- Athlon 64 2Ghz, 2Gb ram, 3x200Gb hd, Nvidia 7950x2 and a M-Audio Audiophile
Onkyo A-8057 with a pair of Diamond-6 speakers
Roland A-30 keyboard mounted on a old ironing board
Behringer Eurorack MX2004A
dd602 e-drum-kit (extensively modified, but thats a long story)
Homebuilt guitar-amp with 2x12" kab. (I call it the H-Amp )
Alesis Quadraverb GT
Epiphone Les Paul
Black strat-wannabe modified with FloydRose and SeymourDuncan-pickups
Ibanez 4-string bass
AKG 535, SM57, and some other mics I rarely use, mostly Senheiser and Audiotronic
My e-drums I bought 2'nd-hand for 1700,- Dkr (about 315,- USD), but as I mentioned, they have come a long way since then.
First step was to get rid of the old heads and replace them with mesh-heads, this meant redesigning (with a little help from my husband) the way the trigger was placed.
Then i bought an extra bass-drum-trigger, and since the module only have 9 trigger-inputs, I made (again with some help) a cable that connect the two bass-drum-triggers to the same input. It might not be a perfect solution, but playing a kit without two bass-drums, feels like driving a car with only one pedal and I find myself constantly stomping my left foot on the floor.
The sounds in the module are fair but kinda boring, so I only use the module as a midi-gateway to the pc.
I have used UbuntuStudio as my main OS since the Feisty release and use EnergyXT2 with ZynAddSubFX, Mda-piano/ePiano, Loopazoid and other VSTi's that can be used with dssi-vst or native.
My style... (or lack of) is somewhere between ambient meditation and "death-jazz". I love doing odd beats, but most people get a strange distant look in their eyes when i play 15/16 or something similar
You can hear some of my music here : http://www.sandgreen.dk/index.php?side=musik_sandsound (Mordor is my personal favorite)
btw. The vocals on these tracks are done with Vocaloid. I had voice-surgery last year that didn't turn out that well