(just trying to get the attention of Errikos :))
Coming to my main question, looking at studios like the one on the video, I've always been (genuinely) curious as to what these racks and racks of equipment are for? I thought all that was needed to make fancy orchestral music these days was a simple sound card and a computer, but then I don't do this for a living so I'm rather naive. Is each one of those 'things' a server dedicated to each sample library and all of them are networked? audio interfaces and amplifiers?
But then, when looking at John William' 'studio' I realize we dont even need a computer to make the most memorable film music of our times; https://thelegacyofjohnwilliams.files.wordpress.com/2019/02/jw-office_1997.jpg (I must admit I can stare at this pic for hours, imagining him going back and forth between the piano and the drawing board next to it and hearing those great orchestral scores)
I guess there is not just one way to make music.
Happy and Safe holidays to everyone!