Home Studio Registry: Marc Rod

Contact Web site
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Primary use Secondary use Recording knowledge level MIDI knowledge level
Commercial work Demos Above average Above average
Commonly work (with) Completed songs/demos/jingles
Alone More than 100

Future plans/projects

Collaboration when I can/want to and being able to sit and create. Expand my home setup to meet my creative needs.

Guitars

Guitars: 
Jackson, Squire strat, Squire Telecaster, Brownsville Bass, Classical acoustic, Steel string Acoustic, Ferrington acou-electric

Keyboards

Korg 01W/FD, Roland W30

Sound modules

Yamaha TG55, Ensoniq SQR, Alesis NanoBass, Korg M3R, Roland sc880, Yamaha TQ5, Korg P3, Roland M-BD1, Yamaha QY10

Percussion

Boss DR220, Boss DR202

Effects

Digitech GSP5, Digitech TSR6, Alesis MicroVerb, Alesis NanoComp, Alesis Quadraverb +, Johnson Jstation, Yamaha REX50

Microphones

Shure SM58 and SM57, Marshall Condenser, Sony C74

Mixing

Samson Pl1602, Phonic M1002(2)

Tape decks

Tascam 102, Technics double cassette deck, Fostex X14

Hard disk recorders

Roland VS1880, Roland VS840, Sony MZR700 Minidisk, ZOOM MRS4, Korg PXR4

Monitoring

KLH, RCA Bookshelf and Optimus Speakers through a Pioneer PowerAmp

Computer

Dell 1GHz, 512 megs RAM, 250meg zip disk, 40 gig HD, Delta 1010 audio, win98SE, CDR drive

Music software

Cubase VST, Cakewalk Home Studio, Ejay products

Additional equipment

Classic CDR200 CD burning duo Deck, DOD headphone amp, Alesis Datadisk

Comments

The great part of having a home setup is the fact you can sit down and create songs when they hit you.. the bad part is two fold - being a husband/father cuts down on creative time and having musician friends who KNOW you have a setup :-(