Gear used by Seth

Seth uses a bunch of different gear in his daily life and work, and these are some of his favorites!

Roland FANTOM-06

This is the epic synth I use as my main instrument at the moment, and it's super sick. I love it.

  • FANTOM-0 is the perfect choice for the modern musician, combining power and portability with the latest Roland technologies.
  • This 61-note keyboard (FANTOM-06) has an expansive library of electronic and acoustic sounds powered by ZEN-Core and SuperNATURAL technologies, with deep onboard sampling features and native integration with Logic Pro, MainStage, and Ableton Live.
  • It also allows you to create and perform with ease, with hands-on controls, color touchscreen, quick sampling features, and clip-based sequencer, plus a built-in 4x32 USB audio interface.
  • Experience Roland’s extensive library of historic and ever-evolving sounds with FANTOM-0.

Fractal Design Define C TG

  • The Define C TG and Define Mini C TG are the perfect solution for a powerful ATX or Micro ATX build. 
  • With signature Define series design, dense sound dampening material, ModuVent technology, and a full tempered glass side panel, you'll have a clean-looking exterior with full interior visibility and silent operation. 
  • Extensive cooling support is offered to keep your system at optimal performance, and the open air design allows for unobstructed airflow and up to five storage drives. 
  • Make your build come together in an exquisite way with the Define C TG Series.

C. Bechstein Grand Piano

For a bunch of years I've been using this old C. Bechstein grand piano. It's about 215 cm long (which is big) and very old. I believe it's from the 1880s or 1890s, so way over a century old.

I like to keep it a bit out of tune, because what's the point of having a perfectly tuned grand piano when you can get something that sounds perfectly tuned on any keyboard or software ever?

Nintendo GameCube Kiosk

Oh yeah, I also have this annoyingly big and heavy Nintendo GameCube kiosk. I managed to pull my back out just from moving this thing, so now it's not going anywhere. It looks so cool though.

This GameCube kiosk was originally kept at a horse racing track or something (?) but I bought it a few years ago, and it's all original Nintendo parts and still works amazingly well with all the lights and stuff!