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This is the twisted little world I live in.
GREAT set-ups.....I can only learn and dream!!!
I have just moved here from Australia, where I have been working for the last 10 years.
VERY different scenario there - I get ALL of my work through my agent and go into the studios.
I am not good with technology and have not had to record at home - this is all very new.
I am currently in the process of setting up my first basic home studio with the view to upgrade in the future.
Goals: I travel a lot for work, so the studio needs to be somewhat portable.
So - I have a MAC and an MBOX 2.
I was told that the Apogee Mini-Me would be a great pre-amp for my basic set-up whilst satisfying the portability requirements.
Problem....they seem to be hard to find these days....and I don't want to purchase off eBay.
Can anyone suggest a good vintage audio dealer where I might be able to pick up a well serviced used unit? Or other suggestions for how to pick one up?
Or suggest a good alternative with digital output, Phantom Power and XLR connectors.
The Focusrite ISA ONE was suggested to me - thoughts? A little too big...
Any advice that would bring me out of the dark would be greatly appreciated.
Hi Gang! I got an additional monitor and a new computer! My engineer built the computer - it's massive and with 3 fans in it - it made way to much noise. so I put it in a closet next to my studio and sound proofed the closet door for extra noise security. Here's some new pics.
This is my rack in the home studio (studio B). Amek/Rupert Neve Pure Path and a DBX 166 for processing a TLM 103.