Otari MTR-90 VU meters
Some stacks of gear
Ludwidg in Studo A 02
Morley Wah into Boss Giga-Delay
Control A from behind Otari
Ampex 354
AT 4033's overheads
TT Cables
Steppin' on the Morley!
Otari MTR-90 Auto Locator
Ludwig in Studio A 03
Gibson, Fender Pro-Reverb, Tele
Ludwig in Studio A 01
Otari MTR-90 and Auto Locator
Blue Dragon Fly
TAC Faders diagonal 01
Symetrix 532 Faders

Beyerdynamic M88 Classic

"[This hypercardioid dynamic microphone has a] low-mid emphasis that tends to be flattering and not overpowering in a broad range of applications. The M88 serves well on vocals ... and bass cabinets (including the bottom speaker on a Leslie). Its transient detail, which is surprisingly precise for a moving-coil dynamic, can prove especially helpful on kick drum (and interestingly enough, the M88 is now predominantly marketed as a kick drum mic, where it indeed excels). Its hypercardioid pattern leads to good rejection of off-axis sounds." - Steve Silverstein, Tape Op


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