Tools and Equipments
Our live recordings are based on the M 149 Tube which is a variable dual-diaphragm microphone. The German made K 49 capsule – well known from the legendary U 47 and M 49 microphones – is followed by a tube functioning as an impedance converter. In contrast to earlier concepts – utilizing a transformer – the tube is complemented with a transformer-less output circuit design. The M 149 Tube can thus feed long microphone cables without any coloration.
The Avid 003™ Factory enables you to do just that with truly professional results. With an extensive range of audio and MIDI I/O, high-definition audio resolution, industry-standard Pro Tools® software, FireWire connectivity, and an unprecedented bundle of powerful software, the 003 family provides everything you need to compose, perform, record, sequence, edit, mix, and master your creations.
The 01V96VCM delivers the performance and reliability of Yamaha's acclaimed digital live sound and production consoles in a remarkably compact design that is perfect for home and professional applications where space is limited or maximum portability is required. It may be small but it can handle up to 40 inputs, and can be cascaded if more are required. And now, in addition to the many improvements that were implemented in the 01V96 Version 2, the 01V96VCM comes with a selection of Yamaha's unsurpassed VCM effects built in. Of course the entire console - effects included - features 24 bit/96 kHz operation for ultimate resolution and sound quality that will satisfy the most demanding applications.
Boasting performance comparable to much larger systems, but in a compact package, the bi-amplified 8040B is ideal for use in many situations where a wide frequency response is needed but space is limited. With the Intelligent Signal Sensing (ISS) feature, reduces power consumption to less than 0.5 watts by automatically switching the active monitor to standby, when no audio signal has been detected for some time. When it receives an audio signal again, the loudspeaker turns back on.
“The inclusion of a Compressor/Limiter in my System 9098 product family is justified by the continuing popularity of the famous old 2254 devices I designed in the late 1960’s". More than 25 years later, their performance undeniably still brings benefits to engineers and producers seeking inconspicuous control over the dynamic range of microphone signals. The same principles have been applied to the System 9098 Compressor/Limiter.