interface, a mic, and a MIDI keyboard. Just enough to get me going with music production.

    I've toyed around with FL Studio off an on for a couple months now and honestly, I don't like it. Plus I would like something a bit more professional standard, such as Cubase.

    Basically my question is, what would be the best combination or package that I can purchase that will give a good start? Like I stated earlier, I would like a sequencer, preferably Cubase, an audio interface, a mic, and a decent MIDI keyboard.

    I've tried to read guides and such but quite frankly, they never get down to the bottom of my questions and I would like read a producer's stand point.

    Thank you, greatly appreciated.
    Last edited by Danny D.; 02-08-2008 at 5:45 AM.

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    Default Re: Basic Home Studio Setup

    Have you read Tweaks guide?

    Tweak's Guide to the Home and Project Studio

    If not I seriously suggest that you do.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PHAT-DUB View Post
    Have you read Tweaks guide?

    Tweak's Guide to the Home and Project Studio

    If not I seriously suggest that you do.
    Haha. Thread's kinda old, I figured out what I want to get lol! Thanks anyway.

    But yes, I read through the guide and to be honest, I didn't help me much. I don't know, I learn better when I ask people for their opinions, and then formulate my own.

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    What did you end up going for?

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    Reason 4, M-Audio KeyRig 49 USB MIDI Controller.

    The KeyRig comes with Ableton Live Lite I believe.

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    FOR A 1000 BUDGET.... A .AXIOM CONTROLLER 25 KEY $180 ... REASON 4 $ 239 . ...DIGIDESIGN PRO TOOLS MBOX 2 MINI BUNDLE COMES WITH MONITORS AND CABLES CONDENSER MIC AND STAND $ 400 ....ALESIS 3630 COMPRESOR , SOLID WORKHORSE FOR THE VOCALS AND STUDIO $ 100 .....THATS A STUDIO RIGHT THERE .... AS LONG YOU GOT A COMPUTER..... honestly if you know how to mix then you know about frequencies and that means that youre gear comes second before knowledge....this is a good beginer rig that will get you set for work in the big studios ...if thats what youre trying to do ......being that its pro tools dominated ...you can take your pro tools session to any studio and load it right up .....


    all the prices are from g.c ......

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