Here's my current rig:
Atari Falcon running Cubase Audio 2.06 (although, I'm just using it as a midi sequencer for most of the time).
In the rack from top to bottom: Steinberg SMP24, Roland U-220, Roland JV1080, Yamaha TG77, Kawai K3M, Akai S2000, Behringer ADA8000 and MOTU 896 - these are linked together to give 16 channels into the MacBook Pro sitting on top of the rack.
Then I have a Roland Juno G - quite a versatile bit of kit and served me well over the years as part of my live rig, but now retired to the studio.
Finally, at the end of the room, there's my current full live rig consisting of a Nord Stage 2 with a StudioLogic VMK161 organ controller and a Nord Wave on top.
The eagle eyed may have noticed the old Tascam PortaStudio in the corner - I use this as a line mixer for my keyboard rig. This is sitting on top of a Fender Blues Junior which I have modded with most of the Billm kits including replacing the output power transformer and upgrading the EL84's to 6L6's.
Not shown are the various guitars (Custom Shop 59 reissue Strat, Gibson LP Studio, Stagg bass and a budget electro acoustic), amps, mics and effect units/stomp boxes. Not that I do much guitar work these days.
All MIDI sequencing is performed on the Falc, then I track it into Logic 9 on the Mac. From there I track additional non-midi instruments and vocals then mix & master it.
Whilst I could do everything in Logic, I much prefer the MIDI implementation offered by the Atari + SMP24.
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TT030: 4MB/16MB + Crazy Dots, Mega"SST" 12, MegaSTE, STE: Desktopper case, IDE interface, UltraSatan (8GB + 512Mb) + HXC floppy emulator. Plus some STE's/STFM's