SOS Effects Processors - subject to constant upgrading

Left Rack/
Master Rack
Middle Rack/
Insert Rack
Right Rack/
Effects Rack

TUBE-TECH EQUALIZER EQ-1A

 

Panasonic Professional Digital Audio Tape Recorder (DAT) SV 3800, (2)

Avalon VT-737SP (description below)

Avalon VT-737SP (description below)

dbx 160 XT with Jenson Transformers
With all the compressors in the "arsenal", the 160 XT still has to be the best tracking snare compressor in the business. There are four of these in house.

Focusrite ISA 110 Limited Edition Mic Pre's and Equalizers

Focusrite ISA 110 Mic Pre's and Equalizers

 

 

Roland R880 Digital Reverb
(2), with Graphical Interface Remotes
Fostex Professional Compact Disc Recorder CR-300
dbx Quantam Processor
24 Bit 96K Parametric EQ, MultiBand Compression!

Digidesign 888/24 24 Bit/ 24 Channel A/D Convertors, 24 Channels of D/A convertors and 24 Channel I/O to Host w/ AES/EBU, S/PDIF clocked by external Aardvark Master Word Clock. (below)

 

dbx 160 VU Vintage Classic (4) Compressor/Limiters
There are a total of 10 channels of dbx 160 VU series compressor/limiters

Lexicon PCM 70
Multi Effects Processor (3)

Lexicon PCM 70

 

Roland SRV2000 Digital Reverb
with hidden menu for delays
Aardvark TimeSync - Word Clock Master of the facility and Aardvark Sync DA-Word Distribution Amplifier. These two units will allow all other digital equipment to slave to their robust low-jitter Clock. The M20 32 Track Digital Recorders, the Tascam 78 HR (new 24 Bit Multitrack), and the Moving Faders slave to this clock. Pro Tools slaves to the Onboard "Super Clock" as well.
The Digital Time Piece is also not permitted to "think" or "clock" on its own. The Digital Time Piece (below) slaves to the Aardvark Units.
dbx 162 VU 2 Channel True Stereo Vintage Classic Compressor/ Limiter
There are two of these units in house and a total of 10 channels(!) of dbx 160 VU series compressor/limiters
Klark Teknik DN 780
Highly regarded Digital Reverb with remote and alive alg.
TC Electronic Finalizer Plus
2 Channel 24 Bit Mastering Processor, with parametric EQ and dynamic processing
TC Electronic Finalizer Plus - a great mastering processor, yes, but also a great programmable tool for de/essing, corrective equlaization, and precise multiband compression with some creativity. TC Electronic Gold Channel
2 Channel Mic Pre's and Dynamic Processors/ EQ's

APOGEE A/D CONVERTERS 24 Bit

Stereo/ 2 Channel Analog to Digital Converters with soft limit and UV-22

 

Neve/ Amek 9098 Equalizer with Discrete Class A Microphone Pre Amp
Designed by Rupert Neve, the circuitry is based on the research put into the largest analog console in existence; the 9098 console.
TC Electronic M3000
Award winning 24 Bit Digital Reverb Processor
Lexicon PCM 91
Digital Reverb Processor
Digital Time Piece- slaves to Aardvark TimeSync- Word Clock Master and can slave or act as master "Address" with front panel as well as software control. The Digital Time Piece allows Pro Tools to slave to incoming SMPTE from our Otari 2" 24 Track Machine, or allows Pro Tools to act as master or slave to the M20's as well as Tascam78HR.
There are currently 6 of these puppies in the facility for 48 Track Productions. All Analog to Digital and Digital to Analog Converters are
24 Bit.
12 CHANNELS OF AVALON DESIGN AS FOLLOWS:

Lexicon PCM 81
Multi Effect Processor. There are three of these now

Lexicon PCM 81 (Digital Effects Processor)

Lexicon PCM 81 (Digital Effects Processor)

Lexicon PCM 70

Lexicon MPX-1 Multi Effect Processor

 

The Avalon VT-747SP
Combines a true STEREO tube-discrete Class A spectral-opto-compressor with a musical six band program equalizer. Just about too good to be true.
Lexicon Model 200 Digital Reverb
A CLASSIC with great plates
Lexicon Model 97 Super Prime Time
Vintage delay unit
Avalon VT-737SP
Features a combination of TUBE preamplifiers, opto-compressor, sweep equalizer output level and VU metering. The Class A preamplifier utilizes two cascaded, dual vacuum tube triodes configured with minimum negative feedback.

We are thrilled to announce that the facility is currently housing eight (10) of these units which in essence becomes and is used as the ultimate high end tracking console.
Lexicon Prime Time II
Lexicon PCM 42
Sought after delay with maximum expansion!
Alesis' M20 32 Track Recorders are the manufactuer's flagship Multitrack product and there are five of these puppies in the facility. The M20's slave to or control Pro Tools with  "sample accuracy" and all convertors are 24 Bit.
The M20's are at all times slaved to the Aardvark Wordclock Master units.

Lexicon PCM 41 delay units, (2)

Lexicon PCM 41

Bryston 4B Power Amplifiers - one of our favorite amplifiers. The Bryston is a perfect companion for the Yamaha S10 M's and is used to power any and all of our non-active monitors.
George Massenburg Mastering Parametric Equalizer
world renown as the ultimate fully parametric equalizer

Lexicon Model 92 vintage and rare 2 channel delay unit

Lexicon Model 91 vintage and raredelay unit

 

Tascam 122 MK III Professional 3 Head Tape Deck

Power Conditioning, UPS Protection, and Multiple "Trip Lite" surge protectors are in place throughout the facility

Pultec EQP1 Equalizer
The most sought after EQ in existence hard to find and a program equalizer to beat the band, pun intended.

Pultec EQP 1R Equalizer

 

Lexicon 224 XL with LARC (remote on console)