This music studio is centered around digital music and audio production and MIDI recording. I use two different keyboards, a synthesizer and a digital piano, and a pad controller and sequencer. There is also an audio interface to record electrical instruments and microphones.
To cover as much of the genre and sound spectrum as possible, I get the flexibility and amazing sound of Virtual Analog synthesizers. These provide a warm and alive sound to my digital productions, but are still flexible enough for modern genres.
On the other hand, I have wavetable, additive, and frequency modulation synthesizers that deliver the most precise (or distorted) sound ever to cover the accuracy needed in some genres.
Finally, to cover the rest of the sound areas, I have romplers, samplers and granular synthesizers to recreate both acoustic and natural sounds, as well as pads, drones and out-of-this-world atmospheres.
As for percussion, drums and other sound effects, I have multiple sound libraries. Ranging from EDM loops to field recordings, including drum breaks, impacts and risers, and acoustic instrument samples.
After recording everything and finishing the arrangement, it's time to mix. In this case I prefer combining purely digital effects with analog simulations to get the best of both worlds, and use the minimum number of tools without being restrictive to get a more efficient workflow.
I also have multiple modulation and ambience effects like reverbs, delays, flangers, phasers and choruses to get a characterful mix without sacrificing cleanliness. The distortion and saturation effects allow the mix to sound as analog as possible too, in case it was needed.