I’ve had a lot of different configurations over the years, here’s just a few pics. You’ll notice that the JP-8000 is pretty much a constant through the years for me. I’ve also always had either the MC-307 or MC-909 because I’d really be lost without an easy to use sequencer. And for some reason the SP-808 has always been there. Defies all logic, but still. ha!
Here’s where I’m at today after a significant sell off to purchase some higher end pieces I’ve always wanted. I guess about the only things I’d really want to add to this would be an Andromeda A6 someday and maybe a Midibox SID. I would say I’m through my phase of having lots of cheap noisemakers and samplers on hand. Really starting to appreciate having just a few very deep boxes.
This one is just prior to the big sell off of ’15 😛 Things were getting a little hectic with a couple of boards out of camera view as well (Minibrute, JP8000).
This is the “Tower Of Wannabe Acid Power” (the MC-09 is actually better than a lot of people give it credit for!) This was fun for a bit but nothing compares to the FR-777.
This was one of my favorite setups, from back in 2013.
…and a bit earlier in 2013 when I put the MC-909 and RS-7000 head to head for a few months. My findings can be read <here>.
And this one is a couple of sell-offs ago, right before most of these were shipped out door (that’s why no cords :)) I used to have a thing for desktop samplers. Been through 4 SU-700’s and 3 SP-505’s, among others.
Then going to back to 2012, when we first moved into our new house and I had a nice little dedicated room for my stuff. 3 years later now I’m actually back in that same room, but my stuff fits a lot better. 🙂
Back to 2010 and another of my favorite configurations. Had a nice big window that let in lots of natural light. Really miss that JX8P sometimes.