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Can you name this Sydney studio?

Discussion in 'Pro Audio Equipment' started by subspace, Mar 21, 2002.

  1. subspace

    subspace Guest

    I've got a question for anybody who has worked in studios around the Sydney area. I have a console that came out of a room there, but don't know the name of the place it was in. All I've got to go on are the patchbay labels, which looks like a pretty complete equipment list:

    Trident Trimix console - 32x8x16
    Studer A80 24 track
    Studer A80 2 track
    Lexicon 300, Eventide H3000, TC Electronic 2290, Yamaha SPX90, Lexicon PCM60, Dimension D effects processors
    Drawmer, BSS, and Inovonics dynamics processors
    Avalon VT737 pre/comp/eq
    As well as keyboard, drum, piano, and booth tielines.

    Supposedly the console was installed there new around '81 or '82, and taken out around '96. Does the set-up ring a bell for anybody, or is this like asking "I'm looking for a room in NY that had an SSL?"
    Thanks, just curious.
     
  2. stedel

    stedel Guest

    Nope. Sorry :(
     
  3. stedel

    stedel Guest

    Re my last post on "What Do Australian's Know About Drums", which itself refered to my last post on "What Do Australians Know About Sound",
    which came about because I established the
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    which I did for many reasons.

    People are even seeking highly detailed, historical information about the Australian Music Industry, like subspace here. I'm sorry I wasn't able to help him then. But if he's really interested, he could now visit the AUSTRALIAN EMBASSY ON RO and I would see what I could do. There would be some way of "tracking" this down. Please, I know that was BAD, just leave it OK? Always felt bad about the answer I gave above. At least I was honest, to the point, and was not obtuse in any way.
     

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