Past Gear List

  • Roland TB-303 - Still have it and love it. Midified or Devil Fished it's even more fun.
  • Roland Jupiter 4 - I was maybe too young for this. Sold.
  • Roland TR-808 - freaky, funky thing. Too expensive, was replaced by a sampler. Sold.
  • Roland TR-909 - Techno Toy. Too expensive, was replaced by a sampler. Sold.
  • Doepfer MAQ 16/3 - Analog Sequenzer, for absolut geaks. No chance for me. Sold.
  • Doepfer MS-404 - Nice little analog... needed the money more than the sound. Sold.
  • Korg Prophecy - interesting thing. Only monophonic. Belonged to a friend.
  • Roland MC-202 - Not half as cool as the 303. With Midi this could be cool. Sold.
  • Roland SH-1000 - Inherited from my father. Sounds nice. Unfortunately damaged.
  • Yamaha CS1x - Boring, bad performance. Sold.
  • Akai MPC-2000 - Ingenius machine. Only the newer ones are better. Obsolete. Sold.
  • Behringer 24 Channel Rackmixer - Cheap, works. Good to start with. Sold.
  • Yamaha 03D Digitalmixer - EQs and FX suck. Total Recall ROCKS! Obsolete. Sold.
  • Alesis Midiverb 4 - Lovely delays. Good value for money. Obsolete. Sold.
  • Studioquad - Double Stereo MultiFX. Nothing special. Obsolete. Sold.
  • Access Virus A - Virus will always be Virus. Belonged to a friend.
  • Doepfer Modularsystem - Some characteristic modules. For geeks. Sold.
  • Access Virus B - Again a great machine. Replaced by a TI. Sold.
  • Akai S5000 - Fat Sampler. Today you use a laptop. Obsolete. Sold.
  • Akai MPC-2000XL - Great solid machine. Obsolete. Sold.
  • Clavia Nord Modular Rack - Needs time and patience. Sounds good. Sold.
  • Yamaha 02R Digitalmixer - EQs and FX suck. Total Recall ROCKS! Obsolete. Sold.
  • Korg Microkorg - Nice little toy. Better buy a bigger Korg. Sold.
  • TC- Electronic Finalizer - All in one mastering tool. Today you use plugins. Sold.
  • Akai MPC-4000 - Great concept. Akai wasted it. buggy, never did what should. Sold.
  • TL-Audio C1 - Tube Compressor. Good preamp. Compressor sound disapointing. Sold.
  • SPL Tube Vitalizer MKII - Exciter. Sounds sometimes good. Sold.
  • Emprical Labs FATSO - Warmifier.. Didn't use it enought to keep it. Sold
  • Cransong STC-8 - Very transparent Compressor. Sold
  • RME Digi 96 Pad - Shitty converters, good latency. Obsolete. Sold.
  • RME Digiface - Good performance. Sold.
  • RME Fireface 800 - Good converters for the price. Sold.
  • RME Fireface 400 - Good converters for the price. Great mobile Interface. Sold.
  • M-Audio Midisport 4x4 - Could live with it. M-Audio though. Sold
  • M-Audio Axiom 61 - Good concept. No 64 bit drivers planed. Shame on M-Audio. Sold.
  • M-Audio X-Session UC-17 - Nice toy. Given away.
  • Akai MPC-1000 - Too limited for my taste. Sold.
  • Access Virus TI - Great concept and performance. Harsh sound as all Virus. Sold.
  • Roland Juno 106 - Warm sound, but needed the money more. Sold.
  • Mackie Control Universal - Cool thing to control cubase. Noisy. Sold.
  • Novation Zero SL - Great concept. Was too big for me. Sold
  • Novation Nocturn - For the prize probably the best piece of gear I've ever bought.
  • Clavia Nord Modular G2 Rack - no knobs no keys. Sounds great. needs to get used to.
  • Clavia Nord Rack 2x -  Nice subtle, high quality, simply virtual analog synthesizer. Sold.
  • UAD-1 - Great Plugins, far to little power. Sold.
  • UAD-2 Duo - Still great Plugins, enough power, far too expensive. Sold.
  • UAD-2 Satellite - Still great Plugins, enough power, far too expensive. Sold.
  • UAD-2 Express - Still great Plugins, enough power, for portable use.
  • Dynaudio BM6A - Sound beautiful and Warm.. therefore not exactly accurate.
  • Steinberg CC121 - Good controller for Cubase, little options missing.
  • Apogee Duet - Very very good sound
  • Apogee Duet 2 - Very very good sound
  • Avantone Mixcubes - Need to get used to them