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Philip Taysom's Extreme Home Synthesis Studio

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I admit to having a musical synthesizer addiction, but Philip Taysom's loft studio - featured in the October 2004 edition of Sound on Sound magazine - takes things to another level. It all started in 1996, when he bought a used Korg O1/W keyboard. The Korg was followed by no less than 41 synthesizers, including four classic Fairlight CMI workstations and a smattering of fantastic-looking analog gear. I'll let the pictures in the article speak for themselves.

Philip Taysom's Synthesizer Loft (via a classic Music Thing post)

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