Soundhammer Studios has a nice selection of keyboards that can be made available for your session. All equipment usage must be discussed and prearranged well in advance of the recording session in order go garauntee availability. All of the equipment at Soundhammer Studio is available by appointment only

Kawai MP11SE

Kawai MP11 SE - The flagship keyboard of today is the Kawai MP11SE, this keyboard incorporates triple sensors and let-off to deliver the most accurate and real piano experience of any keyboard on the market. The MP11SE's 88-note Grand Feel wooden-key weighted action feels like the real deal; Ivory Touch key surfaces and the included Triple Pedal Assembly with half-damper support complete the illusion. And the onboard Harmonic Imaging XL sounds are simply stunning. With its gorgeous Shigeru Kawai SK-EX, SK-5, and Kawai EX concert grand pianos, vibey vintage EPs with amp simulations, shimmery reverb and effects, and more. The MP11SE's pitch and mod wheels, song recorder, expression pedal jack, pro connectivity, and make it a superb master controller also for our studi. Incredible feel, sound, and versatility proves we can really have it all with the Kawai MP11SE. Clients LOVE this keyboard.
To understand the amazing sounds and applications of the MP11SE, you can watch this demontration video below.

Hammond SK2

Hammond SK2 - The authentic sound of the original Hammond B2 has never sounded so good.The Hammond Sk2 is the Sk1 plus a second 61-note keyboard for added convenience-you may play the Sk2 as a two-manual organ, or assign the Drawbar/Extra Voice divisions to your choice of keyboard. It has all the vibe of the vintage B-3 into a trim 35-pound package. Much like its little brother, it gives you a wide series of other voices, like Acoustic and Electric Pianos, Clav, Vintage Combo Organs, Vintage String Synthesizer, Accordions, Pipe Organ, and many more. The Sk2 isn't a watered-down, light version of a Hammond, either. All the classic features that make a Hammond are included: real mechanical drawbars, Waterfall keyboard, touch-response percussion, Chorus Vibrato, and a new-generation Digital Leslie that gives the big speaker a run for the money. Your eyes will see an easily portable two-tiered organ, but close your ears will hear, and your fingers will feel a B-3.
To convince yourself of the capabilities of this keyboard, you can watch this demontration video below.

Yamaha DX7S

Yamaha DX7S - The most famous, and widely produced of the DX synths. 6 operators, one timbre and no effects.When you think of 80s music, some of the sounds that come to mind are sparkly electric pianos, metallic basses and cheesy orchestral elements. Many of these sounds came from one synthesizer: the Yamaha DX7. It was released in 1983, and was the first digital synthesizer to have an impact on popular music. Along with its eventual spiritual successors, the Roland D-50 and Korg M1, the DX7 marked a move away from warm analog sounds, to complex digital sounds. For a producer, the DX7 meant more sonic options in one box, and more versatility in a recording studio. The DX7S is one of THE most sought-after keyboards for any studio and beat creation professional. When you hear the sounds of Modanna's Papa Don't Preach, you are hearing the sounds of the DX7S.
To hear the beautiful, rich, and very memerable sounds and powerful options of the DX7S can be heard here in this video below.

Ensoniq SQ-80

Hammond SK2 - The SQ-80 is basically a reved-up ESQ-1 with a total of 75 waveforms, a 61-note keyboard with velocity & aftertouch, floppy disk drive for storing patches and sequences, and an enhanced sequencer. Great for organs, analog-type sounds, pads and sound effects. Like the classic ESQ-1, the SQ-80 functions in providing analog-type 4-pole lowpass filtering and editing of digital waveforms. Each voice can combine up to 3 of the 75 waveforms. These waveforms include multi-sampled transient attack waves such as violin bow, plectrum picks, mallet, hammer, breath attacks and percussive sounds. There are also 5 sampled drum sets. Three LFOs are onboard for some pretty wild modulation of the sounds you create or edit. Complete MIDI implementation makes the SQ-80 great for any studio or live use too.
To hear the bold layered sounds of the SQ80, you only need to watch this video.

Controllers and Samplers

Soundhammer keyboards all act as synth controllers too in assisting the electronic process of creating your song and providing virtual synth workstations.

Soundhammer has one of the original Korg Electrvibe MKSII Samplers also.