Without any doubt, synthesizers are the center point of The William Salmela Project's studio. The more the better? Well, not always so. They take space, especially the vintage ones, and you’ll feel sorry when not using them.
As you’ll probably notice, I’m very much into Korg synthesizers, but there are plenty of others too. And when it comes to the analog vs. digital debate, I’d say get them both! I prefer analog in many ways, but that doesn’t mean I couldn’t or shouldn’t use digital ones too. They also make great noises. But many times I find that the vintage synthesizers have more character in their sound (even the digital ones), and the limitations can become a source of inspiration. And nothing beats the looks of proper hardware synths.
Pleace pick a synth of your interest from the list. I'll be adding more every now and then...

Access Virus b
Akai VX-90
Casio CZ-3000
Electro-Harmonix Super Space Drum 
E-MU Orbit 9090 
Hillwood SY-1800

Korg 01/W fd, 01/W pro, 01R/W
Korg 707 
Korg Delta
Korg (Keio) DoncaMatic MiniPops
Korg DVP-1
Korg EX-800
Korg EX-8000
Korg Kaoss Pad 2
Korg KR-55
Lorg Lambda
Korg MS-20 mini
Korg MS-2000R
Korg Oasys
Korg Sigma
Korg TR-Rack 
Korg Trident
Korg Trinity, Trinity plus, Trinity pro, V3
Korg Triton Extreme + EXB-MOSS 

MAM MB33 mk II
MFB Synth Lite 2

Moog Etherwave Theremin
Moog Micromoog
Moog Taurus

Roland CR-1000
Roland D-50
Roland Juno 106
Roland JX-8P 
Roland MKS-70
Roland M-DC1, M-VS1, M-SE1, M-OC1 
Roland RS-09
Roland RS-505 Paraphonic 
Roland V-Synth XT

Suzuki Omnichord OM-84 

Waldorf Blofeld
Waldorf Streichfett


Yamaha CS-40M
Yamaha EX5
Yamaha SK-20
Yamaha SS-30