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Sonntag, 20. Januar 2008, 23:20

scooter studio equipment

anyone knows what eqipment do they use? i'm very interested in this question :P

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Montag, 21. Januar 2008, 00:30

rick : logic pro, custom made monitors ( bottom part :2X38cm +1 compression tweeter from what i can see, probably with built in amp as i don't see any external rack; top part : anable to say)+ yamaha ns20, 2X yamaha 02R, Clavia Nord Lead 3, roland jp 8000, shure 512 dx, Korg radias rack ,some lexicon reverb if i remember well ,some old waldorf synths, access virus rack, 1 or 2 apple mac , 1 pc laptop, 1 turntable ( vestax hifi version belt driven i guess) , external compressors and mix preamps probably

michael : krk monitors from the few i saw , and that's all i saw...

from the videos avaible, that's all what i can say
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Montag, 21. Januar 2008, 10:13

Forgot the TB-303s ;)
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Montag, 21. Januar 2008, 13:11

Zitat von »"Imre -SP-"«

Forgot the TB-303s ;)
how to not forget it ? :lol:
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Montag, 21. Januar 2008, 14:56

and does anyone knows how mutch is costs's all togerher

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Montag, 21. Januar 2008, 14:58

thanks for the list ;)

one more question, what is kind of mic that Baxxter uses on live concerts? i searched through google but foun nothing :(

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Montag, 21. Januar 2008, 16:25

Zitat von »"DJ Calypso"«

thanks for the list ;)

one more question, what is kind of mic that Baxxter uses on live concerts? i searched through google but foun nothing :(

It's a Shure 520 DX ;)
I saw it in a store about half a year ago, it costs €149
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Montag, 21. Januar 2008, 18:20

Shure SM58s are good vocal mikes tho


erm is scooter's main roland piano sound from a JV80?
All roland pianos are similar but this one has the distinct C4 multisample and sounds brighter than the SK50 sound canvas.
it's also the most common trance piano since the 90s Korg M1

and does anyone know what piano sound features in "the first time" and "rhapsody in E"?

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Montag, 21. Januar 2008, 22:01

yamaha dx7
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Montag, 21. Januar 2008, 22:05

yamaha DX7... ok

the DX7 was a proper synth.
I'm after the acoustic piano sounds (not the Roland JV80 though)
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