My Home Studio
I love making music and creating sounds on my synths. I'm using the following equipment:
One of the newest musical gear I have purchased is the Akai S01 MIDI digital sampler. It's an 8 voice
polyphonic sampler, using 16 bits sampling technique and 32 kHz sampling frequency. It's equipped with a 3.5"
HD floppy drive and can load samples from the Akai S1000 sound library.
The Yamaha CS1X Control Synthesizer is specially designed with an intuitive,
interactive user interface through lots of dedicated panel controls and sound editing features which can easily
be manipulated in realtime during performance.
The Roland MC-303 Groovebox presents new creative approaches to dance music.
With its 120 Preset patterns and an awesome 448 Tones and 12 Drum sets, the MC-303 has everything to
get you up and grooving within seconds.
The Roland XP-50 Music Workstation has great sound which is the same as the acclaimed rack
mount synth JV-1080.
In addition, it has a capability of adding up to 4 expansion boards to expand patches, waves, and drum sets.
At the moment I have the DANCE Expansion Board, the
EXPERIENCE Expansion Board, the VINTAGE SYNTH Expansion Board and
the TECHNO COLLECTION Expansion Board.
I use my Roland D-20 not much anymore. Sometimes I use some of the fine Basses and Pads.
Zoom Studio 1201
The Zoom Studio 1201 is a digital reverb and multi-effect processor offering a total of 363 preset
effect patterns (11 effects x 3 banks x 11 variations). It uses a sampling frequency of 44.1 kHz and 18-bit
A/D and D/A converters.
All this equipment is hooked up to my computer using a MidiMan PortMan 2x4.
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