Studio B features a Solid State Logic 6056E console with G computer and is in demand primarily for mixing. There are two isolation booths adjacent to the control room in addition to the booth in the studio, making Studio B perfect for overdubbing.
Studio B was initially oriented opposite the way it sits today, with the studio floor where the control room is now. In 1985, the SSL console was purchased and was too big to fit into what was the control room, so the studio was reversed and remodeled to be as it is today. Please note the Defender arcade machine that sits on the studio floor and is in working condition.
Digital Audio Workstation
1 ProTools 8.0 HD3 Accell system running on an Apple G5 computer with dual 2.0 GHz processors, 1.5 GB of RAM and an Apple 23″ Cinema HD display.
System I/O configuration:
1 Sync I/O
3 X 192 I/O with 2 Digital to Analog expansion card.
A total of 24 analog inputs and 40 analog outputs available.
Studer 827 24 Track (16 track head assembly available by advance reservation).
1 – DBX 165
1 – DBX 160
2 – DBX 263X De-Esser
1- Aphex Model 612
1 – Quantec Room Simulator
1 – AMS rmx 16 digital reverberation system
2 – Yamaha SPX90
3 – Yamaha Rev 5
1 – Eventide H3500-Ultra Harmonizer w. 22.5 seconds of sampling
1 – Lexicon LXP-15
1 – Roland SDE 3000 Digital Delay
1 – DOD EXR SPII Projector R860
All studios feature a Hear Back Personal Monitor System, made by Hear Technologies, Inc. The system allows up to 8 individual mixes of up to 8 channels.