Yaking Cat Music Studios
For your user list:
I bought a PSMT D2D system a couple years ago, have sold the D2D since,
still use and love the Synclav... still nothing sounds quite like it!
a PSMT with 16 MB and 32 voices. System was built for Chico State
University, and has been upgraded with a 9 GB W0, a Tahiti 5 2.6 GB
5.1 software. Runs great on my G3 300 or TiBook 550 -- superfast
screen-draws without the PowerPC upgrade. Will be launching a website
the studio with pix of the system.
Synclavier PSMT - 32 PSV Voice Tower, 32MB, 16 Outputs, MIDI 1 in 4
Stereo Sampling, Magneto Optical Drive,
Two Winchesters, V/P Keyboard, Release 3.2 Software, NED, Prosonus
|Robert J. Borgovini, Dynamics, Inc. Chantilly, VA - Synclavier
|Christopher Ringham - 4 Synclaviers, all II's one with V/P Keyboard/midi/smpte/scsi,
and 3 rev J's ORK.
|Todd-AO, Hollywood, the largest independent post production
sound studio in the world, owns 6 Synclaviers.
|Gil Feldman - Israel
3200 tower with 32 PSV voices
Custom rack mount tower (built by Mitch and Myself) with 32 FM voices
and 32 DDV 3.5 (non-panning) voices.
Tahiti III M.O. drive
16 Multi outs
Post-Pro includes: 2 STM Modules, 16 track of 4 Seagate Barracuda Hard
Drives, UDIO Digi transfer box, HP DAT backup drive, 4 Patriot backup drives.
|Gary Chang - His Synclavier is now 96 voices and 192 megs
|Luis Gaspar Crespo - PSMT(24/8fm voices - 16ram) with the new
|Joel Chadabe - Owner of the very first Synclavier
|Bill Turchinetz - I have a 9600 32x32, Slave Post Pro (16 Trk.)
and Oscar Peterson's old 3200 refitted for a small tower and 32 x 32.
Mark Birmingham - Prosonus, Rosemead Music
Dynamics, Inc. - Robert Borgovini
Claude Fuchs - Synclavier and Direct to Disk
George Lucas - TONS!
Sean Callery - Synclavier
Craig Harris - Synclavier and Direct to Disk
Harold Faltermeyer - Red Deer Studios (you know, Beverly Hills
Cop, Top Gun)
Tony Banks - Genesis
John Tesh - Synclavier
Anthony Marinelli-Synclavier, composer in california
Buzz Recording, Manhatten, New York City-Synclavier/PostPro
George Duke -Synclavier in garage
Frank Zappa-Synclavier 9600,Direct-To-Disk
Brandon Amison-Synclavier II, 3200, PostPro
David Wolf, Dallas, TX-2xPSMT, Direct-To-Disk
Skywalker-app 12 various
EFX Systems-George Johnsen (owner) Burbank, CA-5xSynclaviers,
Electric Melody Studios-Alan Howarth, Santa Monica, CA- Synclavier
Mark Snow-Synclavier (x2?), "X-Files"
Scott Martin-El Paso, TX-PSMT, Model C
Stevie Wonder-2xsynclavier IIs
Chicago Recording Company-Chicago, Illinois-3xsynclaviers
Henry Kaiser-Has clarinet samples from Z. "Sugaki for
Colon", Devil in the Drain-record, described in Guitar Player
Greg La Porta, New York-trains, consults, composes
David S. Queen-128 FM he pieced together from the garbage!,
over at DEMAS
Sync Sound (or Sweet Sync?)-Mexico City, good sized
Jonathan Elias and Associates, did work for YES, one in Cali,
one in NY
In Your Ear Recording, Richmond Virginia, Carlos Chafin, Partner/Composer,
16 track PostPro, and second of unkown size
Travis Powers, Synclavier, Sound Effects and Foley for
Hal Leonard Publishing, 5 synclaviers for printing only
Millennium Sound, several including some for parts
Denny Jeager, (yeah-ger) The guy who made that expensive string
The Enterpise Studios, Craig Huxley
Herb Pilhoffer, Eric - son, Big ones
?Dave Wilson, Curator, New England Synthesizer Museum
Steve Croes, Todd's friend at The Complex, LA
Mitch Marcoulier, several systems for parts, LA
SLP Productions, NY - lots of Patriot tapes