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Equipement list

Daw Computer :

Amd Athlon XP 3200 Barton
Asus A7N8X-E Deluxe
1.5 gig ram DDR 4OO mhz
Matrox P750 Agp video card
3 X 19" Samsung 913V TFT's
Firewire 4 ports card
Internal Nec 2500A dvd burner
External firewire Philips Dvdr 16LS burner
with Lightscribe feature
(allows to burn a monochrome picture on the cd)
80 gigs system disk
80 gigs audio disk
300 gigs external firewire HD for samples and video files
160 gigs external firewire HD for backup
I/O's & Dsps
2 X Creamware Pulsar II Dsp cards (48 inputs)
Uad-1 Studio card with Studio pack and Plate 140
Creamware A16Ultra (16 ins/outs @ + 4db)
Presonus Digimax Lt  8X mic preamps

Motu MTP AV parallel midi interface
Steinberg Houston controller
Novation Remote 25 keyboard controller
AkaÔ MX76 master keyboard controller

Behringer Powerplay 4700 headphones amp
Aphex Aural Exciter 104 c2
TL Audio 5050 mic preamp
Neve 8098 (on demand)
Neuman U87 X2 (on demand)
Rode NT1000
Soon : Focusrite Isa 428

Tannoy Reveal
Soon: Genelec 1031 + sub




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A hammond without the roadies....
The Modular is a unique piece of gear for for complex textures or warm, fat sounds
IT's a PCM91plate algo Emulation. An exemplarity in reverse engineering !!! :-)
       Nuendo 3 is Digidesign's Protools challenger. While the second has the lead as far as sale figure and number of commercial studios installed, Steinberg's soft is ahead on many factors (32 bits floating point audio engine) very high track count, modularity, virtual instruments standard etc, efficiency of the VST standard vs RTAS... that makes it much more suitable for many professionals today. It is extremely well suited for midi and audio editing while having most of the post production needs.

       With the forthcoming AMD QUAD Opteron chip due in quarter 3 this year, the native solutions a la Steinberg will for sure be the future, but due to software piracy, the best software audio algorythms are still kept in the dsp world. This part is now well covered with Universal Audio, Creamware and TC Electronic's Powercore dsp cards for native systems.
So today best of both worlds can be had. Scalability, increasing CPU power, wide software base and reduced upgrading cost of the native solutions, added to high quality, stability and performance of the DSP cards.

       About the gear,

       Over the years, my setup has gone from all midi (and non midi) numerous real keyboards and sound modules  + 8 tracks Fostex R8 tape recorder to a streamlined home studio that would beat anything I've had in the past in the quality department. Not only it has become smaller but the possibilities have been multiplied by a XX factor.
I've never really attached any importance to the gear in the grand scheme of things, so I've sold every single piece I've had in the past as time (and life) would move on.  Except for my Fender Rhodes Suitcase 73, my TX816 Yamaha and my CP70. I wouldn't go back now.
Now today, after the eighties excess, we're of course running back to "old values, and since the techno age, old analog gear is highly priced again. Thanks to computers, we can find back lots of quality gear from the past and even better, we can now have in our hands some gear that has always been out of reach.... I've always lurked on the Synclavier and Fairlight with envy years back. With a few softs and some sillicium chips, we have far better than these today...

My own home studio is now based on Nuendo 3 software from Steinberg. I use this setup mainly to compose, record and arrange my own productions and a few clients. My main freelance job as a Sound Engineer is taking place in a very well equiped project studio running Nuendo 3 as well. My setup is also complemented with a protools station for any client needing to import his sessions into Nuendo.

It's pretty minimal, and it's constantly evolving since it follows my needs. It isn't a production rig per see. But as time goes, I'm now forced to move, to "upgrade" the room and the quality of the product I can render @ home. Known song, but I will sure always try to stay "light" software and hardware wise. Why ? Because too much software kills the musician. As much as I love all this technology, as much as I realize how diverting it can be!
Gigastudio Computer :

Athlon XP 3000 Barton
1 gig DDR
2 X 250 gigs harddisks
Nvidia dual head MX400 Agp video card
VSL 2020
2 X 15" Neovo lcds.
Gigastudio 3.0
Protools Computer :

HP Omnibook
80 gigs ext HD
Digidesign Mbox
Protools Le 7
Never had one in hardware...
Very good psycho acoustic processor a la Aphex
Another quality comp !!
quite diffrent than the universal audio one, this 1176 is very good two..
huh huh, a fairchild that is...
because I love vocoders !!!
for the mastering chain together wirth Psy Q
Yummy Pultec !! :-)
Interpole is da house
Windows XP pro
Nuendo 3.0
Gigastudio 3 Orchestra

Native Instruments FM7
Sonalksis SV315 Compressor
To top
The Vectron is A Sequential Circuits Prophet V recreation
Pulsar II cards

Masterveb pro
STW P100
(PCM91 emulation)

Mastering processors :
Psy Q

Synths :
Modular III
Zarg Ambient
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UAD-1 dsp card

High class compressors :
Fairchild 670

Reverberation units :
Realverb Pro
Plate 140

Quality Eqs :
Pultec EQP-1A
Pultec Pro
Cambridge EQ

Channel Strip :
Nigel guitar fx
To top
A perfect plate that is...
Houston, controls all the missions.... yeah right, give me an WR-Audio ID any time I'll take it over that one.

MasterVerb Classic
Parametric EQ
4-Pole Filter
High Cut Filter
Low Cut Filter
Dual DelayDistortion
Delay LCR Long
Delay Long
Dual Delay Long
Early Reflector
Harmonic Chorus
Harmonic Flanger
Hexa Chorus
Multitap Delay
Pitch Shifter
Pulsar stock Fx :