June 2005
Mix;Jun2005, Vol. 29 Issue 7, p16
This article focuses on matters related to Rupert Neve Designs. After 15 years of design consultation for Taylor Guitars, Legendary Audio, Amek and Focusrite, among others, Rupert Neve has returned to manufacturing with a series of all-analog gear, set to be released this year under his own brand, Rupert Neve Designs. Custom-designed transformers, very short signal paths, minimal negative feedback and singlesided transformer-coupled amplifier designs form the essential building blocks for the new Rupert Neve Designs PorticoTM range. The first product to be released is the 5012 Duo Miic Pre, a dualchannel mic pre that offers a front panel Silk switch and a To Buss switch, which allows the 5012 to access busing in a custom-configured, multi-module setup or to assign a signal to a solo or cue bus in other Portico modules.


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