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Check out the rack!  One of these days I'll get around to filling in the rest of the pictures. (Given that I've had that phrase up since 1998 and have sold most of the equipment, it's never going to happen.)

Roland JV-1080
Emu ESi-32
Ensoniq ESQm
Alesis D4
Alesis DM5
Music Quest 8Port/SE
Novation BassStation
Korg DW-8000
Roland Juno-106
Proteus MPS+
Alesis MidiVerb 4 x 2
Sony HR-MP5
Roland TD-5 trap kit
JLCooper FaderMaster
Alesis 3630
Mackie LM-3204
Tascam PB-32P x 2
Boss SD-2
Tascam DA-30mkII
KRK 7000 x 2
Alesis Point Seven x 2
Peavey PC 2.6 C
 
Kehtron monster game...
...er, I mean music machine
Windows 98

"The Upgrade"

it kicks royal ass
Pentium II 400 w/128 MB RAM, 13 GB HD
19" monitor
Sound Blaster Live! Platinum
64MB 3Dfx Voodoo5
2x DVD
8x/4x/32x CD/CDR/CDRW
56kflex/V.90 modem
DSL modem
Epson 740C
Wingman Extreme
Sidewinder force feedback wheel
 
Numark CDN-34
Numark DM1200

Gear Wanted List

Nothing.  Nada.  Zilch.  Well, ok.  If someone just dropped an Emu E4X Turbo in my lap, or accidentally left a JP-8000 at my door, or just went and gave me a silver Porsche, well, I wouldn't mind. Actually, I bought myself a silver Porsche--never mind.



What my studio used to look like.   Those squarish blobs of colored gas were always annoying.  So was the basement.
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What my studio looks like today.  Notice the chic lighting, the window, the wall to wall carpeting... the same cheap-ass digital camera...
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