Stefan's setup in Nijmegen

Recording hardware and software
Core 2 Duo 2.6 GHz, E-MU 0404, Creamware Luna + Pulsar I, Behringer Ultragain Pro-8, Steinberg Midex 8, Focusrite Voicemaster, AKG C3000B. Emulator X, Creamware Modular 2/3 und Minimax, Cubase 4, NI Reaktor 5.
Braintec Transistorbass (2x)
This monophonic synthesizer features 2 oscillators, a 24dB lowpass filter, 2 LFOs, 2 envelopes (one of which only generates a fixed shape for amplification), oscillator sync and filter-FM. Its MIDI implementation is not complete, but quite usable. The Transistorbass was introduced as a TB303 clone in the 90s, but it is capable of producing a much wider range of sounds. We decided to buy two of them, which we now use as a 4 oscillator, 2 filters, stereo output synth.
EMU UltraProteus
A mixture of EMU Proteus 1-3, Proformance und Morpheus: 16 MByte sample ROM, 32 voices with a 14-pole filter (288 different types) each. The module has a flexible modulation matrix, and just sounds nice. Unfortunately its display is a real peep hole.
EMU Xboard 49
A plain USB master keyboard. 49 decent keys, some knobs, nice software functions.
Kawai K5000R
This is an additive synthesizer, giving you complete control how to assemble a sound from up to 128 harmonics. Once you managed to get a grip on how it works, you might be rewarded with beautiful noises. But be warned, editing is nightmare (despite its rather large display).
Roland JX8P
The JX8P is the big brother of the JX3P. It's quite an ugly machine, but it can be fully controlled by MIDI sysex. Furthermore, its sound engine is a bit more flexible than the JX3P's.
Waldorf Pulse
A lot of digital control but the sound is produced purely analogue. 3 oscillators, 24dB cascade lowpass filter, 2 envelopes, 2 LFOs, hardsync, crossmodulation, 4 programmable modulation routings, complete MIDI implementation by continuous controllers, arpeggiator that can be synchronized to the MIDI clock (like the LFOs).
Monophonic, but sounds GREAT.
Yamaha WX5 & VL70m
The WX5 is a wind synth, which you can think of as an electronic saxophone, or rather a mute electronic saxophone, because it doesn't produce any sound on its own. This is taken care of by the VL70m, who really likes being connected to the WX5.