I came across this link while perusing the interweb of some Roland TR-808 samples through a Fairchild 670.
The Fairchild is the only one in Australia located at Studios 301 in Sydney, my home town, and undoubtedly the greatest city in the world...;)
The link takes you to the Studios 301 site which has a request download link button to download the sample pack.
These samples were put together by the team at Studios 301 & Liveschool.
With the advent of classic gain reduction units in software/ plugin form, I thought I would start a series of threads explaining how these original classic units worked - kind of a "what makes them tick" series of threads, for those who are using emulations from companies like UAD, T-Racks/IK Multimedia, Waves, Bomb Factory, Steinberg, etc.
I believe that knowing how these original models worked, and what they were/are designed to do, will perhaps help those who are using the plugin versions of them to better understand them, and hopefully, to use them to their optimum.
Some days you get an ad that makes you feel good that you http://www.uaudio.c… settled for the plugin-
Does anyone know where I can obtain a really good copy of the Fairchild 670 schematic?
Happy New Year! CHEERS!
Well being that I'm a Pro Tools HD user I'm not going to see that plug untill its released as the TDM version, so has anyone used this for the UAD, really anxious to hear how it sounds or perhaps even a short audio clip of a processed and unprocesed clip. Also another on the waiting list. have anyone used the cambridge
EQ yet any comments on it?
Hello hello are there any Fairchild 670 owners out there? I am looking on a small but legible picture showing the lateral/vertical controls for a paper I am writing on the history of mastering - due in like ten days :( Can anyone help me?
Also I haven't discovered when these machines were first being built.
thanks a million!
Is this Guy crazy? 18k for a 670?