June 2006
Mix;Jun2006, Vol. 30 Issue 6, p118
The article discusses the improvements made by Chapman Recording in Kansas City, Missouri. The recording studio reverted to analog format and purchased a Studer A827 2-inch 24-track machine in Studio B with an SSL 4056 E/G console. But they maintained their 16 channels of Neve mic pre's, Tube-Tech, Avalon, Summit and Focusrite pre's, as well as EMT stereo plate reverbs. Also, the studio added almost 800 square feet to the Studio B live room, a large drum booth, guitar booth and two amp closets.


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