Italian producer Alexander Robotnick shows us his studio containing a few vintage gems.
Alexander Robotnick – My Studio
Here is my studio…only the decent parts 🙂
Wasp and TB-303
Oberheim Two voice
The Oberheim Two Voice. It’s the princess of my setup. Very old (as are most of my synths) and still living. Kind of a miracle!
The Vermona DRM1. Quite a rare drum machine. I love to play the hi-hat live, acting on decay and filter. I bring it with me when I play with The Analog Session, and the technicians always wonder “what the f..k is it?”
It’s Russian…uhmm..very dangerous in the present time..
Motu 24 I/O
Two MOTU 24 I/O interfaces. One of them sends the signal to the Ludus Pinsky’s summing box. It’s a solid system with not many issues. Having many outputs allows me to control the CV-Gate of my analogue synthesizers. To do this I use Silent Way by Expert Sleepers. It runs on Cubase 8.5
My bag and my present torment. I know it’s not totally extraneous to my instruments when I have to go to play, but I feel it is the enemy of my studio.
Alexander Robotnick’s ‘Early Morning Raga’ is released November 5th 2018 via Hot Elephant Music.