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« on: July 21, 2017, 06:41:06 AM »




http://news.traxsource.com/articles/1978/in-the-studio-w-deep-house-legend-jimpster
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• Mac Book Pro running Logic 9
• Steven Slate Virtual Console Collection / Virtual Buss Compressors / Virtual Tape Machines
• NI Komplete
• Spectrasonics Trillian
• RME Fireface UC soundcard
• Adam A7 and Sub8 Monitoring
• Roland TR808, TR909, TR606
• Roland Juno 106, Super JX
• ARP 2600
• Voyetra Eight
• Fender Rhodes Mark 1
• Waldorf Blofeld
• Roland RE201 Space Echo
• Electro Harmonix Memory Man
• Mutron Bi-Phase
• Lexicon MPX1
• Joe Meek VC3
• Alpha Recording System 3500 3-band Crossover
• Technics 1200 deck
• Vestak PDX-2000 deck
• A&H Xone 22 mixer
• Shure M44G carts