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u/DrChiz · 12 pointsr/PKA

Kyle's Setup

Microphone (Shure SM7B) -

That runs into a clean gain booster, Cloudlifter (I didn't know he wasn't running this since he got his Shure in 2014. Once I learned that, I had him get one and he's been running that for about a month and a half now)

Which goes into his mixer:

Now if someone wanted to run this setup, I would say don't get the Behringer, they have problems but most of the time they're fine. But you want to get a Focusrite Scarlett or Mackie Onyx (I recommend the Onyx but they're both fucking great, used both, currently running the Mackie in my new studio setup)

Taylor's Setup

Same exact setup as Kyle, even though I told them to get him this Blue Micrphone TUBE arm:

It's a way better arm. Kyle is using the standard Rode arm & either that's what Taylor's got now or he's using a super cheap ass one. But no way that cheap ass one would work with the Shure's weight, so he probably got a rode. But I recommended they both get the Blue tube arm.

Woody's Setup

Microphone (Electro-Voice RE20):

His preamp/mixer is all in his rack that's mounted with his PC which is down by his knee. I forget what he's using cause it's been many, many years since he built that thing.

The microphone arm he is using is the cadillac of microphone studio boom arms the K&M 23860:


The Shure SM7B and Electro-Voice RE20 are the gold standard for radio and podcast production in studios. You can't go wrong. But if you get the SM7B then you need a pre-amp or something that's going to give you an additional 20-40db of clean gain.

If you don't have that Cloudlifter and just use it with that mixer, then you have to crank the fuck out of the gain which greatly increases and raises your noies floor. So you'll be audible and sound good, but you'll still get lots of white noise/background noise.

In my setup it's the Shure SM7B, Mackie Onyx, Cloudlifter, Blue Mic arm and quality XLR cables. When I plan to expand and add more microphones to do several people in studio productions. I'll create a rack unit VERY similar to what Lefty is currently running. With an electricity conditioner and the same preamp he has that I researched on my own and it's perfect for getting the clean gain added that you need so you don't need the cloud.

u/godmin · 5 pointsr/PKA

First off, I'd like to confirm that this is your motherboard.

If it is, you can see from the page there that the socket is AM3+, so you'll want to find a processor that fits this socket. If you look at pcpartpicker, you can easily find processors that fit these specification.

(hopefully that link works, it should processors that fit the AM3+ socket type, make sure that is checked on the right side of the screen)

Ok, so here comes the recommendation. I highly recommend the 8350, as it is one of the processors that rivals intel's chips most commonly used for gaming. You shouldn't have any problems playing any games on it, as your GPU will most likely be the bottleneck.

I'm also inclined to ask the wattage on your power supply, and who the manufacturer is. You wouldn't want to put a more intensive processor and risk everything because of a power supply that isn't adequate. You should be fine, seeing as you currently have a 660 installed, but please do a check to make sure you'll be ok installing a new CPU. I would recommend any power supply made by a well-known manufacturer, above 450-500 watts.

u/never4getf150forums · 2 pointsr/PKA

You won't regret it, but honestly. I would've gone for this version instead..

it's slightly bigger, but the same exact model. And easier to hold and better overall :)

if you want you can cancel it and purchase it, up to you however.

u/T-HO-THA-MALE-HOOKER · 3 pointsr/PKA

i am reading these two books, and i just ordered this book ( like 3 days ago and am gonna start reading it soon. also i started playing wow in early sept so i will skim the official mop strat guide just as some extra help once in a while. in school we just finished catcher in the rye and its pretty cool and mind altering.

u/[deleted] · 2 pointsr/PKA

They have the Radix One wallet found here.

I personally didn't hear it mentioned on the show, I think I may have missed it, but after seeing it on the sub I believed it and bought one and it's fucking great.

It's like 1/4th the size of my wallet & it's smaller than you'd think. Only issue I guess could be that if you don't have enough cash there is a chance it can slip out, I had 2 5's slip out in my pocket somehow. So I put a couple extra 1's in there to make it harder to slip out. OR you can put cash in with the cards, I'll probably do that next time as it looks cleaner too.

edit: Also I might try one of these soon.

u/LolFishFail · 1 pointr/PKA

This is the one I have, assuming you're US.

It holds one litre of water, is easy to clean and doesn't make water / juice taste like plastic. One of the best value purchases I've got, since I used it every single day and cost £10.

u/o0Brilliance0o · 1 pointr/PKA

Thanks for your reply! I like the RE20 package, the mic itself sounds crisp and with post-processing, absolutely tantalizing. For the mixer, I agree with the switch to the Scarlett Focusrite Solo. Is it necessary to pick up a preamp as well? I'm looking at the Cloudlifter CL-1 which has received glowing reviews.

u/SupQuinny · 1 pointr/PKA

MSI NVIDIA GEFORCE RTX 2070 SUPER VENTUS OC Graphics Card '8GB GDDR6, 1785MHz, 3x DisplayPort, HDMI, Dual Fan Cooling System'

About to do this upgrade, will this do ?

u/MCAcroniis · 3 pointsr/PKA

Woody used to use AKG Q701 headphones (

Now I believe he uses a similar headphone but a version with a microphone, I assume these AKG HSD271 (

Hope this helps!
Edit: formatting

u/AustinRivers25 · 1 pointr/PKA

I am reading American Sniper (which has a movie adaptation coming out). It is the autobiography of Chris Kyle, a sniper with the most confirmed kills in US Military history (150), he talks about his childhood, and his missions in Iraq. He shots he has had to take, the friends he's lost...

I read and definitely recommend A Brief History of Time: The Updated and Expanded Tenth Anniversary Edition by Stephen Hawkings. As you can tell by the name of the book it talks about the universe, black holes, the possibility of worm holes/white holes. Stephen Hawking really knows how to write a book.

I have yet to get to it, but I recommend The Divine Comedy (written in the 1300s). It is an Epic Poem about Dante Alighieri travels through Hell (Inferno), Purgatory (Purgatorio), and Heaven (Paradiso).

Edit: Does someone hate these books?

u/Nugrun · 3 pointsr/PKA

This was the one they both bought. Woody eventually got a different one though.

u/Likwidkat · 3 pointsr/PKA

Try this next time: []()

Put the text in the brackets[] and link in the parenthesis (). You get this.

u/DeanRich620 · 4 pointsr/PKA

If I remember correctly I think he said it was a Kershaw Leek

u/Sean4589 · 1 pointr/PKA

Woody showed it in a video before I don’t know if this is the exact one but it’s close

u/gdyevoich · 1 pointr/PKA

Power Press Push Up - Complete...

I got one myself. I can’t do too many push ups without hurting my wrists. This thing lets me do a lot more push ups with zero pain.