Equipment List

Console

A 1978 MCI 538B – 38 channels of transformer loaded goodness as heard on classic albums such as Back in Black, Hotel California, Regatta De Blanc, Slave to The Rhythm, A Night at the Opera, Tattoo You, Broken English, Street Survivors, Face Dances, Saturday Night Fever and more. 

Recorders

Audio Capture:
Ableton Live 9, Tracktion 7 or your own laptop/DAW with the Antelope Orion 32 Via USB.
Mackie 24 track hard disk recorder/editor using the Antelope or Apogee convertors.
Tape Recorder:
Tascam 22-4 – 4 track, ¼” reel to reel
AD/DA Converters:
Antelope Orion 32
Apogee AD-16x
Mixdown:
API 2500 bus compressor
API A2D stereo converters.

Outboard Gear
Mic Pres

API 312 (2)
Quad 8 MM312 (2)
Little Labs Lmno-pre
Rola 77 MK III Valve Preamp
Chandler Limited Germ 500 MkII
Drawmer 1969 Mercenary Edition
Drawmer 1960
Sebatron vmp-2000eVU
Joe Meek VC3Q
BBE Guitar Preamp

Dynamics

UBK Fatso
EL8-X Distressor (2)
API 2500
UA 2-1176
Slate Dragon
ADR Compex F760x
Fed +
Drawmer 1969 Mercenary Edition
Drawmer 1960
Valley People 610
Valley People Gain Brain II (2)
Valley People KepexII Noise Gate (2)
DBX-166
FMR Audio RNLA7239
FMR Audio RNC1773
Fostex 3070
Joe Meek MC2
LA Audio CX-2 (2)
LA Audio GX2 Noise Gate
Bellari RP583

EQ
Urei 565 filter set
NEI 342 stereo parametric EQ
Furman PQ-6  stereo parametric EQ

Effects

Lexicon PCM-90 and LXP-1
TC Electronic M-2000
TC Electronic D-Two
Yamaha SPX 990
Yamaha SPX 900
Yamaha SPX90 (2)
Yamaha E1010
Ibanez HD1000
Furman RV-1 Spring
Ibanez SDR-1000
Roland SDE-3000
Roland SDE-1000
Evans EP-150
Deltalab 1024
Effectron ADM1024
Ibanez DM-500
Rocktron Pro-Chorus
Slapback Audio Scintillator
SPL De-Esser
MAM RS-3 Resonator

Microphones

Condenser:
Neumann U-87
Shure KSM-44
Shure KSM 137 (4)
Shure Beta 27 (2)
Shure Beta98AMP (3)
Beyer MC-930 (2)
AKG CK-91 (2)
AKG 414
SE 2200A
DB Tube (2)
Rode NT-1
MXL v67 (2)

Ribbon:
B+O BM-6 (2)
Beyer M-160 (2)
Steffans SB-681 (2)
Reslo (2)
Reslo (2)
Western Electric 639B
Electrovoice V-3

Dynamic:
Sennheiser MD-421 (2)
Shure SM7B
Shure KSM 8 (3)
Shure Beta 52A
Shure Beta 56A
Shure SM-57 (6)
Shure Beta 57A (2)
Shure SM-58 (6)
Shure Beta 91
Shure Beta 91A
Audix D6 (2)
Audix D4
Audix D2 (2)
Audix OM7 (3)
Audix i5
AKG D-112
AKG D-190
Beyer M-201
Beyer M-88 N (C)
Beyer M-380 N (C)
Telefunken M-80
Telefunken TD-20
Yamaha MZ-105 Be (3)

Monitoring/Referencing

Dynaudio BM-15 (Pair)
Yamaha NS-10 (Pair)
Adam A7 (Pair)
Flush mounted Tannoy HPD-12 w/custom crossovers (Pair)
Yamaha PC2002M Professional Series Power Amp
Audio Technica ATH-M50
Beyerdynamic DT-770 Pro
Sennheiser HD-215
Sony MDR V-6

Misc.

Tech 21 Sansamp bass driver
Little Labs Redeye Di/re-amp box
Cloud Lifter CL-2
Radial Pro DI (Stereo)
Harbuch AT-117 DI (Mono)
Audibox USB DI (Stereo)
ARX Phantom Plus (4 Channel)

Instruments
Drums:

70’s Yamaha Drumkit
1964 Ludwig Gold Sparkle Snare
50’s John Grey Autocrat Snare
Various Other Snares
Various Percussion

Electric Guitars:
1973 Fender Telecaster Deluxe
USA Gibson Firebird

Fender Stratocaster (1996 40th Anniversary Model)

1974 Japanese copy Stratocaster

70’s Ovation Preacher Stereo Guitar

Danelectro DC Re-issue
Gretsch Electromatic Lapsteel

Fender Lapsteel
Acoustic Guitars:
Eko 12-string
Daion Small Bodied Parlour 6-string
70’s Japanese Kasuga 6-string

Basses:

1977 Ibanez Eagle Series

Fender P-Bass

Amps:
Roland JC120
Musicman HD-130 head
Fender Hotrod Deluxe
Fender Blues De Ville

Lab System Cage 50

Late 70’s Marshall 50 watt JMP head w/master volume mod

2 x 12 Celestion open back cabinet

4 x 12 Marshall quad box cabinet
Vintage 1950’s Australian made 5watt valve amp
Princeton P.L 5watt Solid State Amp
Drum Machines/Samplers:

Roland TR-505

AKAI MPC-500
Keyboards:
Acoustic upright piano

Hammond L200 w/Leslie 121 cabinet
Roland MP-600 electric piano

Roland RD-700 digital piano
Synths:
Roland Juno 6
DSI Prophet-08
DSI Tetra
Moog Minitaur
Korg Poly800
Yamaha DX27

Midi Keyboards
Soft Synths:
Arturai V Collection
NI Massive, FM8
SoniVox Orchestral Strings

30 or more stompboxes ranging from original 60’s fuzz to modern delays and verbs

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