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what an amazing post ! i've watched all the pics... and the desktops ...
seems that one will be mine soon... i'm waiting for the Mac World....perhaps a revision...

Nice thread !
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I'm not sure why one of the MODs didn't make this a stickey yet... hello??
     
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They'll make this a sticky as soon as they make the Powermac Pictures thread a sticky, we're still behind a few pages.
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Jan 13, 2005, 10:27 AM
 
Not sure if this has been posted yet or not (search is broken) but here is Matthew Good's PowerBook setup:


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Jan 13, 2005, 12:36 PM
 
Originally posted by dphotos.org:
what an amazing post ! i've watched all the pics... and the desktops ...
seems that one will be mine soon... i'm waiting for the Mac World....perhaps a revision...

Nice thread !
Still waiting?

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Jan 13, 2005, 02:02 PM
 
Originally posted by netjammer:
I'm using a couple of Powerbook G4's. A 12" & 15" for my midi sequencing...

The a nice setup, looks a nice place to work/chill

+ a DX7 too /me drools

Out of interest, what's in the racks, and what's the keyboard on the wall (behind the PB15").
     
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2nd page!!!! You powerbook users should be ashamed!!!!
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Jan 19, 2005, 02:04 PM
 
Originally posted by sheer:
The a nice setup, looks a nice place to work/chill

+ a DX7 too /me drools

Out of interest, what's in the racks, and what's the keyboard on the wall (behind the PB15").
All that stuff, an you drool over a DX7!?
     
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Jan 23, 2005, 01:31 AM
 
Sorry for the crappy picture. It was taken with my V600 (the only camera I have):



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Jan 23, 2005, 01:05 PM
 
Originally posted by Pål:
here is my mac:
http://www.eurofoto.no/show_image_st...&dx=580&dy=296

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You got some very nice photos in there. I especially liked the "urban-like" ones. Welcome to the forum also. Cheers.

Hmm. BTW, what camera do you use? I am a little n00b in photography but interested to learn more. (Waiting for my ordered Minolta DiMAGE Z10 to arrive. )

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Jan 24, 2005, 12:22 AM
 
the new addition to the family. a 5.9 lb bundle of joy!



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Sigh, I still love the Pismo! God bless it! It was a beautiful machine!
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Originally posted by echosphere:
Sigh, I still love the Pismo! God bless it! It is a beautiful machine!
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You ARE thinking about your machine. I WAS thinking about mine. May it rest in peace.
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Jan 24, 2005, 11:35 PM
 
If I ever dig my PowerBook 540c out of the closet, I'll have to post Pics - It's in great shape, even if it is just on OS 7.5.3
     
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Originally posted by IceEnclosure:
the new addition to the family. a 5.9 lb bundle of joy!
Yes, Pismo is so good looking... and you have my all time favourite CRT display !
     
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Originally posted by Spheric Harlot:
All that stuff, an you drool over a DX7!?
horses for courses my friend

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A new addition to my Aluminum family, my first 15" 1.2Ghz Powerbook.

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Originally posted by GoCats:
Um, so what's the trick to posting an image?? I click on the image button but nothing happens. The other buttons (eg link, email, etc) bring up a 'sheet', but image does nothing. What am I doing wrong??
you must host your image on a seperate web server than control+click or right click, open image in new window, and copy and paste that address between two img tags.
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Here is my new workspace... new b/c of the 23" screen! BTW, for anyone else who has the 23" screen, have you noticed a severe color-shift on the far edges (left and right) of the screen?? I'm thinking about taking it in to get checked out. It's pretty noticeable.

Anyway, here are my pics:



     
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Jan 26, 2005, 02:20 AM
 
Thanks for your help!

Originally posted by MrForgetable:
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Jan 28, 2005, 01:18 AM
 
I have some better pictures to share now (my girlfriend just got a digital camera). I don't quite have a "setup" yet, so I'll just share some pics of the PB itself.









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Jan 28, 2005, 01:34 AM
 
Ugh, the only thing worse than really poorly lit photos are very large, poorly lit photos.

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Jan 28, 2005, 12:34 PM
 
Originally posted by mrgaskell:
Here is my current setup...until about midnight.

This is at a local coffee shop in town called the Monkey Bean. Cool place, located off of 24th and Broadway. Free Wi-Fi, good food, great chai, and very Mac-centric.
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You can see my Powebook on the left, behind the keyboard.


