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Equipment

  • Dimensions
    • Control Room: 9mt x 6mt

      Control Room: 9mt x 6mt

    • Live Room: 13.6mt x 12mt

      Live Room: 13.6mt x 12mt

  • Mixing Desk
    • SSL 4056E with G Computer and Total Recall

      SSL 4056E

  • Hard Disc Recording
    • Prism Sound ADA-8XR AD/DA Converter (x4)

      Prism Sound ADA-8XR AD/DA Converter

    • Apogee AD8000 AD Convertor

      Apogee AD8000 AD Convertor

    • Sony PCM-2600 DAT Machine

      Sony PCM-2600 DAT Machine

    • Sony SCD XB770 Super Audio CD Player

      Sony SCD XB770 Super Audio CD Player

  • Equalisation / Mic Pres
    • Pultec EQP-1A3 EQ (x2)

      Pultec EQP-1A3 EQ

    • Urei 545 4 Band Parametric EQ (x2)

      Urei 545 4 Band Parametric EQ

  • Dynamics
    • DBX 160A Compressor/Limiter (x2)

      DBX 160A Compressor/Limiter

      A fast and clear outboard compressor giving excellent results.

    • Drawmer DL221 Dual Compressor/Limiter

      Drawmer DL221 Dual Compressor/Limiter

    • Drawmer M500 Dynamics Processor

      Drawmer M500 Dynamics Processor

    • Tube-Tech LCA 2B Stereo Compressor

      Tube-Tech LCA 2B Stereo Compressor

    • Urei 1176 Silverface

      Urei 1176 Silverface

  • Reverberation
    • AKG BX20E Spring Reverb

      AKG BX20E Spring Reverb

    • AMS RMX16 Digital Reverb

      AMS RMX16 Digital Reverb

      The AMS RMX16 was the world's first microprocessor-controlled, full-bandwidth, digital reverberator. Heard on hundreds — if not thousands — of seminal recordings from the 1980s onward, the RMX16 is still found in nearly every major recording studio the world over.

    • Lexicon 224 Digital Reverb

      Lexicon 224 Digital Reverb

    • Lexicon 480L Digital Effects System

      Lexicon 480L Digital Effects System

      Usually seen sitting on top of the console in many studios, the 480L reverb was released in 1986. Lexicon are considered to be the pioneers of digital reverb, so you can expect some excellent sounds from this unit.

    • Lexicon MPX-1 Effects Processor

      Lexicon MPX-1 Effects Processor

    • Lexicon PCM70 Digital Effects Processor

      Lexicon PCM70 Digital Effects Processor

      This digital effects unit has a range of reverbs & delays to suit any mix. This unit encourages you to tweak and explore the capabilities to get any desired sound.

    • Yamaha SPX90 MKII Multi Effects Processor

      Yamaha SPX90 MKII Multi Effects Processor

      The second version of the Yamaha SPX90 offers a digital FX unit from the 80's. It has real nice reverb sounds and has a clean digital sound, but creates good placement in every mix, when used the right way.

  • Delays / FX Processors
    • AMS DMX 15 Digital Delay

      AMS DMX 15 Digital Delay

    • Roland Space Echo Echo & Reverb Effects Module

      Roland Space Echo Echo & Reverb Effects Module

    • Sony DPS-M7 Digital Sonic Modulator

      Sony DPS-M7 Digital Sonic Modulator

    • TC Electronic 2290 Dynamic Digital Delay

      TC Electronic 2290 Dynamic Digital Delay

    • Yamaha SPX1000 Multi Effcets Processor

      Yamaha SPX1000 Multi Effcets Processor

      The SPX990 has 80 spectacular presets which includes natural reverbs, gates and delay & echoes. These all run through a clean and transparent system.

    • Yamaha SPX90 Multi Effects Processor

      Yamaha SPX90 Multi Effects Processor

      The Yamaha SPX90 is a digital multi-effects processor that has been a staple of many recording studios over the years. The effects it includes are distortion, flange, tremolo and delay. These effects can be used singularly or they can be mixed and matched together.

