Hard Core Gear Porn Friday!!!
I know this is kind of a cop-out, as far as hard-core gear porn goes, but you can't ever go wrong with a picture of Wendy Carlos' studio. The Tempi Mk. II console on the left, two Synergy synths behind her, and to the rear left, you can see The Moog That Started It All, from the loins of which sprang the Switched On Bach seed that resulted in thousands of really shitty Moog records, featuring banal pop music re-realized with really nasty sawtooth lead lines, and ultimately resulting in the paragon of bad taste in panning and strange balance choices, Enoch Light's "Pass and I'll Call You."
A full-sized image of The Moog is here, a full-sized one of the above photo is here, and a whole 'nother mess of photos of her studio in various times and places is here. What's surprising to me is the fact that, while it seems like a lot of shit, it's really only four synths.