Long history of a love for electronic music. Friend loaned an ancient Roland System 200 to me in high school, and let me hang out in a local music store nights to explore more modern synths. Began building a synth collection in 2000 that included such notable pieces as Oberheim Matrix (with Xpander) and OBMX 12-voice, Kyma/Capybara system, and virtually all of the Waldorf products including one of 300 Wave keyboards. At one time there were 25 rack and key synths connected and active in the studio, all linked through a Mackie D8B digital board. ...soooo many pretty lights and sounds to marvel at! :)
I am now finalizing my current home studio, based on Sonar X1 with a small Allen & Heath mixer into Apogee convertors into RME AES/EBU cards. Notable synths in the arsenal now are Roland's Jupiter 6 and 8, and MKS-70 and 80, D-550 and JD-990. Plus a Kawai K5000, Waldorf Microwave I, Yamaha FS1R, Oberheim Xpander, Hartmann Neuron, JoMox SunSyn, and soon a Dave Bowen Solaris (in the 1st 50 to be made).