Coxnvox Studios - Evergreen, CO (altitude - 7,300 ft)

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Coxnvox Studios - Evergreen, CO (altitude - 7,300 ft)

Post by coxnvox » Mon Jul 30, 2018 4:39 pm

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Here's my happy place! Apollo interface, Dangerous D-Box, too many VIs, 5K retina 2015 iMac 4.0 GHz i7 32GB RAM, Roland RD-64, Softube Console 1, Faderport. Biggest problem is keeping my acoustic instruments humidified up here.
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Re: Coxnvox Studios - Evergreen, CO (altitude - 7,300 ft)

Post by DavidSJH » Thu Aug 09, 2018 6:05 pm

Nice set up. Great desk. :D

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Re: Coxnvox Studios - Evergreen, CO (altitude - 7,300 ft)

Post by lesmac » Thu Aug 09, 2018 7:23 pm

Looks great! Does the humidity problem cause the instruments to wander tuning wise? What do you do to try and keep the humidity level stable?
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Re: Coxnvox Studios - Evergreen, CO (altitude - 7,300 ft)

Post by coxnvox » Tue Aug 14, 2018 10:46 am

lesmac wrote:Looks great! Does the humidity problem cause the instruments to wander tuning wise? What do you do to try and keep the humidity level stable?
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I keep my acoustic, mandolin, and ukulele in a closet with a room humidifier. I give them a little time to adjust when I bring them out to track, but they have been fine. I did crack a Taylor 414 a few years ago when I brought it from an unheated closet (at a different studio) where it had been for a week or so and brought it out into an overheated office (damn Colorado sun!). It was probably a 30 degree difference. I'm guessing if I would have left it closed in the case in the hotter room for an hour to adjust it would have been fine, but opening the case up and subjecting it to a blast of hot air likely doomed it! I also keep my acoustic in the case with a Planet Waves 2-way humidification system with the moisture packs.
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Re: Coxnvox Studios - Evergreen, CO (altitude - 7,300 ft)

Post by coxnvox » Tue Aug 14, 2018 10:48 am

DavidSJH wrote:Nice set up. Great desk. :D
Thanks!! :lol: :lol:

I LOVE my Ikea tables for my desk. Large one in the middle and 2 smaller side ones...works great and gives me plenty of room. Total cost? I think less than $100...
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Re: Coxnvox Studios - Evergreen, CO (altitude - 7,300 ft)

Post by LamarPecorino » Tue Aug 14, 2018 5:13 pm

Very nice!
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