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    SD wrote:
    Allo guys..

    My doctor has helped me get a load of recording equipment (in exchange for me leading a project to set up a music room for the psychiatric ward in my local hospital)

    Does anyone have any suggestions for equipment?
    We have a budget of around £5000 (this had to include the cost of soundproofing the room too)
    So far Ive suggested:
    A set of vinyl decks with mixer
    A set of CD decks with mixer
    An amplifier
    Studio monitors
    Studio headphones
    Then: 2 acoustic guitars
    An electri guitar with amp (poss FX pedals too)
    A keyboard
    Possibly a drum kit
    Lots of percussion instruments – bongos,tambourines etc
    Ive also suggested some recording equipment:
    A digital four track
    What do u guys think?
    Seperate from that shes buying me £300s worth of stuff in payment! Cool eh
    this is what ive ordered:
    Hope that works, its my shopping basket form Gak
    :group_hug

    I would not bother with the record decks, if you have cd decks, that all you need, just think where are you going to get 12″ records, or any records for that matter….Unless they are all djs, gone mad on drugs???

    Four tracks recording mixer is a waste of time and is pointless…You would be better off going digital!!!…with a decent computer, and get a recording studio quality program, such as “Magix Samplitude music studio 14” for £75…..you will have a complete 64 track professional studio on your computer, and is perfect for live recording…I have it, and it’s f###ing wicked!!!….it includes 8 synthesisers, reverb, all the plugins, just think forward, rather than going back to the 80’s…..I have a complete studio, for less than £1000….:bounce_fl

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    SD wrote:
    Allo guys..

    My doctor has helped me get a load of recording equipment (in exchange for me leading a project to set up a music room for the psychiatric ward in my local hospital)

    Does anyone have any suggestions for equipment?
    We have a budget of around £5000 (this had to include the cost of soundproofing the room too)
    So far Ive suggested:
    A set of vinyl decks with mixer
    A set of CD decks with mixer
    An amplifier
    Studio monitors
    Studio headphones
    Then: 2 acoustic guitars
    An electri guitar with amp (poss FX pedals too)
    A keyboard
    Possibly a drum kit
    Lots of percussion instruments – bongos,tambourines etc
    Ive also suggested some recording equipment:
    A digital four track
    What do u guys think?
    Seperate from that shes buying me £300s worth of stuff in payment! Cool eh
    this is what ive ordered:
    Hope that works, its my shopping basket form Gak
    :group_hug

    I would not bother with the record decks, if you have cd decks, that all you need, just think where are you going to get 12″ records, or any records for that matter….Unless they are all djs, gone mad on drugs???

    Four tracks recording mixer is a waste of time and is pointless…You would be better off going digital!!!…with a decent computer, and get a recording studio quality program, such as “Magix Samplitude music studio 14” for £75…..you will have a complete 64 track professional studio on your computer, and is perfect for live recording…I have it, and it’s f###ing wicked!!!….it includes 8 synthesisers, reverb, all the plugins, just think forward, rather than going back to the 80’s…..I have a complete studio, for less than £1000….:bounce_fl

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