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Home studio bass monitor.

Discussion in 'Recording Gear and Equipment [BG]' started by zxcvbs, Dec 7, 2013.

  1. zxcvbs

    zxcvbs

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    Hi i plan to simplify a little my setup.
    Want to record guitars, voices, and guitar here. Dont want to have practice or dedicated amps/fx.

    Just a sound card, nuendo/renoise or another daw, and a pair of monitors to do recordings, live fx monitoring.

    Does this will work on sound quality?
    I have to buy a pair of monitor was thinking of krk rp 6.
    My current setup:
    Focusrite Saffire Pro 24 (Actually i like its preamp quality compared to the fast track i have).
    Senheiser HD 202.

    Using a pair of monitors, playing a guitar, bass, and some sample drums, will all be sound defined, or it will be a sounding mess?
    I have a zoom b3 dont like the effects on general that i get. Neither i like too much how guitar rig sounds. Will monitors improve something? How does compares virtual fx like amplitube, guitar rig, overloud to a dedicated processor like zoom b3, boss b series?
    Dont want to buy the speakers to prove that im wrong.

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