May 2, 2019
Including Roland’s SP-555 sampler and a ’90s Technics synth.
Daniel Lopatin aka Oneohtrix Point Never is selling a host of synths, samplers and studio gear used throughout his career through online music store Reverb.
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Lopatin is parting with a number of unusual and sentimental items from his collection in order to help him build a “new, more permanent studio space”.
Items include a Roland SP-555 sampler used on his 2011 album Replica (complete with memory card and samples from the same tour) and a Roland SP-404 sampler used on 2009’s Zones Without People. According to Lopatin, the SP-404 was a touring item that saw “a lot of basement floors and backs of vans” in the 2000s.
Other gear up for grabs includes a Technics SX-WSA1 analog modelling synthesiser Lopatin refers to as a “unicorn”, an Alesis ION Synthesiser used on Commissions I and II and a Focal Solo 6 Be Monitoring System used to record everything from 2013’s R Plus Seven onwards. Lopatin is also parting with a Waldorf Microwave XT Synthesiser and Korg Kronos X Music Workstation used on 2015’s Garden of Delete and 2017’s Good Time score.
Oneohtrix Point Never’s Reverb store opens on Tuesday 7th May – head here for more info.