Need some Preamplifier suggestions

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Can you'll please suggest some good Preamps.

Looking for a Good set-up that all good studios should have.

Budget, Mid to High

Thanks!
Regards Norman.
 

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Chris
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It's for a sound engineering course project,
Setting up a studio.
Under a Certain Budget.

Your options are very wide and complex if its about learning sound engineering. My first question would ask: You are wanting to set up a studio to learn about what? Home recording or an actual studio?
You could start with a preamp/channel strip combo or more likely get a converter with pre's build in.
What about the room, sound treatment, monitoring?
 

Kurt Foster

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this sounds like its a question on a test for an audio course.

first we need a definition of what "all good studios" means ???? also what is a "mid to high" budget?

if you mean a major recording studio with an LFC and large recording spaces for orchestras or is it a studio for tracking POP music? the requirements are very different. didn't your instructor already go through this with you?
 

bouldersound

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Although it's a complex question with many possible answers, I'm going to give a simple, and not necessarily correct, answer based on my own experience and preference.

Grace Designs.
 

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Kyle P. Gushue
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Dw fearn- vt-2 high end
Neve 1073- pro standard
Focusrite isa- pro budget
Audient mico- prosumer
Art pro vla- low budget

Neve is probably the most ubiquitous among "good studios", doesn't make it the best, just very common.
 
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