  • Microphones
    • AKG C 12A Tube VR

      AKG C 12A Tube

    • AKG C 414 B-TL II (x2)

      AKG C 414 B-TL II

    • AKG C 414 B-ULS

      AKG C 414 B-ULS

      The C414 B-ULS is THE reference microphone for almost all comparative microphone tests and one of the most used condenser microphones in the world. It is the microphone of choice for miking up vocals, grand pianos, percussions, and any other sound sources with complex waveforms. A gold-sputtered 1-inch dual-diaphragm and Ultra Linear Series electronics combine to provide an extremely smooth frequency response.

    • AKG C 414 B-XL II (x2) Stereo Match

      AKG C 414 B-XL II

    • AKG C 535 EB (x2)

      AKG C 535 EB

    • AKG D 112 (x2)

      AKG D 112

    • AKG D 320 B (x4)

      AKG D 320 B

    • Audix ADX50 (x2)

      Audix ADX50

    • Audix D1

      Audix D1

    • Audix D2 (x2)

      Audix D2

    • Audix D4

      Audix D4

    • Beyerdynamic CK 706

      Beyerdynamic CK 706

    • Beyerdynamic CK 703

      Beyerdynamic CK 703

    • Beyerdynamic M 201 N

      Beyerdynamic M 201 N

      The specs for the 2001-era M 201 N(C) give a sensitivity rating higher than the currently shipping model — 2 mV/Pa rather than today’s version at 1.2 mV/Pa.
      Useful for snare drum, freak high-SPL situations where you still need good midrange clarity.

    • Beyerdynamic M 260 N

      Beyerdynamic M 260 N

    • Beyerdynamic M 380

      Beyerdynamic M 380

    • Beyerdynamic M 69 N

      Beyerdynamic M 69 N

    • Calrec CB 20 C

      Calrec CB 20 C

    • Calrec CC 50

      Calrec CC 50

    • Calrec CC 51

      Calrec CC 51

    • Electro-Voice PL20

      Electro-Voice PL20

    • Electrovoice RE 20

      Electrovoice RE 20

      The RE20 dynamic cardioid microphone is truly an industry standard, a firm favorite among broadcasters and sound engineers worldwide. Its popularity also extends into music production as a premium grade instrument microphone. Its Variable-D design and heavy-duty internal pop filter excel for close-in voice work, while an internal element shock-mount reduces vibration-induced noise.

    • Neumann KM 184 (x5) ni

      Neumann KM 184

      The KM 184 has a gentle rise at about 9 kHz, a characteristic that was introduced very successfully with the KM 140. The result is a tonal balance that is fresher and livelier when compared to the KM 84 with its flat frequency response in that band.

    • Neumann KM 84i (x3)

      Neumann KM 84i

      The KM 84i is a small-diaphragm FET condenser with a fixed Cardioid pickup pattern. It was the world’s first phantom-powered microphone, built to run on 48v DC. Its design goal was to be as small as possible; the model name ‘KM’ stands for Kleine Mikrofon (“small microphone”). Although discontinued in 1992, the KM-84i remains a favorite of vintage mic enthusiasts for drum overheads and hi-hat applications.

    • Neumann KM 86i (x2)

      Neumann KM 86i

      The KM 86 is a multipattern FET condenser microphone with two KK84 small-diaphragm Cardioid capsules mounted back-to-back. This mic was essentially a phantom-powered FET version of the KM 66 tube mic; both models contained a switch on the mic body allows selection of Cardioid, Omnidirectional, or figure-of-8 polar patterns.

    • Neumann M 149 Tube

      Neumann M 149 Tube

    • Neumann SM 69 fet

      Neumann SM 69 fet

    • Neumann U 47 FET

      Neumann U 47 FET

      he U 47 fet is an essential contributor to the 1960s and 1970s. As a secret weapon for recording producers eager to experiment, it was not only a top microphone for soloists, but also decisively affected the spatial dimension of the sound and the tonal depth of countless productions.

    • Neumann U 87 Ai (x2)

      Neumann U 87 Ai

      The U 87 Ai condenser microphone is a large diaphragm microphone with three polar patterns and a unique frequency and transient response characteristic. Users recognize the microphone immediately by its distinctive design. It is a good choice for most general purpose applications in studios, for broadcasting, film and television.

