Reel deep thoughts...
I can hardly stand it. It’s like the night before Christmas...can’t sleep. I hit the road in about four hours...heading out on a day trip to pick something up.
I wonder what that could be?
Studer?! 963?!!, No 928
I like that you have some on-board processing besides the EQ. Saves on the external requirements and patching.
I would KILL for some stereo channels, since I very often have multiple stereo pairs coming out of the DAW. I believe they made them for my Trident...but they're like hen's teeth...I think I saw them once on eBay, but it was before I got my Trident.
So yeah, with the 16 stereo channels...you cover a lot of ground, and actually you can probably find a nice working combination of both mono and stereo channel usage for both source and mixdown once you get your working SOP set. Like I always have stereo OH and Tom pairs...and I often record my Hammond with a L/R setup...etc...so having the mono/stereo channel options is WAY nice!
Oh...and can we get some decent up-close pictures soon...horizontal shots I got a kink in my neck from that van/SUV shot...
...as soon as you have set up and with the side panels, etc.
Speaking of the van/SUV...can't tell what you used there, but I'm curious how long is that board? (The original listing is gone now).
I think it's almost as long as my Trident, but probably just a little shorter, since the Trident has 28 channels plus the 12x2 monitor channels.
I know I j-u-s-t got the Trident to fit into my SUV with the back seats down...so I'm guessing that's what used?
I'll also say this...it's been almost three years now this Feb since I got my Trident...and to this day, I still remember that trip. The excitement the night before, the 3 hour ride to pick it up, and then back again...unloading it the next day (well, I pulled the channels the same night I got home, then the frame the next day).
It's all been burned in my brain as permanent "super nice day" that I will always enjoy thinking about...and I'm sure you will to with the Studer.
How did you do that? Most times I upload a pic that looks fine on my device but is then all jacked up as a thumbnail in the thread...it looks fine if you tap on the thumbnail but the thumbnail is screwed up.
Well "I" didn't know Beats but <rclk on image> copy image> paste to d'top>rclk> rotate image>save as on desktop. But I bet the cat can be be killed several ways?
Nice desk mate. You mentioned "mixed transformer&electronic" balancing? Is that a traff in a feedback loop, the so called "zero flux" technique?
Well, see, that’s the weird thing...I’m uploading from a mobile device. And on my device the images have the correct orientation natively. I upload, the thumbnail is goofy...click on the thumbnail and the image displays just fine. If I rotate and save the native image on my device so it looks *wrong* and upload the image, it’s still just as you see above. Not sure what to do except cease uploading images. I am rarely on a desktop or laptop computer...use the mobile device 95% or more of the time...and time is in short supply. I’d rather stop uploading pics than have to take the time to transfer to the laptop and upload from there...laptop is not always available, etc. etc. So if y’all don’t see anymore pics, that’s why.
Yes on the trafo...3rd winding is in the feedback loop. Pretty cool.