This setup is named the Jethro Wall because of the Jethro Tull memorabilia on the wall above the desk. The setup consists of (L-R) an HP Pavilion computer with a 19" flat screen monitor and Cubase 48-track software., a Boss BR-8 8-track digital recorder, a JVC XV-N410 DVD player, a Gemini PL-7 power supply, a Behringer BTR2000 rackmount chromatic tuner, a PreSonus Firestudio Project preamp, and an Ibanez DM-1000 Digital delay.
This setup is named for the Jimi Hendrix memorabilia on the wall above it. (L-R, top to bottom) Alesis Monitor One monitor speakers, a Tascam 2488 24-track portastudio, a Zilla 8 rackmount power strip, an Alesis Microverb III, an Antares AVP-1 vocal producer, an Alesis RA-100 stereo Reference Amplifier, a Tascam 202 MK-II dual cassette rcorder, a Digidesign M-Box with Pro-Tools 32-track software, a Phillips CDR-760 CD recorder, a JVC XL-MV303 3-CD disc player, and an e-Machines T4510 computer.
Additional rackmount and other equipment includes (L-R, top to bottom) an Alesis 3630 Compressor, an Alesis M-EQ-230 equalizer, a Teac CX-310 cassette deck, an ART MultiVerb LT, a Peavey CS-400 stereo power amp, a power strip, a BBE 462 Sonic Maximizer, a Boss GL-100 guitar preamp, a Sabine RT-1600 rack tuner, an Ibanez AD-202 analog delay, a Behringer T1953 Tube Ultragain preamp, a Line 6 POD preamp, a Boss DR-3 drum machine, an Ibanez DD1000 Dual Digital Delay, an ART Tube Preamp System, a DOD R-431 equalizer, an Alesis Quadraverb GT digital reverb, a DigiTech HM-4 Harmony Machine, a Furman Sound TX-2 tuneable crossover/bandpass filter, and a Peavey M-2600 stereo power amp. (Foreground) a Nady TCM 1050 Tube Condensor Microphone.