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Old January 11th, 2010, 07:13 PM   #331
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Nice set-up! I have the earlier model of that very same desk. (Instead of the tower shelf in the middle it has cabinet on rt side and file drawer on left.) I am moving everything around right now but I will try and most some pics later this month...

Heh. I have the same one you are describing now. Going to ditch it soon for a Raxxess Configuraxx like I had at my old job. I loved the rackspace that thing had.
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Old January 12th, 2010, 09:13 PM   #332
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Here's mine...my wife calls it "the man cave"
Not in the picture is the table with all my production gear (lights, camera, audio, etc.) my iso booth is barely visible on the right.
I am a musician/composer as well as an audio engineer/producer. Video has been in my bag of tricks for about 6 years now.
Nice looking gold strat there! MIJ version or MIA?

I have a mid 90's MIJ - My living room here:

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Old January 12th, 2010, 11:29 PM   #333
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Wow..you're ready to rock!

Actually my strat is a Fernandes! It's a Japanese one which is actually the nicest of the brand other than the custom line. Got it when I worked a guitar shop for 10% above cost which really annoyed the owner as the next week the price doubled...almost to the American Fender prices. The other cool part was we were getting these guitars in cases of five at a time. My job was to do the setup and therefore, this was the pick of the litter out of dozens and IMHO plays as nice or nicer than many custom strats.
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Old March 27th, 2010, 01:00 AM   #334
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I finally got my furniture moved around where I want and thought I would take a pic to share but with an L-shaped desk easier said than done. So here is a first attempt using photo stitching so there are some rough points but you get the idea...
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Old March 30th, 2010, 01:38 PM   #335
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Nice setup, Bryan! And thanks for keeping this thread alive; I really like seeing other peoples' workstations.

One question: Why do you have two preview monitors? I see one on the left (looks like a computer monitor) and further off the roof (looks like a TV).
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Old March 30th, 2010, 02:21 PM   #336
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Thanks Chris! In answer to your question, I have the 22.5 inch 1080p monitor on my desk that I use for editing preview. The HDTV in the distance, I use for rendered previews, client previews, and watching netflix online or blurays. The photo makes it a little hard to get perspective so I attached the floorplan for my layout. As you can see there is a couch in between the desk and the TV and the video card I use has video and 5.1 audio out via HDMI. The other reason I use the HDTV is to check playback on an actual set.
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Old March 3rd, 2011, 09:49 AM   #337
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Re: Post pics of your setup

I've taken the pictures, but I didn't tidy up - so what you see is what you get - a functional mess! Blue room is edit suite, red room audio studio. The other room is really for voice overs and recording - but is mainly full of even more junk.
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Old March 3rd, 2011, 09:55 PM   #338
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Hey Bryan...

Is that a duplicator next to your machine, or is that external storage??
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Old March 7th, 2011, 09:41 PM   #339
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Re: Post pics of your setup

Hi There Fellow Production Artists,

This thread is really great, It's nice to see how other folks in the trade have their trusty tools custom strewn about their workspace. Some of your setups are marvelous, and since I just stumbled across this thread, I'll take a picture of my completely custom 5600k only lighting workstation where clutter does not exist, holy mackerel, Just looking at some of the workstations makes me scratch my head as to how concentration is achieved, but as they say - to each their own. Just hope those cluttered stations don't inflict a lack of confidence when clients visit.
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Old March 7th, 2011, 10:23 PM   #340
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Re: Post pics of your setup

Well, my new space is coming along. Electrician and HVAC guys were installing today.
Still not quite as large as my "ideal" (wife and city code says I can't take up more space on our lot!) BUT over double what I have now and has it's own bathroom! Ceilings arch from 9' to 12'.
Whole space is 15x23...greenscreen is painted 12' wide, 9' tall and 9' floor with cyc wall transition. Overhead lighting grid and acoustic panels/bass traps plus "cloud" acoustic panels above the GS floor and mix/edit position. The desk is almost 3 times the size of my old one and will easily sit two people. For what I've been doing for the last 3 years, this space will be perfect. Can't wait to move is and I will post pics of the progress as soon as I figure out how to get my pics off my iPhone!
Here's a rough rendering.
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Old March 23rd, 2011, 09:25 AM   #341
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I'll add mine. It may change as I may be switching office buildings soon.
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Old March 29th, 2011, 04:33 PM   #342
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Hey Bryan...

Is that a duplicator next to your machine, or is that external storage??
So I was visiting this old thread and noticed I missed a question. Yes that is a duplicator. It uses an Acard controller and a USB conector that allows me to transfer iso files from my system to it's internal HDD.
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Old April 21st, 2011, 07:51 PM   #343
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Re: Post pics of your setup

Ok folks! Here's the first pic of the completed studio. It's just an iPhone pic as I've been too lazy to bring out my 7D. (I promise to take good pics later!)
Highlights include a 12'x9'x9 painted green screen with cyc wall, overhead lighting grid with fluorescent fixtures (and 1 LED for backlight) teleprompter, pro tools, FCS, Adobe cs5, 32" Sony LED TV, lots of music gear, full bathroom with shower, and of course the beverage cooler with Guiness!
Best part is the commute is about 20 feet from my bedroom! Already done one shoot (emergency) before the room was complete...first official shoot is Monday! First new client meeting is tomorrow!
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Old April 27th, 2011, 11:33 AM   #344
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Here's a few more pics from the first official shoot! Studio works great! Clients loved it and since the lights generated next to no heat, the talent was comfy, happy and required very few makeup fixes!
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Old April 27th, 2011, 12:09 PM   #345
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Re: Post pics of your setup

I like the cans of Guinness etc. in the beer fridge...I think I'll "upgrade" my studio to incorporate a similar feature ;-)

Also, what size light is that big soft box? All in all looks very impressive!
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