A lot of people have asked me about my setup. It's pretty modest, here's what I've collected over the years:
Creative SoundBlaster Audigy 2 ZS
This is the main I/O for my PC, I hook my mics and MIDI keyboard in via this interface.
The X-Session is one of my favorite bits of hardware, as it allows me to map controlls on-screen to it's physical buttons and dials. It was a steal, I bought it for £20 (around $30) from eBay 3 years ago! It also has MIDI in and out on the back, which is great for working on my laptop when I'm away from my studio.
Eurorack MX 602A
A modest 6-track analogue mixer. I usually only need this when recording groups, as it allows me to mix many more mics into my PC. Not part of my normal workflow, which is almost completely multitrack-recording-based, one track at a time.
This is a great 4-octive MIDI slave keyboard. It's doesn't have any speakers of it's own, and can only be used with a MIDI sound source, which works great for me. I use it exclusively with Ableton Live, often with their Operator synthesizer, which is great for making low-fi 8-bit sounds!
This is a recent addition to my studio, I bought it last year, forgot about it, and last month finally bought a stand! It's a great vocal mic, and I'm looking forward to experience it more in the coming weeks when I have some sessions planned with a few of my talented vocalist friends.
These monitors are great, with 2 sub drivers in each they are also great for non-studio listening too! But when I want a flat EQ, I know that I can turn off the bass boost, reset the treble/bass config and they are as good as a much more expensive set.
I have no idea where those minifigs came from...