ADAM A77X NEARFIELD/MIDFIELD MONITORS
These are my home studio monitors. I just love them. They sound wide and super detailed, and better than almost everything I’ve tested. And they look pretty cool as well.
ASUS ROG STRIX SCAR LAPTOP
This is my production laptop. I take it with me on the road so I can produce anywhere, but I also use it in my home studio. It’s my go-to production engine for everything. It was originally a gaming laptop and has a really powerful AMD CPU, which is exactly what’s required to run big, complicated music projects that have tons of channels and stems.
SEQUENTIAL PROPHET REV2
This is the main synth that I use. I love the brand, and I love the sound of it. It’s incredibly diverse as I can use it for bass lines, synths, strings, and effects — anything I need, really. I like to combine it with some of my much-loved ‘house’ gear, such as the KORG M1, and the Roland TR-909.
SENNHEISER HD 650 OPEN-BACK HEADPHONES
These are my main headphones for production, and they replace my studio monitors when I’m on the road. They’re great because they are open-back headphones and sound very wide and detailed. At the same time, they’re very comfortable and not very harsh on the ears compared to other headphones. This makes them ideal for long sessions.
BEYERDYNAMIC DT 770 PRO CLOSED-BACK HEADPHONES
These are my closed-back headphones. They sound very crisp, but they also provide a lot more sub-frequencies than the Sennheisers as they are closed-back. I mainly use them to mix my kick and bass because of this. They also have a more detailed high frequency range so they’re great for spotting issues with hi-hats, or other high frequency elements.