Show Off Your Studio: Timo Baker’s synth-filled Bristol studio

    An up-close and personal look at the composer's studio.

    Given his three-decades-long experience playing in bands, scoring films and composing for Hollywood blockbusters, Timo Baker has amassed quite an arsenal of gear in his Bristol studio. From guitar pedals and synths to plug-ins and virtual instruments, here’s a closer look at the tools of Timo’s trade.

    Key kit

    • FabFilter Pro-R
    • TAL-Dub
    • Melda Production’s suite
    • Soundtoys 5
    • Many UAD plug-ins
    • iZotope Trash 2 and Mobius Filter
    • u-he Zebra and Braille synths
    • Numerous Spitfire libraries
    • Numerous Soundiron libraries
    • Omnisphere 2.5
    • Ohm Force Ohmicide
    • Native Instruments Komplete

    timo baker studio bass
    Timo likes to use a violin bow on bass to generate some unusual sonic textures

    timo baker Korg Prophecy and MS2000 Moog Sub 37
    Ranging from Korg’s classic Prophecy and MS2000 to the Moog Sub 37, Timo’s synths cover most bases…

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    That’s no Moog… It’s a Bass Station

    timo baker studio virus ti
    The Virus TI, looking (and no doubt sounding) moody and dramatic

    timo baker studio TC Electronic G-System
    TC Electronic’s G-System offers easy FX switching

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    Read our interview with Timo here.

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