28 Feb Rundown of My Home Studio

I thought I would take today to do a rundown of my home studio, what it looks like, and some of the gear I use. I’m a major gear head so I enjoy seeing other peoples’ studios, setup, and what gear they use but hopefully you will get something out of this too.

Okay first up is my workstation/desk setup.

Home Studio Rundown Computer

 Here’s a list of gear featured in the picture.

  • Dell Inspirion 530 Desktop
  • 2 Samsung Computer Monitors
  • M Audio AV 40 Reference Monitors
  • Akai MPD 26
  • Acorn Masterkey 25 Midi Controller
  • Steinberg Ci1 Audio Interface
  • Senheisser HD 201 Headphones
  • As far as DAWs, I use Mixcraft, Pro Tools HD 10, and Ableton 9
  • PlugIns- way too many to list but some of my favorites include Amplitube Metal, Studio Drummer, Massive, and Kontakt 5

Home Studio Rundown AmpHome Studio Rundown Keyboard

Next up is my keyboard/amp/cab setup. Equipment goes as follows:

  • M Audio Keystation 61es
  • Peavey 1×12 Cabinet
  • Peavey XXL Amp Head (Which won’t be around for much longer)
  • Livewire Direct Box
  • I also have a couple guitar pedals there that I’m fixing and modifying. A line 6 MM4 and DL4. Plus a wah pedal that I’m adding an LED to.

And lastly is my vocal mic setup…

  • Home Studio Rundown MicrophoneRode NT1-A
  • CAD MH310 Isolated Headphones
  • Double Screen Pop Filter
  • Professional Sound Abortion

What’s not shown in the pictures

Well I also have a bunch of gear not shown in these pictures but I’ll give a quick list of some of my other equipment.

  • Shure SM57 (Which I use to mic my guitar cab and also in combination with a Sennheiser e609 when recording guitar parts for my band’s next upcoming EP)
  • As far as guitar pedals, currently I use a Dunlop Crybaby Wah, Modtone Clean Boost, Boss CH-1 Super Chorus, Boss OC-2 Octave, Boss PH-3 Phase Shifter, Boss DD-3 Delay, Boss NS-2 Noise Suppressor, and a GoGo Tuner Pedal. You can see I have a little obsession with Boss pedals.
  • I also have a Randall Rh150 and Fender FM412 that I use for playing out live.

So there it is, a quick look at my home studio and some of the gear I use. Hopefully you enjoyed seeing what gear I use and as always leave some comments below and if you have any suggestions or anything you want me to cover don’t hesitate to contact me.

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