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louderock

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Just thought what a cool pic this would be. Snapped at my studio with my iphone.

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louderock

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NO FAIR!!! Your Neve's bigger than my Neve. We have a BCM-10 plus 4 more 1073's in a rack. Oh, and a big SSL console. For those of you who don't know about Neve.... They are mixing desks made in the early 70's and are very desirable for their microphone preamps and eq sections. Believe me, studio guys have just as much GAS as any guitar player out there. Take a guitarist who also works in the studio and, look out.:eek:

 

WahmBoomAh

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NO FAIR!!! Your Neve's bigger than my Neve. We have a BCM-10 plus 4 more 1073's in a rack. Oh, and a big SSL console. For those of you who don't know about Neve.... They are mixing desks made in the early 70's and are very desirable for their microphone preamps and eq sections. Believe me, studio guys have just as much GAS as any guitar player out there. Take a guitarist who also works in the studio and, look out.:eek:

YES FAIR ! It`s not mine ! I mixed a song on it and couldn`t resist a photo .
ah .... back to my 57 and vibrochamp
(through a Chandler TG2 and a Mytek adc192 ...it ain`t all that bad )
 

louderock

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beats me ... it used to be Bill Laswell`s . I remember the pres are class A 1066

Yes, that's a 8014. 14 channels of 1066 pres and 4 busses.

Oh yeah, this is an amp thread. How 'bout those amps! It's all related, though. Those amps sound so good on the records you love because of these Neves.
 

twoheadedboy

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That's a mind-blowing setup. That is the kind of setup that would render me absolutely useless outside of that room.
 

mds

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NO FAIR!!! Your Neve's bigger than my Neve. We have a BCM-10 plus 4 more 1073's in a rack. Oh, and a big SSL console. For those of you who don't know about Neve.... They are mixing desks made in the early 70's and are very desirable for their microphone preamps and eq sections. Believe me, studio guys have just as much GAS as any guitar player out there. Take a guitarist who also works in the studio and, look out.:eek:

Yes, its a difficult situation...:) Where in LA is your studio? Looks like a nice place. I'm always looking for studios to record in. Is your's available to outside clients?
 

louderock

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That's a mind-blowing setup. That is the kind of setup that would render me absolutely useless outside of that room.

Thanks. It's a pretty fun room to be in. Plus, there are more amps that aren't pictured. Just collected them over the years to use on records. The Diezel and Shiva belong to the guitarist of the band I'm working with at the moment. Not sure I want to shell out the $4k for a Diezel.

Yes, its a difficult situation...:) Where in LA is your studio? Looks like a nice place. I'm always looking for studios to record in. Is your's available to outside clients?

We're in the Silverlake area (east Hollywood/ Los Feliz). We are pretty much just doing label projects and aren't really a public facility. A producer I work with owns it and we use it for all of our projects, as well as the occasional jam session. Before we bought it, BB King, Cheap Trick, Stevie Ray all had recorded here. Good vibes.

TGP has been a great place for me to learn about new gear and get questions answered. Lots of valuable info here.
 




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