"My favorite plugins are Z3ta+, Sylenth1, Drumazon, Microtronic and the UAD DSP-Card. The only real hardware I use is a Virus TI Snow for those nasty screech sounds. I have a pair of Mackie monitors, but I do my mixing and mastering mostly on my Sennheiser HD800 headphone. That headphone is absolutely my favorite piece of equipment!"more
In this Instagram video clip, Ran-D shows his plugin chain as he distorts a 909 bass drum. If you look at the highlighted channel strip, the main instrument reads "MicroTonic," meaning he is using the Sonic Charge Microtonic drum and percussion synthesizer as the original source of the kick.more
In [this article](http://www.musicradar.com/news/tech/jody-wisternoffs-favourite-music-software-554186/4) by Music Radar, Jody says, “It’s quite old now, but I’m still really feeling MicroTonic. It’s really great for white noise-y, sizzly hats and odd clunky percussions. Plus the Synplant - that’s good for otherworldly, trippy, drunken-sounding things that seem to slot nicely into dance music. It’s good shit.”more
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