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Second is current studio, though it has been relocated to a smaller room as we moved to a smaller house in a smaller street after taking this photo.
Ok, so what is the silver box on top of your rack? It looks like a TC Electronics box but I can't figure it out. Also, what make are your speakers?
Feedback Mike - The yellow text doesn't work against the default forum format background.
As for me, I'd have to be a "great looking guy" to win the heart of a red hot sexpot like Lena, wouldn't I?
It's nice to meet someone who isn't afraid to admit his wife is so attractive...seriously, Mike, I applaud you . So many men push the "jealousy" button so easily that one doesn't know if one can tell a guy that his wife is good looking without the guy kicking his ass.
Although, I have to say, you two seem way too well-adjusted to be ambient music artists! Where are your insecurities, foibles and idiosyncracies!
I think Mike brings up a great point about learning vs timing vs quantity.
My studio and my studio "life" as such are divided into two distinct areas,
On the recording side I have a pretty hard and fast rule that If there is a piece of equipment that I have not used in six months or so, I usually sell it. It makes no sense to have a studio full of stuff that sits there and does nothing while we tend to gravitate toward certain pieces over and over.
Only once have I sold a piece I regretted, I spend much more time wondering..."Do I really need this and could that money be better used elsewhere?"
Anyway, I know that for many gear hounds and synth enthusiasts this is pure heresy...