Studio with many new and old synthesizers, Eurorack modular synth, guitars, basses, effects pedals, mastering equipment, turntable DJ setup.
I had been DJing house parties for about three years for fun and was invited to spin at a full-fledged rave for money! This was my first professional gig but I had no idea I would be DJing for about 400 people. It was an experience that solidified my love for rave culture and saw me continue to make this a worthwhile side profession.
Future Sound Of London, Incredible String Band, My Bloody Valentine
In 1996 I purchased a Roland XP-80 Synthesizer to begin my career as an electronic music producer. To this day, I still use this synthesizer as the master keyboard in my studio.
Audio Passion in One Sentence
In the studio my equipment have become my friends; their secrets revealed to me through years of tweaking knobs and searching for a new sound.
Great Audio Geeks love discussing and sharing pictures of their high-end audio gear, favorite music, and all the latest innovations. For most great audio geeks, their taste in audio gear exceeds their budget. They are never satisfied. Hearing something new in a favorite recording thanks to a new DAC, headphone, or cable fuels their desire to learn, discover, and experience more great sound.
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