Show us your setup - What are your gear and favorite plugins?

Dr. Artil
Dr. Artil Bulgaria, Cyprus, NetherlandsMember Posts: 3 Sine
edited January 17 in Social Club

Hey there

Introduce yourself, like DJ, musician or producer. Show your production to the community, show us a photo of your setup.

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  • Dr. Artil
    Dr. Artil Bulgaria, Cyprus, NetherlandsMember Posts: 3 Sine

    Just because I started the topic, I'll start first.

    My name is Mike (Mihail). Bulgarian. DJ-producer and entertainer. Most of the ppl knows me as Dr. Artik.

    I am also administrator of the Bulgarian Traktor facebook community.

    I am an addicted Traktor user since 2001. Also a hudge Battery fan. I think Battery is the best drum sample VSTi ever created

    DAW: Cubase, Ableton

    Favorite VSTi: Omnispehe, Battery, Serum, Kontakt.

    Favorite VST: All sonox plugs, Most of the waves compressors and limiters, the FAB filter bundle, the lexicon reverbs and etc.

    I'll be happy to know whit what HW and software you are working guys.

    Best regards from Bulgaria!

    Mike https://drartik.com

  • Matt_NI
    Matt_NI BerlinAdministrator Posts: 796 admin

    Hey @Dr. Artil

    Just wanna make sure but wouldn't that be sort of the "come say hello" thread here: https://community.native-instruments.com/discussion/27/come-say-hello

    Perhaps we should do a show your set-up thread here instead? What do you think?

  • Ohm13th
    Ohm13th CaliforniaMember Posts: 1 Noise

    These days, I use my Maschine Mk3, JAM and M32 with my Win10 MSI laptop. My Maschine Studio, S8 and Audio6 are used with a Mac Mini.

    I've included a photo of my MIDI Mothership setup in my previous home. Unfortunately, all was lost in the 2018 Camp Wildfire. After fire, I began using new Net Name, Will Kaal.

    With help from FEMA and friends, I've found an apartment, bought a laptop and a used Mk3 and JAM, new M32 - and now I'm creating new beatz.

    DAW: Bitwig, Maschine

    Fav VSTi: Reaktor, Kontakt, Arcade

    SoundCloud: https://soundcloud.com/will_kaal



  • VisionarySoundSystem
    VisionarySoundSystem Garden of EnglandMember Posts: 2 Noise

    Greetings & salutations.

    VisionarySoundSystem here from the Garden of England.

    Hardware is Maschine Studio & Komplete M32.

    Daw is either Maschine or Samplitude ProX6 Studio.

    I'm just a hobbyist who loves to spend my free time making or listening to new music.

    Peace, Love, Justice & Respect . . . .

  • Udizisser
    Udizisser Member Posts: 5 Sine

    Hey

    Udi Audio here!

    I'm doing plugins and virtual instruments tutorials and reviews plus managing few communities around music production. My home studio is the best room in the house so I spend most of my time there exploring sounds and working on new tutorials. You are welcome to check out my channel UDI Audio with tons of NI related reviews.

    My studio and gear:

    Komplete Kontrol S49, SPL Crimson v3 audio interface, AT4040,SM57, Behringer Odyssey synth.

    DAW: Cubase 11 Pro, FL Studio

    Komplete 12 collector edition

    Endless list of plugins and virtual instruments..


  • Nico_NI
    Nico_NI BerlinAdministrator Posts: 795 admin

    Hey @Dr. Artil, as we already have a thread for introducing yourself, I've changed your title to 'Show your setup' so we can enjoy a little bit of a different content here 😉

  • Wyley
    Wyley CanadaMember Posts: 236 Saw
    edited January 13
    My Traktor setup at home changes weekly.

    This is for home.



    This is my standalone (no software) setup.  It works almost like Traktor with standalone fx and loop recorder.  

    I’m using Abelton Link from my denon to sync my loop station via link to midi from my iPhone.  It’s works perfect.


    Daw = Reason and GarageBand 

    Too much gear to list lol.
  • Wyley
    Wyley CanadaMember Posts: 236 Saw

    That’s excellent 😆

    My first year in high school they had Atari computers for music class.

  • JesterMgee
    JesterMgee AustraliaMember Posts: 677 Saw

    To date myself, my high school in Australia had a BBC Computer room. Granted it was soon replaced with an updated mac room but I remember those green screened tanks and hours of programming code to move a triangle round the screen.

    My above image is actually not far from my first DAW setup but it was a DOS based computer I bought with my first coin job. I did have a C64 as a kid but my parents were never rich enough to invest in an Amstrad or even a disk drive for my C64, I was lucky to even have what I had.

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