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Joey Kay
« on: December 03, 2015, 02:32:41 PM »
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Some of the tools I currently use are 3 Ensoniq EPS (12 Bit) samplers, an Ensoniq Mirage (8 Bit sampler), anything and everything on computer, VST-I and drum modules. I also use a lot of comprehensive monitoring for playback of audio (A/B situations… usually more like A/B/C/D monitoring) and a few outboard and MIDI Mixers.

ensoniq EPS Sampler
ensoniq Mirage