In an [article from *beatportal*](http://news.beatport.com/benny-benassis-righthand-man-cousin-alle-benassi-on-the-ghost-writing-phenomenon/), Alle is asked what's currently used in his studio, he responds, "The core of the studio is a [Mac Pro](http://equipboard.com/items/apple-mac-pro) with [Logic](http://equipboard.com/items/apple-logic-pro-x) and a [Protools HD II](http://equipboard.com/items/avid-pro-tools-hd-2) system with a couple of [Digidesign 96](http://equipboard.com/items/digidesign-96-i-o-analog-digital-converter) interfaces connected to some analog and virtual-analog stuff, such as a [Moog Little Phatty](http://equipboard.com/items/moog-little-phatty-stage-ii-keyboard-synthesizer), [Voyager](http://equipboard.com/items/moog-minimoog-voyager), [Nord Lead 2x](http://equipboard.com/items/nord-lead-2x-rack), [Virus TI](http://equipboard.com/items/access-virus-ti-desktop-synthesizer), [Yamaha CS1x](http://equipboard.com/items/yamaha-cs1x-control-synthesizer), Sherman Filterbank, and so on. There are also lots of virtual instruments, and then to monitor we use a [TL Audio Fat Track](http://equipboard.com/items/tl-audio-fat-track) and a couple of [ADAM S3As](http://equipboard.com/items/adam-s3a-active-monitors)."more
“I just got this recently as I got interested in tempo-based modulations and while you can’t sync the LFOs to MIDI, you can trigger the filter envelope with MIDI signals and it works very nicely with any rhythmical, sequency stuff. It’s very characterful and powerful.” - via [Music Radar}(http://www.musicradar.com/news/tech/in-pictures-ulrich-schnauss-london-studio-594928/8)more
During a studio tour with Future Music Magazine, Steve Mac says [@ 12:32] about his Sherman Filterbank: “Here we have an old Sherman Filterbank, which is obviously in the corner here behind everything. It doesn't get used that much anymore but I still like these. I used to have the big one. They did a limited run of them, it was four in one box. I think The Chemical Brothers got the first one and we had number 20 or so."more
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