Computers: - MacBook Pro (i7, 8GB RAM, 750GB 7400RPM HDD) - 1st Gen iMac (Intel core duo, 4GB RAM, 500GB 7400RPM HDD) DAW: - Pro Tools 11 on the MacBook - Ableton Live 8 on the iMac Audio Interface: - Focusrite Saffire Pro 40 - AVID MBox Mini Control Surface: - Digidesign 003 Monitoring: - KRK Rokit 5s - Sennheiser HD380 Pro Outboard gear: - ART Studio V3 tube preamp - Radial Engineering Pro-RMP Reamper - Roland RE-201 Space Echo Guitar Amps: - Marshall 18W Bluesbreaker DIY build - Linear Concord head from the 60s - Jet City JCA20H - Zenta CD-6SD Guitar Cabinet: - Jet City JetStream ISO Cab Analogue Mixer: - Teac Model 2A Reel to Reel: - Akai 4000DB Microphones: - Shure SM57 - Shure SM58 - AKG C2000B - AKG D190E - Behringer C2 (matched pair) I have a pretty generous collection of plug-ins including the waves Gold bundle, Scheps 73 and the SSL 4000 Collection. Generally I use XLN audio's Addictive Drums 2 VI for drum sounds, I find its really flexible after you get 2 or 3 of the add on kits and you can bounce the dry sounds to audio tracks in PT and use other plug ins to process the sounds. I tend to track bass through the ART Studio V3, It's not a great pre, but it give a little more oopmf to your signal in comparison to the pres on the Pro 40 (although they aren't at all bad) With electric guitars I'll get a DI track using the ART, then I'll use the Radial Reamper to send the DI track through whatever pedals/amp I want to use. I have my combos and the ISO cab in the spare bedroom and have the amp heads under my desk. This set up is great as I can monitor guitar sounds through my monitors and adjust amp settings to taste before committing. I use my space echo for the reverb, I don't have many reverb plug ins, and none of them compare to this unit (in my opinion) As for the reel to reel, this barely sees any use. Originally I would run my drums through it quite hot and it did some nice things, but I now have the Eddie Kramer Master Tape plug in, which is far more flexible than the Akai. I've used it as a tape delay as well, but as a one speed machine its not even remotely adjustable.