Oneohtrix Point Never is selling off his studio gear and synths

Oneohtrix Point Never © Ro Murphy
© Ro Murphy

Daniel Lopatin is selling a host of synths, samplers, pedals and studio gear from his personal collection.

The producer and composer has announced he’s clearing out his collection of equipment to make room for a “new, more permanent studio space”. A number of items will be sold through his online store Reverb, including a Roland SP-555 sampler used on 2011’s Replica and a Roland SP-404, which Lopatin used on tour during the 2000s.

One of his favourite items, the Alesis ION synthesiser, will feature in the store too. The item has been used “exhaustively on multiple live projects and albums” and will include the musician’s original patches. There’s also Lopatin’s Waldorf Microwave XT Synthesiser, which featured on 2015’s Garden of Delete, 2017’s Good Time and 2018’s Age Of. Other items to be sold through his Reverb store include a Technics SX-WSA1 Synthesiser and Elektron Analog 4 Voice Analog Synthesiser and more.

Lopatin’s last album was 2018’s Age Of. His MYRIAD concert series wrapped up earlier this year, in March, at London’s Roundhouse.

The online sale will open on 7 May. Head here for the full list of items.