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Rupert Neve: Exploring the audio architect’s everlasting legacy


al mcguire
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Woodland Studio B, 1982 - Commercial I took a 17 piece group to this room with an old Neve - I told the assistant what we had coming in  and when he asked how I wanted the room setup - I asked him how long he had worked there’d he said 3 years - ‘then you know your room and what works, help me impress this producer and we will all gain a client”. The only thing I requested was all large cap german mics -  all day tracking I kept looking at the producer trying not to grin at each other - Neve’s forever

 

 

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