My home studio (in 1996)

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My home studio (in 1996)

Post by PhilRey » Wed May 16, 2018 3:26 pm

The beast: Atari ST 1040 with an external hard drive. 1Mo RAM / 20Mo to store in the hard drive. DAW: Notator. + a tiny midi sound bank that should be somewhere in my garage... I forgot the name.
Sadly I do not have pictures of my TASCAM Portastudio 246.. (and I quited smoking not so long after... !) - Phil

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Re: My home studio (in 1996)

Post by lesmac » Thu May 17, 2018 3:49 am

(and I quited smoking not so long after... !) - Phil
Is that a roach in there :o :lol: :lol: You don't have to answer that ;) .
Glad you gave up the fags and were able to upgrade your studio with the money you saved.

I thought you might have been at this game for a while Phil.

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Post by PhilRey » Thu May 17, 2018 4:45 am

lesmac wrote:
(and I quited smoking not so long after... !) - Phil
Is that a roach in there :o :lol: :lol: You don't have to answer that ;) .
Glad you gave up the fags and were able to upgrade your studio with the money you saved.

I thought you might have been at this game for a while Phil.
Is that a roach in there :o :lol: :lol:
Honestly, it could have been one for sure... :D
I thought you might have been at this game for a while Phil
Yes I'm part of the dinosaur's club now I'm affraid :D But I'm still a young dinosaur !

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Re: My home studio (in 1996)

Post by Tunesmith » Sat May 19, 2018 1:53 pm

Hi Phil! I just sold my Atari 1040 last fall. I won a 520 st in a songwriting contest in 1987..1st prize actually! Then I bought Dr T's sequencing KCS..ended up working for them for a couple years in Boston. I still have some of the software. Upgraded to a newer Atari in 1992. I synced it with a Fostex 8 track. Then I upgraded to a Roland VS1680 and used the Atari with it. Is that a Boss Dr Drums I see?

Nice to see another Atari user!

I can't figure out how to insert a picture..I tried showing that setup a while back..

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Linda C

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Re: My home studio (in 1996)

Post by cosmicdolphin » Sat May 19, 2018 4:03 pm

'97....ahhhh..had an Amiga running Music X and sync'd to a blackface Adat by striping one track with timecode with a Phillip Rees TS1 ... Sound sources were a Yamaha SY35 & TG300, Casio CZ1000, Roland MC303 plus some outboard all patched in to an Allen and Heath 8buss mixer.

Hopefully I'll earn enough to pay my parents back eventually :lol:

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Re: My home studio (in 1996)

Post by PhilRey » Sat May 19, 2018 8:55 pm

Wow ! That was all good stuff back then guys ! :)

Yes it's a Boss, Linda, but a sound bank ;) (I need to remember the exact name but my "hanz zimmer" is back right now...)

PS: Linda, for pictures. You need to upaload your picture on a host (website), copy the link to the picture here, between the bbcode "Img" (among the blue buttons on the top when you post something). ;)

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