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Here is a picture of Kachung, my MIDI-computer. A PII 400 MHz with 128
Mbyte RAM and 3 Gbyte harddisk. But really, who cares? It just runs
Windows anyway.



This is an overview of the home built rack (main part from IKEA) with
the beginning of what will hopefully one day be a home built analogue
syntheseizer, a preamplifier (currently not in use), a Symetrix
compressor/limiter, a Kawai K3m analogue/digital hybrid (modified), an
Yamaha TZ81Z FM-syntheseizer and an Yamaha TX16W sampler (4.5 Mbyte
RAM). I've also bought a Kawai K4r since this picture is taken.

To the left of the rack you can see the Yamaha promix01 digital
mixerboard, an Alesis drum machine, Yamaha REX-50 multieffect (sounds
like sh#t, which is why I use it) and an old Technics stereo
amplifier.



Finally, here is the control center of the whole setup! On top is a
Roland D-50, in the middle lives a Roland S-50 sampler and below that
is the screen, keyboard and trackball for Kuching and the monitor for
the S-50.

So this is the studio. Could definitely be larger or funnier, but
it'll do. For now, at least...

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