October 21, 2005

Hard-Core Gear Porn Friday!!!

by Chris Randall
 



Okay, so no multi-image oak and velvet Room Of Doom this week. What we have here is a prime example of why Roger Arrick sleeps well at night. This Italian fellow (who's name I am blissfully unaware of) has obviously dropped just shy of ten grand at Synthesizers.com, for a system that nicely compliments his VCS3 and Doepfer synths. It's no Scot Solida Monstrosity, but this dude is no slouch, either.


But, wait...


What's that in the rack?


Argh! Another Mackie mixer! I just can't win, can I?

 
 
 

6 comments:

 
 

 
Oct.21.2005 @ 1:28 AM
tom vx
not to mention what looks like behringer patch bays... ick.

i'm with you- it makes no sense whatsoever...

 
 

 
Oct.21.2005 @ 6:12 AM
dm
the owners name is Enrico Cosimi. the photo comes from his italian dotcom synthesizer review.
 
 

 
Oct.21.2005 @ 10:52 AM
cacealian
The monitor is also very well-placed. The stack of books and CDs next to it is for just the right touch of high frequency deflection.
 
 

 
Oct.21.2005 @ 10:28 PM
Crashon DeLamuzed
Chris and all, I agree, however, since when is any musician expected to have a good mixer? This is a recent thing with DAWS, shouldn't you expect that he'll be recording his instrument in a proper mackie free studio? Mackie got it's name for just that, much better than anything else you can afford, or should. They were great at that time for that, sure, times have changed I'm guilty of the same criticisms, but really musicians spend their money on INSTRUMENTS, studios on mixers. It's a chain thing. MOST musicians don't know mixers and most engineers don't know instruments. Well, unless you're Nurse with Wound.
 
 

 
Oct.25.2005 @ 4:28 PM
the8bitdeity
"MOST musicians don't know mixers and most engineers don't know instruments. Well, unless you're Nurse with Wound."

-mmmm Nurse with Wound

 
 

 
Oct.26.2005 @ 10:16 AM
Magnakai
If Mackie make such bad pieces of kit, what should a amateur musician use instead?
I'm genuinely curious...
 
 

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