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Digital Subscriptions > MusicTech > Mar-16 > 6 PIECES OF EQUIPMENT TO BLOW A YEAR’S SALARY ON


What if money was no object and we could indulge our wildest gearhoarding fantasies and buy whatever we wanted? Rob Boffard has the answer…

When it comes to buying gear, money isn’t actually the primary consideration – or it shouldn’t be, anyway. Buying studio kit is all about your needs, what it can offer you and how it can affect your mixes. Not that that stops us from jumping on kit websites and filtering by price, seeing just what the top end really looks like. What would we do, if money was absolutely no object? Which pieces of gear would we splurge on? Fortunately, we’ve saved you the trouble. Here are six pieces of hardware to spend a year’s salary on – and by a year’s salary, we mean a truly staggering amount of money (heads up: we’ve largely steered clear of vintage equipment here, as prices can often fluctuate – and we could spend a long, long time rounding up the best and most expensive vintage gear out there…).

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The new issue of MusicTech is on sale Thursday February 18th and this month we’re bringing you the ultimate modular synth masterclass! We explain (in detail) how to build your own system. Also this month we’ve got a preview of Yamaha’s Montage synth, a look back at NAMM 2016 and brand new reviews and tutorials.