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    Extremely H! Vltg3 Rocky's Avatar
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    Fuck Yes

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    http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/...rocky-palos-ev


    So I totally edited this thread to say that a DJ gave my music/ phone number to Amp Live(Plc. 4 Mie Hæd) and a guy that works at Record Plant Studios in Hollywood. ( http://www.recordplant.com/rpstarshots1.html )

    So I don't like begging, but for the love of god or no god, please help me!!! Even if it's $1! I'm excited and am losing hair at the same time!!!

    Thank you!!!!
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    Steve Perry, you gotta get the fuck out of here Pidgeon's Avatar
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    Wow dude that's rad, I'll do what I can

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    That's pretty fucking awesome man.

    I'm going to go ahead and move the thread to Recording Studio though.
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    I think you'd be crazy to spend $10k to use a studio. In this day and age you can build your own for less than that without compromising on sound quality. Buy/build a really nice computer, a nice mic, a nice midi keyboard, and you're set. Even if you don't feel like pirating VSTs you can be under $10k. You'll have this home studio the rest of your life and you can use it whenever you want.

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    Extremely H! Vltg3 Rocky's Avatar
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    Thanks guys!

    Quote Originally Posted by travz21 View Post
    I think you'd be crazy to spend $10k to use a studio. In this day and age you can build your own for less than that without compromising on sound quality. Buy/build a really nice computer, a nice mic, a nice midi keyboard, and you're set. Even if you don't feel like pirating VSTs you can be under $10k. You'll have this home studio the rest of your life and you can use it whenever you want.
    The studio won't cost $10k. That's about 2k if I record everything in a week, and I'm playing 90% of the instruments, so I'll be busting my ass. Also, I'm only temporarily living in Los Angeles, so I'm not investing in building a studio yet. The 10k is studio time, mixing/mastering, cd pressing and distribution, all of the BS legal that I have to do, and last but not least, pay my co-producer. I actually pirate all the time lol...that's why I'm practically giving the album away if I get the funds

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    There's something to be said for bigger studios as well. Bigger studios are going to have access to multiple sets of pre-amps, instruments, amplifiers, etc. They will also typically have treated rooms with the best possible acoustics. Gear is ungoldy expensive when you start getting into higher end stuff. Plus, you also get a hopefully really good engineer. I'm not trying to sway away from the learning to do it yourself thing, because that's how I started and then decided to pursue an education in audio engineering and plan to own my own studio at some point. I just think there is arguments to be made for using a professionally built studio.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Darkspine Sonic View Post
    There's something to be said for bigger studios as well. Bigger studios are going to have access to multiple sets of pre-amps, instruments, amplifiers, etc. They will also typically have treated rooms with the best possible acoustics. Gear is ungoldy expensive when you start getting into higher end stuff. Plus, you also get a hopefully really good engineer. I'm not trying to sway away from the learning to do it yourself thing, because that's how I started and then decided to pursue an education in audio engineering and plan to own my own studio at some point. I just think there is arguments to be made for using a professionally built studio.
    My friend who is help producing/engineer this album works there, and I swear I have only seen him 1 day since because he loves it there. It's the old Chiquita Banana House.

    You have to look at this thing.

    http://wavaflow.net/wavaflowstudios/contact-2/

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