February 10, 2006

Hard-Core Gear Porn Friday!!!

by Chris Randall
 



Oh, this is a beauty. If that rig isn't the business I don't know what is. I'd be happy with those two stands that have a MemoryMoog, a Jupiter 6, and four (did you just read that right? Four?) Jupiter 8 beauties. This studio of Devastating Power belongs to one Ken Elhardt, who you may know from his hyper-realistic MOTM demo patches.


So, yeah, that's a lot of synthy goodness. Interestingly enough, I don't see a Prophet 5. A MemoryMoog and four Jupiter 8s, and no Prophet 5? Come on, Ken. You're only one synth away from the Holy Trinity. Although, I suppose it's academic at this point. Ethan Callander reminded me of this page, one of many stupifying collections at Synthfool. I suppose he was attempting to make ammends for that tragic studio of a couple days ago.

 
 
 

6 comments:

 
 

 
Feb.10.2006 @ 12:16 AM
synthetic
That must be an old photo. I don't see his MOTM modular, Ion, Andromeda, etc.
 
 

 
Feb.10.2006 @ 7:33 AM
dm
whats that kawai K5K doing on the floor.....
 
 

 
Feb.10.2006 @ 9:14 AM
Solipsist Nation

The sounds of the Kawai K5K keyboard is used to layer the O1/W sounds to create unique evolving textures, of course.
 
 

 
Feb.10.2006 @ 4:44 PM
cacealian
Anybody who follows the Analog Heaven list knows Kenneth to be a bit of an odd duck. But he's an amazing synth programmer. Somewhere there were mp3s posted of a drum kit that he did with the Ion and it was jaw-dropping.
 
 

 
Feb.11.2006 @ 1:19 AM
sIgma-salazar
how the hell do people find the money to pay for this stuff??

Its still even hard to belive people actually make a living doing music

Im lucky if I can take care of base bills - I must be doing something wrong

this set up is impressive ,though those memorymoogs and even jp-8s now have reliablilty issues

 
 

 
Feb.13.2006 @ 11:28 PM
jnasato
No really, "how the hell do people find the money to pay for this stuff?" I found $7 on the sidewalk this morning at 3AM, and I can't buy even one synth with it... Bah.
 
 

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