Just some old junk.
My set-up for composing music
. . . and playing games.
Full frontal of the set-up.
A custom PC built by a local
Some fans of computer flight
simulators go all-out and build cockpits that they
can actually sit in and fly in the virtual skies.
Obviously I'm not one of them . . . a wicker plant
stand, an empty router box, a leather belt, and a
tie put the Saitek X-45 at just the right height
when I slide the whole set-up in front of me. Not
pictured here is my throttle which I keep to my left
as I fly , , , it's strapped to an office chair with
a bathrobe belt. Welcome to low-tech innovation,
Look, a menage-a-software
(pardon my French). That's WaveLab 5 on the
left; it's what I use to put the final mastering
touches on my music. GigaStudio 3 Orchestra
is in the middle; that's where the instrument sounds
come from. And on the right is Sonar 4 Producer
Edition; this is where the composing takes
place. Sonar is a multi-track recording studio,
sequencer, and notation software suite in one.