Subspace Recording
Subspace Recording
Designed and built for making records, Subspace was constructed in the year 2000. From the sand-filled block walls to the spacious tracking and control rooms, it's an enviroment dedicated to creating music. The tracking room features a collection of instruments and amplifiers from Fender, Gibson, Marshall, Mesa Boogie, Ampeg, Ludwig and Zildjian, as well as a spinet piano and Conn organ with Leslie. These are captured with an array of microphones from AKG, EV, Neumann, Sennheiser and Shure.
The control room is centered around a Trident Audio Trimix 32x8x16 console. It's classic mic preamplifiers and equalizers serve as a front-end to a variety of digital multi-track formats including Mackie's 24 bit/96kHZ 24-track hard disc recorder and a MOTU 32 i/o Mac-based DAW. These systems run sample-accurately synchronized along with a legacy 16 bit Alesis adat XT for outside session import and export. Hard disk projects can be brought in on CD-R/RW, DVD+/-R/RW, firewire, USB, ATA, SCSI, or UWSCSI hard drives, either in Mac or PC file formats. Legacy 2 track transports are available for 16 bit DAT and cassette as well.
Monitors are Westlake BBSM-6, Yamaha NS-10M, AKG and Sony headphones.
The control room, as viewed from the back.
The control room/tracking room window
The Trident Audio Trimix 32x8x16 console
The tracking room, as viewed through the window
The tracking room/control room window
The tracking room amplifiers
The tracking room keys

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