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What basic equipment do you need to make professional recordings?
My primary recording vice is software. Most times I use Pro Tools 7.4 on my PC. However, I do sometimes use Cubase, Sonar, or Acid.
This is mainly due to the increased amount of DSP tools I have for those programs. I also occasionally use hardware as I have an Alesis Adat XP, Yamaha O1V digital mixer and an assortment of rack effects. I use a pair of Rokit 8 monitors for sound.
My external sound card is a M-Audio fast track pro and my internal card is a M-Audio Delta 44. My primary instrument is a Korg synth but I also have an assortment of guitars and horns that get occasional use.
I am a multi-instrumentalist and I write/produce all my own tracks. I am also a vocalist with just enough range to create complete lead and background vocal tracks.
My main genre's are R&B/Hip-Hop, Reggae, Funk, Gospel, and Pop but I also write and produce Dance/Electronic, Rock, Metal, Latin, Acoustic and Ska.
I work with many artists all over the world but I seldom leave California as its almost always digital collaborations
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