As we mostly work on demos for the songs we produce, in our own studio we have a quite modest setup, which is just right for the work that we are doing. Final recordings of songs are done in pro studios.
DAW – Digital Audio Workstation We primarily run Logic Pro X for our recording and mixing, even though we also have ProTools.
Monitors, microphones, headphones Shure SM57, AKG Perception 220, SE Electornics X1, Behringer CS2, KRK Rokit 8
Keyboards to come
Guitars to come
Amplifiers VOX VT40, Mesa Carbine M9, Ibanez Promethean P5110, TKS speakers.
Basses We have a decent collection of vintage Ibanez basses and some new once too. As Thomas likes to collect Ibanez basses from the period 1978-1985. This collection gives quite a selection of both modern and vintage bass sounds to choose from.
This picture is a selection of basses. Ibanez: (top) SR700 (-11), (from left) RB850 (-87), RB960, RB760, MC924 (-85),RB850, RB650 (-84), MC900 (-79), MC800 (-78), (bottom) AX50 (-85).
For more vintage sounds Thomas has a semi-acustic Teisco from 1966. Which he was given by a musician who defected from the Soviet Union in the mid-seventies.
Effects & pedals Darkglass B7K, Darkglass Vintage, EBS Multicomp, MXR EQ, BOSS Stinkfoot SD-1, MXR Phase 90, Bassray Octaray, Ibanez BP5 compressor, Mesa Fluxdrive.