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While it's become so common for artists to use small digital home studios to cut costs, my studio is built to provide my clients the sound of classic analog equipment by using a combination of modern digital conveniences and lots of the industry standard analog favorites.

Without the crazy high costs.

Gear definitely  isn't everything, but using top shelf gear to record will absolutely speed up getting your songs the sounds you've heard on hit records for years.

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Neumann U87 (x2, Vintage pair)

Lawson L47MP MKII (Tube)

AKG C414B-ULS (x2)

AKG C451EB (x2)

SE Electronics SE8 (x2 matched)

SE Electronics SE7 (x2 matched)

Shure Beta 98amp (x3)

Deity S-Mic 2 (x2)

Sennheiser e865




Shure SM7b

Shure SM57 (x3)

Shure Beta 57a

Shure SM58

Shure SM59 (x2)

Shure Super 55

Audix d6

Audix i5

AKG D310

Electrovoice RE10

Electrovoice RE15 (x2)

Electrovoice RE20

Sennheiser e609

Sennheiser 421 (x2)

Telefunken M80

Yamaha NS10 “Subkick”

Weird Stuff-

Modified 1970's rotary phone

Shure announcement microphone

Various lapel, contact, and pzm

Soyuz Launcher


Zoom F8n (up to 8 inputs)

Soundcraft ui24r (up to 20 inputs)


Requisite Audio PAL

Millennia HV-3D

Wunder Audio Cobalt

BAE 312a

Focusrite RED 1

Universal Audio M610

Custom API 312 (x2)

D.A.V. BG-1U

Audient ASP880

Shure M67 (modded to be 4 preamps)


1176 Bluestripe

1176 Rev D

Inward Connections "The Brute"

DBX 560a (x2)

Gyraf GSSL (SSL-style stereo comp)

StudioSound S-305 Mastering Filter (x2)

Roland SDE-1000 (vintage delay)

Yamaha SPX-90



Pro Tools

Antelope Orion 32 ad/da

Plugins from: Waves, Soundtoys, iZotope, Melodyne, Slate, Flux, Brainworx, and more



Genelec 1032c w/7060 sub

Yamaha NS10m

Hearback headphone system



Taylor 812ce

Eastman E1D

Washburn J27SCE

Orangewood dreadnought (Nashville tuning)

Schecter PT Vintage (Bare Knuckle pickups)

1960's Baldwin Acrosonic piano

1960's Gibson Hawk amp (reverb/tremolo)

1960's Gretsch Round Badge drums (20, 12, 13, 16)

1950's Gretsch Round Badge 22x14 kick

1920's Ludwig brass 14x5 snare

DW brass 14x6.5 snare

PDP steel 13x3 snare

Sabian and Zildjian cymbals

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