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Braz
Posted 2009-09-30 9:18 PM (#14866)
Subject: What's your System ?


Member

Posts: 9

Hi,

I think it could be interesting to know what system people are using :-)
Here's mine :
- EeePc 1005 (Tracking Pad, no Mouse)
- Windows XP
- Plogue as a Host
- Midi Gear

What's yours ?
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sceyefeye
Posted 2009-12-01 7:35 AM (#14911 - in reply to #14866)
Subject: Re: What's your System ?


Member

Posts: 12

Location: Cape Town
HP Compaq 6710b currently with win XP Pro - though just waiting for a gap to install win7 64 bit
3gig RAM
Microsoft 6000 Laser Mouse
X Station (midi controller, synth and sound card)
Remote Zero SL (midi controller)
Reaper (currently 32 bit host)
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chrisnash
Posted 2009-12-15 1:39 AM (#14924 - in reply to #14911)
Subject: Re: What's your System ?



Developer

Posts: 746
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Location: England

My main development platform is:

Custom-built desktop PC
Gigabyte GA-8I945GMMFY-RH (Intel 945GM Mobile Chipset)
Intel Core 2 Duo T7600 (Merom 2.16GHz)
2Gb RAM
Windows XP Pro 32-bit (and Windows 7 Pro 64-bit)
Microsoft Optical Mouse
Gigabyte ATI 4550 PCIe (passive cooling) + 2 x 19" monitors
Matrox Millennium II PCI + 1 x 15" monitor

= Plenty performance... and runs off a 120W laptop brick, so totally silent.

While in Cambridge, I'm running a somewhat reduced studio setup:

Fatar STUDIO CMK37 (midi controller)
Mackie Onyx Satellite (firewire audio interface)
Roland XV2020 (sound module)

With the following in storage:

Focusrite Saffire Pro 26/IO (firewire audio interface)
MIDIMan MIDISport 8x8 (midi interface)
Yamaha CS1x (midi controller / synth)
Yamaha EX5r (workstation synth)
Korg TR Rack (sound module)
Novation KS Rack (analog-modelling synth)
Technics SX-P50 (digital piano)

'Looking forward to wiring them back up, once the research is complete...

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CS_TBL
Posted 2009-12-15 11:23 AM (#14927 - in reply to #14924)
Subject: Re: What's your System ?



Expert

Posts: 512
500
Location: Netherlands
PC1:

win98
Athlon 2k
Impulse Tracker
256MB RAM
hundreds o' GB HD
SB-Live (first edition!)

PC2:

XP
4GB RAM
i3.4GHz dual core 64bit
reViSiT
VSTi
1.6TB (640GB RAID0 + external 1TB)
Terratec Aureon

Both PC's:

Dual 22" monitors (3360x1050 desktop)
wireless keyboard
wireless mouse
KVM switch

Studio:

Keyboards:

Studiologic VMK88 masterkeyboard
Yamaha DX7, SY77
Korg Poly61
Roland JD800

Modules:

JD990
FS1r
VL70m
E-MU6400
Supernova 2R
Roland SRV3030
2 patchbays
an old 19" rack delay effect

Mixing:

TAC (Amek) 35:12:2 console (roughly 2x1 meter)

Monitoring:

Genelec 1030
Eltax HiFi (down to 25Hz)

Instruments:

4/4 Violin
Tin Whistle in D

MSX:

NMS8245, 128KB RAM
NMS8250 with extra drive, V9958 chip, 256KB RAM
1chipMSX, 2MB RAM (an FPGA device)
All MSX sound chips, including an OPL4 with 640KB RAM and 2MB Yamaha ROM


Note that the studio equipment isn't much in use, I'm all 'everything in the box'..

Edited by CS_TBL 2009-12-15 11:30 AM
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mpalmer28
Posted 2010-01-25 11:31 PM (#15028 - in reply to #14866)
Subject: Re: What's your System ?



Member

Posts: 7

Location: Adelaide, South Australia
I have a Laptop, or as I prefer to call it, my Portable Studio. HURRAH! Great for lunch breaks at work.

It happens to be a Toshiba Satellite 500.
It has 4GB of memory with Pentium Dual Core 2.1 MHz.
It runs Windows 7 (amazingly I've had no crashes so far!)
I have an old Yamaha YS 200 for MIDI input (Unfortunately, I need a USB to MIDI cable to use it since moving to a laptop. I will likely buy a real life proper macho MIDI keyboard in future.)
I can't sing so the crummy inbuilt speaker (which is probably a crappy condenser microphone) suits me fine when I scream incoherently.
I play electric and bass guitar and own both (cheap brands, but not necessarily nasty). My kitchen and workplace could also be considered an instrument to sample from.
FL Studio, Audacity and SynthEdit are my primary bits of software for music. Likely reViSiT will be included in that list considering all that I learned while a teenager using trackers in the '90s.

Edited by mpalmer28 2010-01-25 11:33 PM
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thinktankted
Posted 2010-01-29 6:59 PM (#15034 - in reply to #14866)
Subject: RE: What's your System ?


New user

Posts: 3

Homebuilt Workstation:

MSI K9N SLI Platinum MOBO
AMD Athlon X2 4800 (2.5 GHZ)
4 GB RAM
400 GB RAID 0 System Drive for Win7 / OSX has 160 GB on another HDD / XP Lives on a 250 GB HDD / 1TB External storage.
EMU 0404 PCI Soundcard

Triple Boot OSX Leopard 10.5.7 / Windows 7 Ultimate x86 / Windows XP Pro x86

Hosts: Reaper 3.1 , Sonar Home Studio 7 XL , Ableton Live Lite 7.0.16 (ReWired to Reaper or Sonar)
Plugins : WusikStation v4.5.4 / Number of Computer Music freebies (CM505 / CMPlay / Dominator / Amb Bass Rack, etc) / Proteus VX / X2

And reViSiT Pro 1.3.1 of course.
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