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PostPosted: Sun Jun 27, 2004 9:28 am 
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Very nice studio.

um, good song. :shock:


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Riad wrote:
um, good song. :shock:



hehe :D, well they are my most extreme client. Its not the style of music i normally record :D

/mike


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-=glEnn=- wrote:
Riad wrote:
um, good song. :shock:



hehe :D, well they are my most extreme client. Its not the style of music i normally record :D

/mike


Hey they paid just like a jazz band pays... it's all good.


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What Codec are you using?


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giles117 wrote:
What Codec are you using?


XVID
can be found here:
http://www.massgrav.com/XviD-04102002-1.exe

/mike


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Your studio looks great Mike - well done :) great idea having a video.

cheers
john


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Does anyone have the pictures from this thread, as they do not appear for me:S

I am considering soffit mounting some Adam ANF 10's later this year, but I may consider other monitors if the design makes it too difficult, so was wondering if anyone else had similar experience with non-flat fronted monitors?

Thanks, Gareth


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gareth.h.rees wrote:
Does anyone have the pictures from this thread, as they do not appear for me:S

I am considering soffit mounting some Adam ANF 10's later this year, but I may consider other monitors if the design makes it too difficult, so was wondering if anyone else had similar experience with non-flat fronted monitors?

Thanks, Gareth


Just incase it helps anyone: you must log in and then the pics will show up.


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What's this Barefoot SC2?

I can't find any reference on the web.
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So here's some pics... sorry for them being so dark, my digital camera dont like the lighting in the studio.
please notice the serial nr 001 SC2 from barefoot below.. :D


cheers mike


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I think that Barefoot has discontinued that model. But you could write to him at his website:

http://barefootsound.com/

... and ask if it is still available, or which of his current models best replaces it.

- Stuart -

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Generally, in most rooms, free standing speakers are surrounded by walls/ceiling/floor that will generate reflections. These surfaces act as acoustical mirrors to the speaker's radiation, enhancing or cancelling the direct sound, depending on the phase difference between the reflection and the direct sound where you are sitting.


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