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richard earnshaw
« on: July 21, 2017, 06:56:42 AM »

http://news.traxsource.com/articles/234/earnshaw-opens-up-duffnote-towers

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Apple IMAC (running Logic and Protools + various software plugins)
Apple G4 (massively ancient, but useful for all the old archive data DATS etc)
SSL X-Desk
SSL X-Patch
Focusrite Sapphire Liquid 56
Presonus Tubepre
Presonus Comp16
TL Audio EQ2
TFPro P38EX
Digitech Studio Quad v2

KRK VXT6 (coupled with sub)
JBL Control 1 (driven by Alesis RA500 amp)

EMU E6400
Akai S3000XL
GEM Promega 3
Clavia Nordrack
Alesis Micron
Korg Prophecy
Roland JX8P (with PG800 programmer)
Alesis SR16
Yamaha SY85
Oberheim Matrix 1000
Roland XV3080
EMU Proteus
Novation Supernova

Samson S-Phone
Tascam DA20 mkII