Home Studio Registry: Craig Dunham

Primary use Secondary use Recording knowledge level MIDI knowledge level
Demos Recording Above average Above average
Commonly work (with) Completed songs/demos/jingles
Alone 61-100

Future plans/projects

I have done demo work for amatuers, semi pros and record labels, graduating to radio ready product, and product for pressing and sale. I'd love to upgrade my gear, but haven't gotten into a big enough arena for that yet. I hope to have some product released and on the market through the labels that I've done demo work for in 2000.

Guitars

Guitars: 
Fender Music Master, Fender Squire Bullet, Hondo (yeah Hondo) Strat. Fender Precision Bass

Keyboards

Korg O1W, Korg Wavestation, Roland D-70, Roland S-10

Sound modules

Roland D-110, Roland U220, Roland JV-880

Percussion

Roland TR909, Korg DDD1, Akai MPC 60

Effects

Lexicon Alex, Alesis MidiverbII

Microphones

Shure SM 57, Shure SM 58

Mixing

Peavey MS1221(okay, so it's not a recording board) subbed into a Tascam M216

Tape decks

Tascam TSR8 Recorder, TEAC W-360HX Cassette

Hard disk recorders

Roland VS-880EX

Monitoring

Yahmaha NS-10 Monitors, EV Playbacks, Yahmaha P2075 Power Amp AKG Headphones

Computer

Mac SE, 3.5 floppy

Music software

Vision, Galaxy, Alchemy

Additional equipment

BBE 462 Sonic Maximizer, dbx166A noise gate/compresser

Comments

Not a hell of a lot but the sound is oh, so sweet, so clean....use the VS880EX primarily for mixdowns, then to DAT. No vocal booth, but extremely clean vocals, when everyone is quiet. I find tape a lot warmer than digital recording for vocals, guitars, and horns. Moving to Brooklyn N.Y. in June 2000