Eric Prydz stuido info.

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Post knoxy27 Jun 2009, 10:24

Hi guys,

Saw this pic. of Eric's studio on Twitter. Not knowing much about hardware, just thought you guys might be able to give an insight into Eric's hardware :)

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Post Bimmlu27 Jun 2009, 11:30

That is not Eric's Studio.

Metropolis Studios in London. He rented the studio to watch some Tennis.. :D
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Post jeanp27 Jun 2009, 12:22

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Post knoxy27 Jun 2009, 12:52

My mistake- does anyone know the hardware Prydz typically uses in his productions though ?? Is it logic with a load of hardware and other plugins.........?? I'm sure his setup is amazing given the sheer quailty of his music :) :)

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Post Stroneix27 Jun 2009, 13:27

There's an interview where he talks about his setup. I think he said it's very basic (probably means that it's mostly software) and that he works a lot on his laptop ^^

Maybe i can find the interview later..

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Post husajfa27 Jun 2009, 14:58

only soft (logic+vst) like most of producers atm. he can barely come into the studio and make a track from scratch cause he's travelling all the time that's why he takes his macbook everywhere. no hardware except Korg MS-2000. now it might change a bit but still most is software i guess
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Post julian27 Jun 2009, 15:56

Stroneix wrote:There's an interview where he talks about his setup. I think he said it's very basic (probably means that it's mostly software) and that he works a lot on his laptop ^^

Maybe i can find the interview later..

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Post Housegezeichnet24 Jul 2009, 15:02

but i still doubt his mixes don't get the final studio touch for mixing and mastering....
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Post MikeCasa24 Jul 2009, 23:50

ill be optimistic and say he mixes and masters his own stuff. Prydz's music has "sounded the same" and had its own vibe/style for a while now, id like to think he does the final touches himself, but these days who knows.
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Post julian25 Jul 2009, 19:39

why should prydz lie on an interview for a small internet board?

im sure he does his own mixing/mastering