My Current Home Studio Setup

Discussion in 'TASCAM Forums Gallery' started by cmaffia, Nov 26, 2017.

  1. cmaffia

    cmaffia Moderator Staff Member

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    skier and Headroom like this.
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    Looks great! Didn't realize the Tascam controller (US 2400?) was so big - looks nice too.

    BTW, I see you have your Tranzport on a stand - did you get the mic stand adapter when you bought the Tranzport? I've been looking for that since I got the unit, but it never was available.. If you have an alternative solution I'd like to hear it!
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    cmaffia Moderator Staff Member

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    Thanks Arjan. Yes I actually have two Tranzports working on one computer. I usually keep one by drums and the other in vocal booth. I was fortunate to find both used with the stand adapter. The US2400 is a little beast and it works great. No matter what I add, your studio will always be my dream studio.
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    Cool, you got like two of everything! And my 'dreamstudio': ofcourse I love it, but nothing's perfect: as winter comes I have to warm it up first. Takes at least 30 minutes..
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    I’ll have to make a video one day based on my obsessiveness of having to have 2 of everything lol
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    Hey #cmafia! Very nicely done! It looks comfortable as well very capable.

    After you turned the lights out, I found myself wanting to have a little better visibility of your mixers. You may have adequate ambient lighting in your studio, I couldn't tell from the video and may be sensitive to that because I had that problem in my studio and addressed it by placing some lighting strips under the monitors. Regardless, you've got a great setup! Bravo!

    Thanks for the eTour!
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    Wow check that out!

    Makes mine look like a doghouse with all the crap stored in the corner.
    My Tascam is on the old changing table from when our kids were babies.
    I'm still working on crap there so I guess it's appropriate.
    I'm just glad when I remember to pull the door till it latches so my wife's cats don't sneak in.
    I've been in professional studios that aren't anywhere near as impressive as yours.