Mixing Software

I have chosen to work primarily ITB with my current setup due to the technical excellence of modern software. The flexibility, variety and cost effectiveness make it even more attractive.

This is a selection of my favorite pieces from the available collection. Don't see something? Just ask. This is not an exhaustive listing of everything in my collection. I am also very likely to be trying out other software that isn't listed at any given time.

All listed and unlisted digital products (software, plugins, virtual instruments, and audio) are legitimately licensed for commercial use and I have proof of purchase where applicable. I support developers and artists!

For the hardware I use with this software, check out my page about Project Studio Equipment.


DAWs and music production software


Plugin highlights


Many of these plugins are critically acclaimed emulations of hardware standards found in famous studios, with brands such as (in no particular order) Teletronix, Urei, Universal Audio, Fairchild, SSL, Neve, Pultec, API, Sontec, Ampex, Otari, Tascam, Studer, Trident, RCA, Helios, Bricasti, Ampeg, Fender, Gallien-Krueger, Marshall, Mesa/Boogie, Orange, Soldano, THD, Trace Elliot, Vox, Leslie, MXR, BOSS, Seymour Duncan, T-Rex, and many more!


Sample library highlights


Virtual instruments

  • AAS Lounge Lizard EP-4 (Rhodes and Wurlitzer electric pianos)
  • AIR Music Technology Xpand!2
  • Arturia V-Collection (ARP 2600, ARP Solina String Ensemble, Arturia Spark 2, Mini Moog, Moog Modular, Oberheim Matrix 12, Oberheim SEM, Roland Jupiter 8, Sequential Prophet & Prophet VS, Vox Continental, Wurlitzer Electric Piano, Yamaha CS-80)
  • IK Multimedia SampleTank
  • KORG
    • LegacyCell
    • M1
    • MonoPoly
    • MS-20
    • Polysix
  • Modartt Pianoteq Stage with premium Grand Blüthner (Blüthner Model 1) and D4 (Steinway D) addons and KIViR historical instrument pack
  • Native Instruments Reaktor 5
  • Novation Bass Station
  • Reason 7.1, can be ReWired into other DAWs:
    • Big Bang (cinematic percussion)
    • Orchestral Companion Brass
    • Orchestral Companion Strings
    • Orchestral Companion Woodwinds
  • Steven Slate Drums 4 Platinum
  • Steven Slate Trigger 2 Platinum
  • UVI Analogic Piano 09 (Roland EP-09)
  • UVI Grand Piano Model D (Steinway Concert Grand Model D)
  • UVI Digital Synsations (Yamaha SY77, Korg M1, Roland D50, Ensoniq VFX)
  • UVI Mello (Mellotron)
  • UVI Retro Organs
  • UVI Synth Legacy (Alesis Andromeda, Roland Jupiter 4, Roland Jupiter 8, Roland VP-300, Roland TB-303, Oberheim Matrix 6, Oberheim Xpander, Oberheim OB-X, Studio Electronics ATC, SCI Prophet 5, Yamaha CS-80, Elka Synthex, RSF Kobol, Korg PS-3200, Moog MiniMoog, Moog MemoryMoog, Waldorf Pulse, Access Virus C, Yamaha AN1X, Novation Nova, Waldorf Q, Clavia NordLead, Yamaha DX7, Yamaha DX100, Yamaha FS1R, Korg DS8, NED Synclavier 2, Waldorf Microwave XT, PPG Wave 2.3, Casio VZ-1, Casio CZ-1, Korg DW8000, Kawai K3, SCI Prophet VS, Korg Wavestation, Yamaha SY22, Kawai K5000, OSC OSCar, Seiko DS301, Ensoniq VFX, Kawai K4r, Roland JD-800, Roland D-50, Korg M1, Korg DSS1, Korg MS20, Ensoniq SQ80, Ensoniq Fizmo, Yamaha SY77, Mellotron M400, Fairlight CMI IIx, E-MU Emulator 2)
  • Waves Electric 80
  • Waves Electric 200
  • Waves Element
  • Waves Grand Rhapsody Piano
  • XLN Addictive Keys Studio Grand