Experimental electronic composer Oneohtrix Point Never is set to sell off a motherload of synthesisers, samplers, drum machines and more in an official partnership with gear retail hub Reverb.
Launching officially on Tuesday May 7, the Oneohtrix Point Never Official Reverb Shop is also set to feature assorted effects pedals and pieces of recording gear, with the electronic maestro set to put the funds of the sale into constructing a solid studio space to make more mind-bending bangers.
Among the items set to be auctioned by OPN (whose real name is Daniel Lopatin) are a Roland SP555 Sampler, a Roland SP-404, an Elektron Analog 4 Voice synthesiser with custom wood railings, a Waldorf Microwave XT Synthesizer used on his most recent recordings and an Alesis ION Synthesiser, used extensively by Loptain both live and in the studio. Other items include studio monitors and workstations, making this an electronic producer's absolute dream auction.
Check out a selection of the items on offer below:
A Roland SP-404 used to record 2009's Zones Without People.
A Roland SP-555 used prominently on 2011's Replica.
An Alesis Ion with Lopatin's original synth and vocoder patches.
Check out the full list of gear over at the Oneohtrix Point Never Reverb Shop, and sign up for updates on when the sale goes live.
(Feature image via BBC.)