music instruments


  • ARP Odyssey
  • Arturia MicroBrute, MiniBrute
  • Camel Audio Alchemy
  • Clavia Nord Lead 4, Nord Lead A1
  • DSI Mopho X4, Prophet REV2
  • Elektron Analog Four, Analog Rytm, Octatrack
  • Korg DW-8000, Minilogue, Monologue, MS-20 Mini
  • Moog Sub 37, Sub Phatty
  • Novation Bass Station II
  • Roland Cloud, D-50, JD-XA, JD-Xi, JP-08, Juno-106, JX-03,
    SH-101, SH-2, System-1, System-8, TB-3, TR-8, V-Synth GT
  • Spectrasonics Omnisphere 2
  • Teenage Engineering PO-32 Tonic
  • u-he Bazille, Diva, Hive, Repro, Zebra
  • Waldorf Blofeld
  • Yamaha DX7, Reface CS


Digital Audio Workstation


  • Steinberg Cubase 9 Pro


Interfaces


  • Elektron Overbridge
  • M-Audio MIDISport 4x4
  • Roland MX-1
  • Steinberg UR824


ComputerS & Audio Servers


  • Apple
  • Asus
  • Hewlett-Packard
  • Lenovo


the STUDIO


Being a synthesizer collector as well as a musician, throughout the years, a large number of electronic music instruments have been used in the studio of Lunar Structures. The setup of synthesizers and sound devices is ever changing - units are replaced or simply break down, while new ones are acquired, some new, some old. For a non-synthesist they may look similar, but for a synthesizer afficionado, they are as different as the fingers on your hands! 


Some of the synthesizers are analog monophonic instruments, while some are digital and polyphonic. Some are virtual software based instruments running from within a computer. For practical reasons, not every unit is connected at once, but they are shifted in and out as required.


Composing, arranging and recording is done digitally using computers and software. For mobile uses, a simplified setup is used with laptops and with virtual synthesizers only. An even simpler live jam setup does not use computers at all, just sequencers, loop units and rhythm machines.

No pirated software