If you are starting with the production then you must be facing a big wall with all the music gear out there. What should you get to most out of the price you pay. And exactly which ones to pick for deep tech must be a challenge if you don’t know how the single gear sounds. We are going to give you a few examples of what are mostly used production gear for deep tech or minimal production.
1. Elektron Digitakt
The Elektron Digitakt Drum Computer and Sampler is a highly portable eight-voice drum machine and sampler. The Elektron Digitakt is compact yet powerful, featuring an integrated 16-step sequencer and over a 1GB of on-board sample storage. The Elektron Digitakt is ideal for both studio and live applications, thanks to its portable size and versatile design.
2. Behringer Neutron
The BEHRINGER NEUTRON lets you conjure up virtually any monophonic sound imaginable with incredible finesse and ease. The pure analog signal path is based on authentic VCO, VCF, VCA and state variable filter designs in conjunction, with a flexible, multi-wave LFO and classic Bucket Brigade Delay (BBD).
3. Roland TR 08
An obsessively detailed and faithful replica of the legendary TR-808—easily the most famous and influential drum machine ever made. After creating a monumental shift in the sound of music, the “808” has continued to shape and define entire genres. Beloved by musicians and producers the world over, it’s one of the most revered and sought-after electronic musical instruments of all time. The TR-08 brings the look, sound, and feel of the original 808—with stunning accuracy—to the Roland Boutique format. It blends attention to detail and respect for legacy with modern convenience and reliability.
4. Korg Minilogue
A next-generation polyphonic analog synthesizer. The stylish, innovative, 37 slim-key fully programmable analog polyphonic synthesizer. With the minilogue, you can get your hands on the powerful sound that’s only possible with real analog, and find inspiration with features including a polyphonic step and motion sequencer, on board tape-style delay, multiple sound shaping and filter options, and an oscilloscope display. All of these seamlessly integrated features make minilogue as fun and easy to use as it is powerful. It’s the next-generation analog synthesizer for musicians of all types.
5. Roland TB 303
A battery-powered bass line synth with the features and sound of the famous TB-303. The layout and controls are unchanged, so it works just like the original. It sounds like it too, thanks to Roland’s advanced ACB technology that recreates the hypnotic liquid grooves of the magic silver box. But the new TB-03 goes even further, with several enhancements not found on the original model. The four-digit LED display makes programming easier and more accurate, while overdrive and delay effects let you unleash a twisted, tribal wall of sound to send the crowd into a frenzy.