Here is a list of the equipment I currently own. It will be expanded as I buy more stuff, an unavoidable fact for a gadget junkie like me. Pictures and better descriptions will follow.
1.33 MHz CPU, 768 Mb RAM, 60 Gb hard drive, 14" screen and most important,
it's shiny white. Runs the latest MacOS X.
1.6 MHz 64bit AMD Turion CPU, 1.5 Gb RAM, 100 Gb hard drive, 15" widescreen.
Runs WinXP, Zeta and Solaris.
Soundcraft, Spirit folio Rac Pac
14 channels (2 stereo) and 4 groups. Has lotsa effect sends and returns
Audio Technica, ATM31
Unidirectional electret condenser microphone.
I have two of these nice mics.
AKG, K240 Studio
Alesis, Monitor 1 active mk2
Sounds just great. Got very good review in SOS magazine.
TC, Triple C
Mighty cool compressor
Quite affordable multieffect (owns 2 of them ;o) with good sound
Connected to my iBook via firewire. 8 balanced analog inputs/outputs. SPDIF in/out. MIDI in/out.
Fully balanced send/return jacks on input channels 1 and 2. Slightly pricey for home use, but I like it.
M-Audio, Audiophile 24/96
PCI card, 2 analog I/O, spdif I/O, MIDI I/O. Unfortunatley, the analog I/O is not balanced.
I just own this card, I don't use it anymore.
Old FM synth from the late 80's
Roland, Juno 106
Das analog machine, say no more
Alesis first rack unit
Yamaha, Motif rack
Needs no comment, I guess
Rack unit version of Juno alpha 1
Controller unit for MKS50
Aria Pro II, Heritage
Was cheep, but nice to play on. Equipped with 3 pickups
- Late 80's Ibanez (neck)
- Seymour Duncan SH-4 Jeff Beck (bridge)
- Roland GK-3 MIDI pickup (really bridgy)
Both analog pickups can be switched between humbucker and single-coil mode.
Late 70's model, cool design, not playable due to twisted neck
Carlsbro, Hornet 15
Little 15W combo amp with kinda raw sound.
Unfortunatley it lacks a builtin spring reverb unit.
Carl Martin, The Fuzz
Digitech, Genesis 3
Amp modelling, effects
Line 6, Tone core Constrictor
Classic stuff indeed. Jimi Hendrix used those
MIDI interface. This unit generates MIDI notes from the guitar via the GK-3 pickup.
Late 70's model, cool design
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Saturday, 08-Apr-2006 12:39:48 PDT
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