Studio & Equipements

I was always ready to experiment. That was part of the fun of engineering back then. All you had were tape machines to introduce time-based effects. There were no digital delays or reverbs. So what you had essentially were tape machines and echo chambers. You had to find creative ways to get new sounds.

Alan Parson

Quality

Gearslutz is our religion

Ideas

All about this

Attention

We know what do you need

Microphones

Neumann TLM 103, Nady Ribbon Mod, Beyerdynamic M201 (2x), EV RE 320, Oktava Mk012 (2x), Rode M3, Rode NT1, Sennheiser MD 421, Shure SM57 (4x), Shure SM58 (3x), SE Electronics Se1Aa (2x).

Outboard & Converter

Api 512c, A-Designs EM Blue, Avalon vt 737 sp, Neve 1073 LB, Joemeek six q, Drawmer 1968, Elysia Xpressor 500, Safe Sound Dynamic Toolbox, Radial Pro48 Actieve, Presonus Bluetube, L.r Bagg Aco, Palmer Reamp Box

Apogee Ensemble, Apogee Rosetta 800

Mixer

Soundcraft Delta 16 (Modified)

Recorders

Mac Pro, Macbook Pro, Logic 10,  Ableton 9, Revox A77  2 track tape recorder, Zoom H2N

Additional Instruments

Pearl Master Studio + Ufip set, Rullante Premiere Heavy-Rock 9, Rullante Pearl Chad Smith, Fender Stratocaster USA 1980, Fender Telecaster Mex, Ibanez Talman, Yamaha APX, Moog Subphatty, Elektron Digitakt, Elektron Analog Keys, Nord Lead 4, Crumar DP-50, Alesis Drum Pad.

Other Signal Processor

Moog Mf 103 phaser, Eventide Space, Eventide Pitch Factor, Korg Kaos Pad 3, Digitech Studio Multifx, Midiverb III, Marshall JMP-1, Line6 DL4, ZVEX Box of rock.