Equipment

Since I am a big fan of vintage technology, I have a great collection of synthesizers and modules from the end of the last century in my studio.
There are also classic items, such as the Yamaha DX7 with the famous FM synthesis and the analog Roland Juno 106. Remarkable organs with strings and the synth section in the 70s classic Yamaha SK30.
There is a very rare instrument, the Kawai SK210 polyphonic synthesizer and the very popular and beloved Korg DW6000.
From vintage modules there is Peavey Spectrum Organ with very interesting sounds of old organs, and of course, Korg M1R, Yamaha TX802 and many more interesting devices.

As the main master keyboard, Korg Oasys 76 is used, a wonderful tool, in my opinion, the best that Korg has released.
Roland RD700 is for those cases when you need a full 88-key keyboard, in addition, and the piano in his sound too good.
I use Korg Triton Rack all the time (I have two), they certainly have the same synthesis as Oasys, but they are perfect for unloading and variety of sounds.
There is a rather specific and good German Quasimidi Raven and Quasimidi Quasar with remarkable accordions, oddly enough, considering that the sounds for it were developed by Kraftwerk.

We have an excellent August Förster grand piano that is great for both rehearsing and recording.

A special pride of the studio is the legendary electric piano Fender Rhodes MK1 - 88.

Mixing console: Midas M32;

Microphones: Neumann, Rode, Shure, Telefunken, AKG and other;

Control monitors: Yamaha, Braun, Alesis;

Synthesizers and sound modules: Korg Oasys, Korg Triton Rack (2), Korg Tr-Rack, Korg M1R, Korg DW8000, Roland RD700, Roland JV2080, Roland Juno 106, Quasimidi Raven, Quasimidi Quasar, Kawai SX210, Yamaha DX7, Yamaha SK30, Yamaha FS1R, Yamaha TX802, EMU Orbit and other devices..

EFX and Dinamics: Lexicon, TC Electronics, AVID, Rocktron, TC Helicon, SPL, TF Pro, Focusrite and other devices.

Guitars: Fender Stratocaster, Ibanez PF350, Ibanez SA400, Gibson Songmaker, Ovation 1117, Kasuga D18, Jose Ramirez 125 and other

Grand Piano: August Förster.

The studio has excellent guitars, both classical and jazz.
Ibanez SA400, 1979 semi-hollow body guitar in excellent condition. Of course, and beloved by all Fender Stratocaster STD, limited edition, released on the 50th anniversary of the company.
Recently, the collection was replenished with the wonderful classic Jose Ramirez Limited Edition 125 Anos. There is a Gibson Songmaker, also quite a rare instrument made in Canada.

We are always happy to test new instruments, microphones and other equipment.
Below we offer to your attention a test of a very rare guitar, personally made by the master Kasuga D18. Japan, the beginning of the 70s.

Fender Rhodes