"The equipment list is too numerous to mention it all but, I'll give the main highlights:
I'm running Cubase Pro 11 and 12.
I used to have a Mackie Control Universal Pro and two Extender Pros for 24 moving faders of mixing (unlimited if you factor in the layers), but the faders went and they wouldn’t support it...so I switched to a Slate Digital Raven MTI2 as my controller (virtual console). As cool as Raven is, I missed the feel of moving real faders, so I changed to an icon QCon Pro X and two icon QCon Pro XS for 24 motorized faders. They are AWESOME and it really feels like I’m mixing on a real console.
I have a Softube Console 1 MK II and I love it. I now have it on all my channels and mixbus. I’m usually using the American Class A (API) console (LOVE the transient designer), but also use the SSL (both 9000 and 4000), from time to time, as well as the Neve.
With my Sunset Sound Tutti and CAPI FD312 mic preamps... both Frank DeMedio designs... using the API EQ and virtually putting everything in Sunset Sound, using the IK Sunset Sound Studios Reverb (vocal iso booths, studio live rooms, chambers and plates), it’s like I’m recording in Sunset Sound, using the spaces and mixing on the custum Console with DeMideo designed preamps and API EQ.
I own almost all the Acoustica Audio, IK Multimedia, Softube, Waves and UAD plugins ( I have a UAD-2 Quad and Octo card, so I have plenty of processing power). I subscribe to Slate, Plugin Alliance, and Kush, so I’m never at a loss for plugins (in fact, I often forget which plugins I own, because there are so many).
I record, virtually, as I would have with real gear in the past. I have analog front ends. Once the track is recorded, I put it through an environment, a console and Multi-Track tape plugin (usually the MCI JH-24 in IK’s Tape Machine, but will sometimes use Slate VTM), then I render the track, as though it was recorded to tape. Now I add a console, EQ, compression, delays, reverbs, etc., and mixdown. I always have an Ampex 2-track (IK Tape Machine, VTM or UAD) and a couple of compressors (Plugin Alliance Townhouse and Slate Focusrite Red, as well as Console 1 compression) on the mixbus.
For Reverbs... I have UAD Capital Chambers and Plate 140...I am loving the IK Sunset Sound Studios Reverb. I use it all (iso booths, live rooms, Chambers and plates). I use it on everything! I also have Altiverb 7, East West Spaces Abbey Road Chambers and Plates, IK Fame Studios, UAD Hitsville, IK Farm Stone Room and Acustica Silver...and a ton of other Reverbs and delays.
I have many virtual instruments by Toontracks (SD3), East West, Native Instruments, Ivory, Garritan, IK Multimedia, Pianoteq, Sonic Reality, fxpansion,...too numerous to mention them all.
In the Hardware Rack, among other things, I have an Antelope audio Orion Studio 32+ gen 4 (recording at 96k). I have a Stam Audio Stamchild 660 (Fairchild 660 compressor clone) and a Stam Audio Pultec (with NOS transformers and the midrange section added) on order and will post pictures later.
I have numerous stand alone mic pres, but my main hardware microphone preamps are:
A Sound Techniques A Range Channel Strip-Sunset Sound Limited Edition (only 25 made)...this unit sounds AMAZING and it's a piece of Rock history (and Danny White, owner of Sound Techniques is a really great guy), Dizengoff D4 and Type 47 (EMI REDD 47 console mic pre clones), Dizengoff type 124 (EMI RS124 compressor clone), Revive Audio modified Warm Audio Pultec tube EQ, Retro Doublewide Vari Mu Compressor, three H2 Audio 2128 mic pres (Olympic Studios Helios type 69 console mic pre), two Sunset Sound Tutti mic pres (Sunset Sound Studios custom DeMedio console mic pres), 6 CAPI FD312 (including two of the new MK II versions, all DeMideo console designs), two Revive Audio modded Warm Audio WA-412 (API clone) 4 channel mic pres (for a total of eight channels), Warm Audio WA-73 (Neve 1073 and WA-273 mic pre clones), Presonus Digimax DP88 8 channel mic pre, A-Designs P1 (Quad Eight mic pre), Vintech 573 (Neve 1073 mic pre), Universal Audio LA-610 Channel Strip, Golden Age Pre73 (Neve 1073 mic pre) modded by Zen Pro Audio (Warren is GREAT, my pre had the knobs broken in shipping and he replaced them free of charge), three CAPI V26 mic pres (vintage API console mic pre clones), Daking mic pre one (Trident mic pre), stock Golden Age Pre73 (which I use for one bass channel), two ART MPA II Pro with Sylvania NOS tubes (one I used to use for my Cascade Vin jet ribbon mics for drum overheads, but I switched to a pair of Joly modded NT5 pencil mics for the overheads...now using Slate modeling pencil mics ). M-Audio DMP3 modded by JJ Audio, Joemeek VC1Q (which I use for my other Bass DI) and a Focusrite Platinum Twintrack Pro. For outboard effects I have (among others) a Kurzweil Rumour, a Lexicon MX200, two Behringer V-Verbs and a Rocktron Intellifex