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tim's atari studio? (2003)
« on: January 23, 2016, 04:28:51 PM »
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Sequencer:
Atari Mega STE with Cubase Score

Keyboard:
Casio CTK-1000 is a synthesizer, too

Synthesizers:
Yamaha EMT-10
Yamaha TG100
Yamaha FB-01
Yamaha TG500
Yamaha TG77
Roland U110
Roland MT-32
Kawai K4r
Kawai GMega
Atari Falcon030 with ACE MIDI soft-synth

Effect units:
Zoom Studio 1201
ART Multiverb LT
Phonic Verbifex
Sound enhancers:
Behringer SNR2002 Denoiser
Behringer Ultrafex II

Mixer:
Behringer MX1604a

Recording:
Atari Falcon030 with Soundpool Audio Tracker

I'm using the following software:
Steinberg Cubase Audio,
Soundpool Audio Tracker,
New Beat ACE MIDI,
NewWave Falcon,
FiveToFive

Your own studio
You have now been on a journey with my own studio as well as some others. Hopefully this will encourage you to build your own studio, or make your present studio a better creative place to work in. There are many Atari MIDI forum members that have small to very large professional studios but still use Atari in their set-up. I also encourage those who have boxed up their Ataris to move on to "new" technology, to unbox them and use them in the studio for what they were intended: as tools for music. With all the great software available, this is now a reality. Time to make music!