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PostSubject: a look at tunable systems   Fri Jul 11, 2014 6:18 pm

Here's a look at some tunable systems and other MGA/RoomTune product clients.



















































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































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PostSubject: Re: a look at tunable systems   Sat Jul 12, 2014 8:47 am


Good collection of pictures Michael.

The last picture of the studio recording/mixing desk -- there's a telephone sitting on a top tune canopy.

Can this be? Unless Sonic is doing things wrong, my top tune canopy are set loose with nuts barely touching the wooden board. The ringing of the phone will put the canopy out of balance, any movement to pick up the receiver will pull the thing down....and the weight of the phone alone on the canopy will add weight that compromises the top tune. What's your view Michael?

What are the two black boxes on the mixer that are top tuned?

How are the Mini Mod's spiked? Are the cabinets threaded and spikes used?

What's done in this studio -- instrumental/vocal recording or mixdown and mastering?

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PostSubject: Re: a look at tunable systems   Sat Jul 12, 2014 4:21 pm

Hi Sonic

 Laughing We can design and build studios but getting engineers to do something meaningful is another story. When we did our test recordings things sounded wonderful, but unless engineers learn to use tools properly, well.......same story as the audiophiles I'm afraid. I would imagine though that he was just getting the phone out of the way for the picture.

here's Paul in the studio doing an actual recording



The system is a stereo 2.2 setup and 5.1 (you can't see the middle monitor in the pic in the pictorial). The speakers are Studio 5's and SW10's, and the amps are MA700's. The studio is setup for farfield, nearfield and Headphone mixing. The monitors are sitting on the spikes.

This studio is used for all the above but it also is wired to the rest of the facility that has different live, control and mastering rooms.

There is a 3 part article that you might want to read about the studio and a visit I made.



http://positive-feedback.com/Issue23/green.htm

read all 3 parts to get a feel for what was happening

another one of my studios


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