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Originally posted by Randman:
Ugh, the only thing worse than really poorly lit photos are very large, poorly lit photos.
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Originally posted by IceEnclosure:
the new addition to the family. a 5.9 lb bundle of joy!
very nice. i know that feeling: i just acquired a clamshell 3 days ago
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You mean a toilet seat 3.
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Here's my set up in "music mode":

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Nice pic, but I can't look at it without imagining your powerbook falling off of the arm of the couch and hitting the floor. Quick, man run over there and move it before it falls
     
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Originally posted by Kuwago:
Here's my set up in "music mode":
Cool! How do you like the Mbox?
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Here's mine

     
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Hey Manchungster,

Cool setup. How do you like that dell monitor? I am trying to decide between that monitor and the Apple 20in which is $250 more. What made you go for the Dell monitor?

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Cool setup. How do you like that dell monitor? I am trying to decide between that monitor and the Apple 20in which is $250 more. What made you go for the Dell monitor?

Thanks for the pic.
I love it. There is the small issue of backlighting but it is not anything crazy for me. As for the reason why Dell over apple, it was easier to justify laying out that coin on the dell in price. The quality and reviews were good and I had mulled over it for a looonngg time. It just seemed better bang for the buck over all, imo.

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Originally posted by Kdog01:
Hey Manchungster,

Cool setup. How do you like that dell monitor? I am trying to decide between that monitor and the Apple 20in which is $250 more. What made you go for the Dell monitor?

Thanks for the pic.
I love it. There is the small issue of backlighting but it is not anything crazy for me. As for the reason why Dell over apple, it was easier to justify laying out that coin on the dell in price. The quality and reviews were good and I had mulled over it for a looonngg time. It just seemed better bang for the buck over all, imo.

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Originally posted by mrgaskell:
Here is my current setup...until about midnight.

     
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It's perfect for the Powerbook. I have my turntables hooked up when I need to scratch/mix something. I sometimes use it while I'm on the train to do sound editing. I just have a USB cable coming out of my backpack. The Mbox acts as a key to open up ProTools LE. Can't run it without the Mbox.

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Originally posted by mrgaskell:
This is at a local coffee shop in town called the Monkey Bean. Cool place, located off of 24th and Broadway. Free Wi-Fi, good food, great chai, and very Mac-centric.
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Originally posted by TailsToo:
I miss NY - you can't find anyplace with much personality in Dallas!
i think im going to get that place out, maybe go to the apple store in soho, then go up to that coffe place...looks nice
     
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Added some gear to my setup since my last post...
• iPod photo (40GB)
• iPod shuffle (1GB)
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iPod shuffle + Vyper gallery
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CarbonG4 - what's your impression of the Vyper M Sleeve?
     
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Dumb question coming guys... but there are no dumb quesitons right? HA, ok here goes... i'm seeing a lot of expensive audio/mixing/w/e equiptment in these pictures. I'm assuming some of these setups cost up to 5 maybe 10grand (including the pb's). Now, i love music and making my own music just as much as the next guy, but that seems like a lot of cash to get high quality music. I'd gladly just grab a keyboard and plug my guitar in to garage band and mix it up. Can you guys tell me what you use your effects for? Seems like it's only reasonable to pump all that money into a system if your producing for money. Of course if I had money to burn i'd probly do the same, but like most ppl i don't . Please feel free to let me know what's up! It all looks so cool and i'd to see what it's used for. Thanks in advance guys!
     
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Originally posted by smhub1:
CarbonG4 - what's your impression of the Vyper M Sleeve?
It's great for just throwing into a backpack when on campus or whatever. It seems to offer enough protection while chillin w/ some books but you just can't throw it around real rough. I'd say if you generally take good care of your stuff this is all the case you'll need, if you tend to throw stuff around a lot I'd look for another solution.

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Originally posted by TailsToo:
I miss NY - you can't find anyplace with much personality in Dallas!
I'm sorry. That's in Denver, not NY!
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just an update:



i'm still messing around with the setup. the PB stays under the CD; the clamshell is pretty much a prop; the G5 is at my workplace.

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Originally posted by teknopimp:
just an update:



i'm still messing around with the setup. the PB stays under the CD; the clamshell is pretty much a prop; the G5 is at my workplace.
the ibook looks like its hanging off the desk!
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