|Being Peter's primary tool of destruction, he has amassed a varied collection of axes from around the World. More>>
|Peter uses Marshall cabs (1936 model), rackmount Marshall 900 series valve power amp, and the Roland GP100 guitar processor, with a Roland FC200 Midi controller. Depending on the band he's working with, he also utilises a Roland GR33 guitar synth. This being controlled by, either the Fender Tele with a fitted GK2A pick up or the Brian Moore i9.
|The main hub of the studio is a PC & Mac running Logic Audio. Mixing is taken care of by the Fostex 812. Although quite a small analogue desk, by today's standards, they have quite a warm tone and were originally employed for use with the early Fostex ¼ tape machines. Occasionally, an old Fostex multi tracker is used for that 'natural compression' prior to moving to the digital Logic domain. Outboard rack units includes, Zoom, Digitech and Focurite effects/compressors/delay/reverb.
Yamaha DX9 provides the input for sessions requiring keys, and also various sound modules.
If live feel drums are needed on the mix, a Yamaha DT Xpress is employed, using a mixture of Roland and Simmons (yes, you heard right!) pads. (Whatever you do - DO NOT use the Simmons sound module - Unless you after that 'I really did love the 80s' vibe!)