I mostly use the System 700 as a straight up bass synth. It has a nice spring reverb inside which is making some underwater sounds in between. To the right side I’m twisting the unique SND Filterbank which is responsible for loads of distortion here.Continue Reading
In used to have two Akai MPC 4000 – one for touring and one in the studio. When the live MPC broke down from too much sweat and abuse I usually replaced some parts from the other one until a spare part arrived.Continue Reading
a little jam on the Prophet 5, which still is my favorite synth in my studioAttention to that expert Pitch Bend action 🙂Continue Reading
a shot of the main workstation at Zombie Studio Brooklyn.
This is where most mixing and arrangement happens. I use hardware and software alike, whatever fits the purpose
Crackle, pop & zing
This is the essence of how I record my ideas. A few hand made samples are joined by my favorite instruments. Recorded live, and cut up and mixed in the box afterwards.
August 2008, an ordinary day at UKW Records office Munich Baaderstasse. I’m pretending to look focused. My label-man Wolf is sitting across taking this photo while looking at his busy calendar 😉 The office smelled weird because the walls were moldy. Nonetheless – we got shit done. And we loved stamps. #tbtContinue Reading
Things have never looked better.
Eurorack modular synth corner at ZN studio ft. a Makenoise case on top of the Koma Elektronik Komplex Sequencer
As per today everything in the studio is up and running again. I’ve missed this place. Time to make music.Continue Reading
The outboard gear is excited about it’s new home. they are lining up to jump right inContinue Reading
the new studio starts to look better every day.
Today I am building a 19 inch hardware outboard rack addition to the massive custom shelf. That’s where all the vintage TAB preamps and Siemens Equalizers will find a new home