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This console designed and built by Sandy Lamont features 990c amps and opa2604 op amps. It has a 4 band fully parametric eq section and a dynamics section
Follow up pics. Sandy Lamont
Sully 288b still in use. May be the only one still in working order. Originally used at A &M studios purchased in the mid 70's from Las Vegas recorders
Fred was my mentor in the recording business. I learned more about the business and techniques from Fred, than any other person in the industry. Fred
Neve A646 Console
Jeep Harned and Chuck Kirkpatrick at a Criteria reunion party, late 90's... Chuck Kirkpatrick
The greatest, Jeep Harned, page!
This is a neat look into what made the Four Seasons sound so good... The singers the people who back them up.. It shows that it takes teamwork to bring
The, informative, AKG C414 page
I believe these photos may be of Tim Rose.
Did Shadow Morton possibly record as Morton George on Amy 858 - Come On In / The Stretch? (A wild and crazy record) Just wondering if there's a connection.
I'm proud of my music industry connections, since I was born into them. My grandmother, Ernestine Atwell May, was a jazz pianist and songwriter; among
Audio Recording Studio History - The guide to Recording Studio History and Knowledge - Celebrating the Recording Industry!
Bert...its been too long. Danny Holgate and I stay in touch. Followed Al Kasha, Joel Hirshhorn, and Jill Williams to Hollywood and was totally involved
Urei 1176 Peak Limiter
The best Columbia Studios New York, NY pictures
A gentle reminder and correction to your column, Bob Crewe and Kenny Noland co writers of 'Lady Marmalade' for the 'group' Labelle. Patti Labelle was the
I am a Broadcast Engineer that began my career in the 60's as board op at a classical music FM station. We used the Ampex 350 machines to play voice tracks
The Recording, Film and Broadcast Consoles, page!
I believe the smiling gentleman with the black-framed glasses and reddish jacket is Irving Spice, studio violinist and (often) contractor (an AFM term)
Continue reading "Pete Weiss - Engineer at Gotham recording, HR Studios (Hollywood, CA), Mira Sound Studios, Vanguard Records, Don Elliott Productions, Regent Sound Studio, Juggy Sound Studio, Columbia Records"
The, 3M M56, Tape Machine information page.
Directory of Audio Industry Professionals
This is the remote control for the ATR-800.
I have recently refurbished this MCI JH652 console with full automation and patch bay. Quite rare to see one this big these days and thought you might
The best, Great Train Robbery - Sound Center Studios, NYC, page
I worked there during a tumultuous period, although everything about Bob was a firestorm of ideas, plans, and construction, and endless construction. Bob
So back in the early eighties, my father was working in a recording studio in London. Never found out why he was there! Anyway, a mobile studio was being
Vernon Fox Columbia Records Engineer Arthur Kendy
The, Terry Manning, tribute page!
What a thrilling time it must have been, working with the greats - and being one yourself! Fantastic. Laura Sheridan
Hi Robert it's Paul Barrett aka 'Legs' of good old Penarthsville - the last resort. I received a phone call a couple of weeks back. Backing how you could
Great working with Tom and Frank. Bruno Talotta
Hi Joey, It's Trish McAtee (formerly married to Richie Joa). I don't know if you will even remember me! We lived in Jackson and were friends with you
Mr Poniatoff Plaque... Ekkehart Willms
I Saved this Bronze Plaque of Mr. Alexander M. Poniatoff in 1998 ? I am not sure of the date , I took it of the Wall at the Headquarter on 500 Broadway
Six week accelerated recording arts program. Hands On engineering program designed to get you working fast .
The greatest, Pink Floyd Recording Sessions, page!
Helios - Various Consoles
War Stories of Recording - If you've been in the trenches, you've got some war stories.
The best, Roy Halee, page
AMPEX Model 200/200A Tape Machine
I was an employee of Mira Sound always soldering parts together forever. I would like to know what happend to Lynn and Bob Goldman. The best story I remember
After a short history in the development in Disc manufacture, disc cutters and related equipment Presto entered the Tape machine Business in about 1948.
The best, Studer A807 Tape Machine, page
I've only seen one Langevin Console. It was in about 1971, in Seattle. The studio became Holden Hamilton and Roberts but at the time I believe it was
Hello, What a fantastic story ! I started my studio tech career in 1977, at Pathé-Marconi/EMI studios complex, in Boulogne, in the west suburb of Paris.
Ohio has a historic place in the progress of Tape recording in the US. Cleveland is the home of Brush Development Corporation who brought to market in