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10x10 Studios Tour

Finally, after many years and many different setups, I have made a Studio tour for everyone to get ideas from or just be inspired enough to apply these ideas to your room.

Posted by Johnny Geib on October 12, 2016 at 12:52 AM 1597 Views

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Reply Johnny Geib
12:09 AM on November 8, 2016 
jesse castillo says...
hello I was enjoying your video's and I was interested in some lessons. I was wondering Where you where based out of. I'm from Detroit currently residing in Canton Mi. Just hit me back if you have anything to offer. cheers : )


Thanx Jesse. Feel free to reach me at homestudiotrainer@yahoo.com and I'd be happy to schedule a session with you.
Reply Johnny Geib
12:08 AM on November 8, 2016 
Martin Weeks says...
Very nice...obviously well thought out design. I would have loved to have taken up your offer to come see in person, but alas travel to Chicago from here is not possible. Maybe down the road will do.
I'm very curious about your Fender Squire I Axe. Is this still available to purchase anywhere? And by usb connection are you saying I could just plug the guitar directly into usb straight to a track in Studio One? And via usb is it analog/wav or midi? I find myself in need of a real electric guitar but just don't have the $$ to buy amp for it, pedals and so on. But with Studio One's amp models and other effects perhaps with this I wouldn't even need to have the extras?
Kudos for you son regarding Beatles "Records" and the beauty of Vinyl. Warren Huart of Produce Like A Pro did a wonderful video a few months back about one of the few remaining Vinyl Record manufacturing companies in LA. I will try to find it again and forward it to you. A full tour of the factory and what actually goes into making a real LP. Record.
Okay on to the other new videos and then I have to wrestle with getting some new plugins to work on my new (used) laptop. Take care. Great Studio!!
Marty


Well, here are some of my thoughts on some of what you said. On the subject of needing more plugins, you really do not. People that I teach I always drive the point that you need to learn the plugins in Studio One long before you should ever have to buy new ones. Nearly everything you need in a 3rd party plugin is already in Studio One. I use only a few free 3rd party plugins with Studio One. I have never needed anything more then what comes inside S1.

As for the iAxe, using it in any DAW is a bit of a challenge as you need to select it as Studio One's main recording device when using it. The only real advantage to the USB option is there less buzzing and noise. Otherwise its the same as a Guitar Cable going into your interface. Also, any guitar you purchase will work in Studio One without an amp so don't feel you need to buy an amp and pedals. All you really need is the guitar and a cable and Studio One can do the rest.
Reply jesse castillo
11:28 PM on November 7, 2016 
hello I was enjoying your video's and I was interested in some lessons. I was wondering Where you where based out of. I'm from Detroit currently residing in Canton Mi. Just hit me back if you have anything to offer. cheers : )
Reply Martin Weeks
4:12 PM on October 14, 2016 
Very nice...obviously well thought out design. I would have loved to have taken up your offer to come see in person, but alas travel to Chicago from here is not possible. Maybe down the road will do.
I'm very curious about your Fender Squire I Axe. Is this still available to purchase anywhere? And by usb connection are you saying I could just plug the guitar directly into usb straight to a track in Studio One? And via usb is it analog/wav or midi? I find myself in need of a real electric guitar but just don't have the $$ to buy amp for it, pedals and so on. But with Studio One's amp models and other effects perhaps with this I wouldn't even need to have the extras?
Kudos for you son regarding Beatles "Records" and the beauty of Vinyl. Warren Huart of Produce Like A Pro did a wonderful video a few months back about one of the few remaining Vinyl Record manufacturing companies in LA. I will try to find it again and forward it to you. A full tour of the factory and what actually goes into making a real LP. Record.
Okay on to the other new videos and then I have to wrestle with getting some new plugins to work on my new (used) laptop. Take care. Great Studio!!
Marty
Reply Marty
11:23 PM on October 12, 2016 
You Lucky Dog! The Studio looks great and super efficient, not an inch wasted. Thanks for letting us see into your "Lair".