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    ... is usually a fine day. I'm grateful for this simple rig and the joy it brings into my life.

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    The more time in the studio, the better. Enjoy!

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    Amen to that, and thanks! I'm working on three CDs of original content right now... I can't say I'm upset about that :D

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    Default Re: A day spent in my home studio...

    Quote Originally Posted by mojocaster View Post
    ... is usually a fine day. I'm grateful for this simple rig and the joy it brings into my life.

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    Ditto - spent a chunk of time in my little home studio today Click image for larger version. 

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    Nice! Aren't we lucky fellers, or what :D

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    I'd be grateful for such a nice home studio too!

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    May I make a few suggestions that will make a positive difference? First, buy dedicated cords for everything. Don’t use a 10 ft cable if three or six will do. Get everything off the floor and you can vacume every once in a while. Get your speakers on stands so they are at head height, and get a desk mount mic stand like radio broadcasters use. I have a Rode that was about a hundred bucks. Best gear buy ever. I’ve found a tidy environment very conducive to a good session.
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