You name.

Computer Controlled

Tell us what type or style of music you mainly produce.


List your gear both hardware and software.

OK, here we go… =o]
Roland SH-101
Roland TR-707
Roland R-70
Future Retro XS
Eurorack Modular Synthesizer
Oberheim SEM Patch Panel
Analogue Solutions Oberkorn Sequencer v3
Novation UltraNova
DSI Mopho
Korg Monotribe
Korg Monotron
E-mu Procussion
Alesis Quadraverb GT
Ibanez DM1000 Digital Delay
Presonus Firepod
16 Channel Ramsa Mixer

Rob Papen Punch
Rob Papen Delay
Rob Papen Distort
Rob Papen Reverb
D16 Drumazon
D16 Nepheton
D16 Nithonat
D16 Devastor
D16 Syntorus
D16 Toraverb
D16 Redoptor
D16 Decimort
D16 Fazortan
Audio Damage Tattoo
Audio Damage Axon
Audio Damage Automaton
Audio Damage Dub Station
Audio Damage Ricochet
Ableton Live
Cakewalk Sonar

Briefly describe your workflow.

Its all pattern based, on the fly recording. Ableton is the master clock and also serves as a mixer. All my gear is run through an old Ramsa 16 channel mixer for its EQ only, its then run out into a Presonus Firepod that is Firewired into my PC.

Take your favorite 1 or 2 pieces of gear and tell us why it’s your favorite.

Probably the Modular and a tie between the x0xb0x and Future Retro XS. The modular is obviously extremely flexible and tailored to however i might want it to sound at a particular point in time. And the XS is just an astoundingly great sounding synthesizer. Semi-modular and a killer filter make for a unique sounding instrument. It can be brutal or smooth in a turn of a knob. And of course, the x0xb0x is the modern 303, and also make a great CV/Gate sequencer for other analogue gear. I actually sold off my 303 recently just because you don’t really need one if you have the x0xb0x.

Briefly tell us any neat things about you or your studio that you want to.

I’ve recently gotten into photography, and would like to expand on that as well as my music. They both have similar paths and addictions =o]