First off, the Prophet 12 (P12 for short from here on) is not a workstation. It’s a synthesizer for players who love synthesis.
The Chandler Limited TG2 Pre Amp/DI is a recreation of the rare EMI TG12428 pre amp used in EMI/Abbey Road recording and mastering consoles in the late 60s and early 70s.
he Neve 1073 Channel Amplifier is easily the most revered preamp and EQ circuit ever designed. Introduced in 1970, this hallowed class-A, transistor mic/line amp with EQ epitomizes the beautiful "Neve sound," with unparalleled clarity, sheen, and bite.
Vintage Neumann and Telefunken U47: The Neumann Model U 47 was the first post-war mic produced by Georg Neumann GmbH in West Berlin. It was designed around a Telefunken-developed steel-cover radio tube, type VF14m.
Arguably the most beautiful sounding microphone ever produced, the TELEFUNKEN ELAM 251E has been featured on countless hits and classic recordings over the decades.
Sound-wise, the 1176 Peak Limiter can be many things (Available for Rent), but it is probably best known for the energy and high-class grit it bestows, a musically-pleasing pushing of the tone in the lower mids.
The OB-6 is a once-in-a-lifetime collaboration between the two most influential designers in poly synth history, Dave Smith and Tom Oberheim.
It is one of the very few compressors that has become a real standard in Mastering studios and contributed to most hit records over the last decade and probably the next.
The Jupiter-8 was Roland’s first truly professional analog synthesizer. The Jupiter-8 features 16 rich analog oscillators at 2 per voice, eight voice polyphony and easy programming! At eight voices you can get some pretty thick analog sounds.
Take command of your studio while achieving higher levels of musical expression with Axiom AIR 61 from M-Audio. Offering unprecedented control, Axiom AIR 61 brings together unmatched ease-of-use plus empowering software to form the ultimate studio centerpiece.