Hard-Core Gear Porn Friday!!!
This is a special edition of Hard-Core Gear Porn Friday, where we bring it on home. Yup, one of our own is featured this week. Here you see the birthplace of all things Audio Damage, the studio/office of a certain Adam Schabtach. Thankfully, I talked him in to selling his Mackie mixer recently, else I'd have to make fun of him, and I'm reasonably certain that wouldn't Increase Shareholder Value. In any case, you can see Adam's Monster MOTM and DIY Modular hovering in the corner. In the rack on the left are various and sundry Devices of the sort that are frequently used for making and/or effecting sound.
Under the red 'n' white flag/cozy is our Bi-Phase, from the loins of which sprang the soon-to-arrive bouncing baby Phase Two. You'll just have to trust me on that. Adam and I are both of the "you can never have too many computers" school of thought. You'll note there are three CPUs in the photo (just behind the Bi-Phase is a Thermaltake Tower Of Power.) That's the half of the room that _doesn't_ have a lot of computers in it. When I finally show you my studio, you'll be stunned stupid by the shear volume of computers I have. It's slightly ridiculous.
Anyways, that's what it looks like when you stay at home working on plug-ins all day. My studio is similar. My modular is smaller, and there's less cabling running hither and yon, but everything is covered with a fine film of cigarette ash. You take the good with the bad.