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Show off your studio

Want to Show Off Your Studio? Get in touch via the MusicTech Facebook page and yours might well be next on these pages. This month, our feature studio is the incredible – and not so dark – Darkroom Studios…
Loads of space – and light – and we love the Crickle wood sign…

The Darkroom Studios

Interviewee: Anthony Long

Contact: thedarkroomlondon@gmail.com, www.thedarkroom.london

MusicTech: Gear! Lots of it!

Darkroom: Console: AMS Neve 88D; 500-paths processing, 672 MADI I/O; 48-channel analogue I/O, 24-channel AES I/O, and 64-channel network I/O via Merging Technologies Horus; timecode sync via Euphonix TT007. Monitoring: Dynaudio M4s; Genelec 1031A 5.1 Surround System; Unity Audio The Rock; Avantone Active Mixcubes. Recording: Cubase Pro 8 on custom PC (i7 hex-core, 16GB DDR4, M2 SSDs, etc) with 168 MADI I/O; UAD quad PCIe; SSL Duende; and plug-ins from Waves, Celemony, Steven Slate, Brain worx, UAD, SSL; 64-channel I/O over Ravenna; 64-channel I/O over USB-MADI; Pro Tools and Logic systems; Ampex and Studer two-track 1/2-inch and 1/4-inch; two Otari MTR-90 24-track 2s. Outboard: Bricasti M7 with remote; Lexicon 480L with LARC; API 2500; Thermionic Culture Culture Vulture Mastering Plus; Amek/Rupert Neve 9098 compressor/limiter; two SSL 611DYN G-Series Dynamics modules; Elysia Xpressor; 2x Maag EQ4; Lindell Audio Pultec and 1176 Modules. Mic pres: Tube-Tech MEC-1A; two Shadow Hills Mono Gama; Neve 1073LB; GML 4CH 8300; Chameleon Labs 7602; five GAP Pre-573s. Microphones: Brauner VM1; Shure SM7B; two AKG C414 XLSs; two AKG C451 Bs; AKG D112; three Sennheiser MD421-IIs; three Shure SM57s; Shure SM58; Golden Age Projects FC 3 and a few secrets…

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About MusicTech

The idea of this month’s MusicTech is to give you a flavour of what it’s like to record a band, with all the technical know-how that goes with it. We asked MT expert Mike Hillier to imagine you are sitting watching him prepare the studio and mic the band up and in doing so, Mike offers a hell of a lot of advice. Like I say, it’s like you’re with him... At the other end of the scale we have the new Pioneer Toraiz, a unit that, on the face of it, is packed with DJ appeal. Yet dig beneath the surface and you’ll find an incredibly powerful piece of hardware for the music producer. Talking of scales, we go from dance music remixing and production with Mason (p34) to mastering it with Label Worx. So we cover the complete process of recording to release which, quite handily, brings us right back to our cover feature! The November issue of MusicTech is out now!
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