"The equipment list is too numerous to mention it all but, I'll give the main highlights:
I'm running Cubase Pro 10.5. 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), as you see in the picture, 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 miss the feel of moving real faders, so I changed to an icon QCon Pro X and an icon QCon Pro XS for 16 motorized faders (if I should find more room, I might add one or two more Pro XS units for a total of 24 or 32 faders)"
My new favorite plugins are from Acustica Audio...especially Pink (API), Viridian (Helios Console and PYE compressor), Taupe (MCI console and lots of tape machines), Camel (Calrec console), ElRay (RCA compressor) and Gold (Neve consoles)... I own most of the AA plugins..., Lindell ( The 80 series...Neve 1084...and the 50 series...API console)...my new go to consoles for tracking stage..., Plugin Alliance (SSL 9000J...which I use for mixdown, Townhouse Compressor...always on my mixbus... and SPL Transient Designer Plus), Kush (AR-1 compressor...always used for tracking stage), Slate Digital (VMR, VMS and Red Compressor), T-Racks Tape Machines (the JH24 model for tracking and the Ampex 440 for mixdown), The Waves Abbey Road Collection and I have a UAD-2 Quad and Octo card. I have pretty much all of their plugins and I use them all! These are not all my plugins, but they are my go to plugins and are used constantly.
For Reverbs...UAD Capital Chambers...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...and a ton of other Reverbs and delays.
Many virtual instruments by Toontracks (SD3), East West, Native Instruments, Ivory, Garritan, IK Multimedia, Sonic Reality, fxpansion,...too numerous to mention them all.
In the Hardware Rack, among other things, I have an Antelope audio Orion Studio Synergy Core (with a Personus Digimax DP88 in the ADAT i/o for drums) as my audio interface (recording at 96k). I have numerous stand alone mic pres from ART, Presonus, M-Audio and Studio Projects. My main hardware microphone preamplifiers are: A Sound Techniques A Range Channel Strip-Sunset Sound Limited Edition (only 50 made)...this unit sounds AMAZING and it's a piece of Rock history (and Danny White, owner of Sound Techniques is an really great guy), Dizengoff D4 (EMI REDD 47 clone), three H2 Audio 2128 mic pres (Olympic Studios Helios type 69 console mic pre), Sunset Sound Tutti mic pre (Sunset Sound Studios custom API console 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, two of which I use for my Line 6 Helix guitar processor), 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 ). M-Audio DMP3 modded by JJ Audio, Joemeek VC1Q (which I use for my other Bass DI) and a Focusrite Platinum Twintrack Pro (interfaced with my Orion Studio through SPDIF for a total of 22 inputs). For outboard effects I have (among others) a Kurzweil Rumour, a Lexicon MX200, two Behringer V-Verbs and a Rocktron Intellifex
I monitor with:
Focal Alpha 80 monitors as my main monitors. I check my mixes for low end content on my KRK VXT8 powered monitors and KRK powered subwoofer and a pair of powered Avantone Mixcubes to check if I can hear everything at low levels on a frequency challenged system. I used to also check with a pair of vintage JBL L36 passive monitors and Vintage Pioneer HPM-40 speakers powered by a vintage European Sansui 790 Receiver (I also have a vintage Marantz 2275 receiver and an NAD receiver), but I haven't been doing that lately. I have many more plugins and hardware units but, these are the things I use the most. Although I have my recordings mastered at Abbey Road, if I have to do a quick reference master or work on audio for a video for youtube, I master on a separate computer and monitor with the Blue Sky EXO 2.1 system as well as Mackie MR5 powered monitors, using an SM Audio M-Patch to control Volume and switch between them.