Liam Howlett’s synths and gear in studio and live.
The SE-70 is a half rack size digital multi effect processor.
It has some multi-effects setups for guitar/bass/keyboard/vocal, though they're processed in 32kHz mode.
Reverb, Gate Reverb, Ambience, Delay, Chorus, Pitch Shift, Phaser, Flanger, Ring Modulator, Noise Suppressor, Overdrive/Distortion, Rotary, Enhancer, Panning/Tremolo, Slow Gear, Compressor/Limiter, Auto Wah, Guitar Amp Simulator, Vibrato, Feedbacker, Bass Amp Simulator, De-esser, Equalizer, Vocoder, Guitar Synth, Bass Synth, Mixer, Hum Canceler, Vocal Canceler, Key Changer, 2 Second Digital Sampler, plus a Chromatic Tuner and Metronome.
Slow gear, comp/limit, auto wah, overdrive/distortion, eq, enhancer, bass amp simulator, noise suppressor, pitch shifter, vibrato, phaser, flanger, delay, chorus, panning/tremolo.
21 band vocoder
12 voice pitch shifter
16 unit chorus, etc.
Signal level is 0dB or -20dB in.
If you turn the reverb on heavily, with some wrong values, you get exciting distortion effects, which are one of the Prodigy's trademarks (at least on the FOTL-album, you can hear them on SMBU and Narayan, for example)
Liam once said to an interviewer, asking him what advice he'd give to upcoming musicians: "I'd like to quote Keith here, who said 'You can never have enough SE-70's'... "