Analog Instruments and Equipment

While I am working on the final stages of the script, I’m collecting musical instruments and equipment as well and most of them are analog except the Benchmarks (DAC1 and ADC).

I prefer mostly analog because of its warm and lush sound. Sound effects and music will have both analog and digital characteristics, mixed in a way that consist of my own ideas, which are kept secret for now. This means, you can expect some original timbres. I have been organizing my written ideas of sound, and now, some recent experiments have just revealed that the ideas are getting close to become real. This should give a glimpse of what I’m talking about.

The soundtrack may be both on Audio CD (16 bit / 44.1 kHz) and DVD-Audio (24 bit / 192 kHz). The DVD-Audio will be the original master recording of the soundtrack.

Some of the master recordings will be made on a reel-to-reel tape recorder and then be transferred to digital for storage. So, the original analog master recording should be on a vinyl record to get the pure analog experience. Long Live Analog!

Here are the photos of some of the equipment that I have bought recently { Korg MS-20, Oberheim Matrix 1000, Bojidar BE 430 Stage Echo ( FrontBack ), Monacor EEM-1200, Yamaha Pro R3, Revox C 115 }.