LCD Soundsystem

circa 2008-2010

Based on interviews, liner notes, pictures, and videos: Baldwin Fun Machine, Bradley Electric Guitar, Casio CT-410V, Casio MT-68, Casio MT-400, Casio PT-1, EML Electrocomp 100, EML Electrocomp 101, EMS Polysynthi, EMS Synthi A, EMS VCS3 Putney, Farfisa Professional Duo, 60s Fender Jazzmaster, Hohner Clavinet D6, Hohner Soprano Glockenspiel, Korg Delta, Korg microKORG, Korg Poly Ensemble, Korg SQ-10, Korg Stage Echo, Moog CDX Organ, Moog Rogue, Moog Taurus ll, Novation Bass Station, Omnichord, Propellerhead Reason, Roland Juno-60, Roland MC-909, Roland SH-101, Roland SP-606, Roland System 100, Roland TR-33, Roland TR-606, Roland TR-808, Roland TR-909, Sequential Circuits Prophet-600, Silvertone Guitar, Silvertone Practice Amp, Simmons SDS-V E-Drums, Simmons SDS-7 E-Drums, Simmons SDS-8 E-Drums, Sky Soundlab Voice Spectra Vocoder, Squier Telecaster, Star Synare, Vox AC30, Wurlitzer 200A, Wurlitzer Sideman, Wurlitzer Spinet Piano, Yamaha CP-60, Yamaha CS-50, Yamaha CS-60.

All of Murphy's bass guitar work is done with a 1968 Epiphone ET280 (with Allparts Gibson EB3 clone bridge pickups in the neck and bridge positions) through an old Ampeg Portaflex B-15N flip-top amp, and all of his drumming is done on a set of 1957 Gretsch jazz drums.


  • Microphones: Altec 633A, Beyer M160, Beyer M201, Coles 4033, Electro-Voice RE2000, Manley Reference Cardioid, Neumann TLM-193, RCA BK5, Sennheiser E609, Sennheiser MD409
  • Apple Mac G5, Apogee AD8000, Logic Pro 7, Purple Audio console, Toft ATB-16 (This Is Happening)
  • Akai MFC42 Filter, Altec Tube Mixer, AKG BX10 Reverb, DBX 161, DBX 162, DBX 165, Lexicon Prime Time, Lexicon Prime Time II, Lexicon Super Prime Time, Pendulum Tube Limiter, Purple Audio MC76, Purple Audio MC77, Roland Space Echo RE-201, Teletronix LA-2A, Ursa Major Space Station
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