[This article](http://www.sonicscoop.com/2012/02/26/behind-the-release-school-of-seven-bells-recombine-for-ghostory/), detailing the recording of SVIIB's album "Ghostory," notes that "Deheza would show up to Curtis’ apartment every day at 11 AM and work until 3 PM, working with Curtis’ simple setup: Logic running on his suped up “Hackintosh”, guitars, a Neumman U87 mic, and a Virus Indigo synth."more
My second and final synth the Access Indigo 2 version is a nice blue little monster with nice filters and a very warmth sound and has a nice retro-styled blue silver spacey look and thats how he sounds 'SPACE'. One detail the display is weak and flickers and I have to light it up with a external spotlight. To fix this problems is most expansive and besides of that, the synth must return to Germany which is also extra costs. I have a very little studio and because of his size he is ideal as second hardware synth beside my many software synths I use. I owned many synthesizers like the Roland VP330 - Roland Juno 106 - Roland JX3P - Formant modular - ARP Odyssey - Moog Rogue - DGS Scorpion Korg PE2000 - Korg 900PS - Korg DSS1 2x - Elka 505 chromatic - Suzuki SX500 - Firstman SQ10 - Yamaha SK50D - Yamaha AN1x 2x - Yamaha DS55 first synth - Yamaha TG500 - Waldorf Q + XT - Eminent Solina + midi - Ensoniq Fizmo - Emu Morpheus - Emu Planet E - Kawai K5000 - MAM MB33 - Novation Drumstation - Clavia Norlead 2 and Nord modular. There was only room for two synths and the Indigo which I used the most together with the Roland JD800 stayed in my studio. Instead for the most of my old synthesizers came software plugin versions. Nice note: the first owner of this Indigo was the keyboardplayer of the electropop band Hasselhoff from The Hague in Holland.