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The After Midnite syndicated radio show on Premiere Radio Networks just got a new board. It was time to say goodbye to their "old dependable" and put in a Pacific Research and Engineering RMX board. Prewiring was performed for about a week in the shop. Then one friday morning the room was taken down to put in the Radiomixer 20. There was an early Sunday afternoon deadline, which was met with time to spare thanks to some 12 and 14 hour days worked by the crew. The show's DCS and UDS systems will soon be replaced by an Audio Vault system.
Mitch recently returned from southern Florida where he installed a radio broadcast studio for Rush Limbaugh. Rush is spending more time down there these days and wants to have his whole crew working locally with him. Along with a production room he needed a control room with a full array of equipment and a call screener position. Pacific Research and Engineering studio furniture was installed in both rooms along with 360 Systems Shortcuts, cassette decks, and SVHS machines with monitors. The control room got a Pacific Research RMX board, a good assortment of processing gear (along with an Eventide Broadcast delay unit), and more 360 Systems gear: 3 Digital Cart machines and an Instant Replay.
Kevin Campbell is back from touring through the southern U. S. as guitar tech for Kenny Wayne Sheppard, so except for a couple of fill-ins here and there, Kevin will be handling the West Coast Technical Director for the Michael Reagan radio talk show job. The show is aired Tuesdays and Thursdays on America's Voice TV Network.
Fellow Buzz Brother Dave Hampton is finalizing the plans for some upgrades at Herbie Hancock's Garage Sale Studio in West Hollywood, CA. Herbie wants to sell his Euphonix CS2000 and pick up something a little more modern. Hampton is building a new main speaker system along with some new equipment racks.
The Ron Diamond Show is now on the Internet. Mitch was over installing a 360 Systems Shortcut editor and wiring one of Ron's computer's sound card to the patchbay so Ron will have easy access for the feed. The show is available for internet listening.
TSS keyboard audio and midi cable wiring harnesses went out with
the last Maxwell tour. The crew raved about them and asked for more.
This shows the service loop built into these pull out racks.