Recommended Gear???

Discussion in 'Production' started by JAGZ, May 29, 2007.

  1. JAGZ

    JAGZ Well-Known Member

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    i dont normally ask people for help on things but as im making tunes that will all in all go on here id like a lil help if pos....

    im basically lookin for recommended Midi Controllers and Monitor Speakers, obviously want them cheap as pos but not comprimisin on quailty if pos.

    if u aint accualty got wot u recommed then theres no point e.g. i have ......... n its ....... get the drift :) thanks

    hopefully here frm sum1 soon
    peace

    drum.and.bass.till.i.die.

    p.s. wobalz - cant chat shit - find it on New Tracks forum safe.
     
  2. codeine

    codeine New Member

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    ive had the old tannoy reveal actives for a long time with a huge dynaudio sub underneath, they've worked well for me. i recommend getting a sub because without it you won't hear whats going on in your mix. midi contoller - all the novation stuff is good, the more pads/buttons the better. don't bother with the edirol pcr-1, its cheap and very small and convenient so its good for travelling around, but also a bit shit for serious use.
     
  3. kama

    kama benkama.net

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    I've done pretty well with alesis m1 mkII active monitors. They're not the best there are but they have served poor me well enough. I've been thinking of getting a sub also but haven't had the €€. I've checked my mix's low ends with a couple of old huge hifi speakers.
     
  4. Fes Rock

    Fes Rock Nothing..........

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    U WOT M8?
    as for monitors...ADAM
     
  5. JAGZ

    JAGZ Well-Known Member

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    cheers boys
     
  6. johnd

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    You dont really need any high tec gear for todays D&B

    You could write some wiked toonz on some software great software thats available on the net.

    Example: Samples & sequencing software, mod trackers and so on

    Great to get you started :)