    • Neumann U 87 i (x7)

      Neumann U 87 i

    • Pearl DM 7000

      Pearl DM 7000

    • Schoeps CMC 5U (x2) MK 41 (Hypercardioid)

      Schoeps CMC 5U

    • Schoeps CMC 5U (x2) MK2 (Omni)

      Schoeps CMC 5U

    • Schoeps CMC 5U (x4) MK4 (Cardioid)

      Schoeps CMC 5U

    • Schoeps CMC 5U (x3) MK 21 (Subcardioid)

      Schoeps CMC 5U

    • Schoeps CMC 6 (x5) MK21 (Subcardioid)

      Schoeps CMC 6

    • Sennheiser MD 416 (x3)

      Sennheiser MD 416

    • Sennheiser MD 421 (x4)

      Sennheiser MD 421

    • Sennheiser MD 421 MK2 (x3)

      Sennheiser MD 421 MK2

    • Sennheiser MD 441-N (x2)

      Sennheiser MD 441-N

      The Sennheiser MD 441 U is a microphone of exceptional quality: its acoustic properties come as close as possible to those of a condenser microphone. Accurate signal response and low distortion are ensured, even with the highest sound pressure levels. The surface is an all metal body with black leatherette finish, sound inlet basket: nickel plated.

    • Sennheiser MKH 405 (x2)

      Sennheiser MKH 405

    • Sennheiser MKH 415 T (x2)

      Sennheiser MKH 415 T

    • Shure Beta 57A

      Shure Beta 57A

      The Beta 57A is a precision-engineered dynamic microphoneDynamic mics have a simple, rugged construction and can handle very high sound pressure levels.
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      designed for detailed reproduction of amplified or acoustic instruments. A tight supercardioid polar pattern provides high gain before feedback in demanding environments.

    • Shure SM57 (x3)

      Shure SM57

      The legendary SM57 is an industry-standard, highly versatile cardioid dynamic microphone tuned for the clean reproduction of amplified and acoustic instruments. The SM57 is ideal for sound reinforcement and recording applications.

    • Shure SM58 (x2)

      Shure SM58

      The legendary SM58 is an industry-standard, highly versatile cardioid dynamic vocal microphone, tailored to deliver warm and clear vocal reproduction. The SM58 is consistently the first choice for vocal performances around the globe.

    • Shure SM77 (x3)

      Shure SM77

    • Sony C-35P

      Sony C-35P

    • Sony C-36P

      Sony C-36P

    • Sony C-48

      Sony C-48

    • Sony ECM-672

      Sony ECM-672

    • Sony ECM-MS5

      Sony ECM-MS5

  • Instruments
    • Hammond H100

      Hammond H100

    • Hammond H112

      Hammond H112

    • Hammond H222

      Hammond H222

    • Ludwig Grancassa

      Ludwig Grancassa

    • Ludwig Timpani

      Ludwig Timpani

    • Marimba Premium

      Marimba Premium

    • Mustel Celesta (x2)

      Mustel Celesta

    • Paiste Gong

      Paiste Gong

    • Upright Piano

      Upright Piano

    • Vibraphone Premium

      Vibraphone Premium

  • Video
    • Plasma 42'' PCM 2600

      Plasma 42'' PCM 2600

  • Software
    • Avid Pro Tools HD3 Accel with 3x 192 I/O (up to 32 analogue input and 56 output)

      Avid Pro Tools HD3 Accel

  • Digital Recording
    • Studer A80 1/2" Machine

      Studer A80 1/2" Machine

    • Studer A810 Tape Machine 1/4'' 2 tracks

      Studer A810 Tape Machine

    • Studer A820 2" 24 Track Tape Recorder (internal card Dolby SR)

      Studer A820 2" 24 Track Tape Recorder

  • Monitors
    • Genelec 1025A Studio Monitors

      Genelec 1025A Studio Monitors

    • Genelec 1032A Studio Monitors

      Genelec 1032A Studio Monitors

    • Yamaha NS10M Monitors

      Yamaha NS10M Monitors

      The legendary NS-10Ms are a centrepiece of any studio. With their prominent mid range and incredibly focused sound, these are the staple monitors for any engineer working in a new room.

    • Quested VS2108 Active Monitors 5.1 system

      Quested VS2108 Active Monitors