Category Archives: Equipment

Antelope 10M

So I’ve really enjoyed the Antelope converters in the mastering rig with the Eclipse 384, and even sold off my Lynx Aurora to get an Orion 32 for the recording rig. This has been on the wish list for a … Continue reading

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Dangerous Bax EQ

Hopefully this can be my last addition for a little while. Everything is working together well and I’m certainly not lacking anything in the analog chain. I still have wish list items out there, but long wait lists with the … Continue reading

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Maselec MLA-3

I’m very excited about this new piece. It will prove itself as a very flexible tool offering tone shaping capabilities at 1:1 settings on the compressors, but also giving me another dynamics option through the other compressor responses. With options … Continue reading

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Buzz EQ

My equalizer arrived today. I had to get it out to see it but I can’t wait to keep it out and put audio through it. The room needs mostly finishing work at this point. My power conditioner should be … Continue reading

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Converters – check

With the arrival today of the Antelope Audio Eclipse 384, I can officially say I’m done thinking about converters for a while. Actually I can expand that to include clocking (it contains 2 distinct high quality clocks to control my … Continue reading

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PC Build (part 3, finis)

I got all of the components into a case today. They still work and everything is running as I had hoped. I installed Sequoia 12 and have that working as best as I can for now. There will be all … Continue reading

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Sequoia

I came home to a great surprise for the day the PC became usable. Guess what I install tomorrow.

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