16-Track Analog and Digital Recording
During the Com Building remodel the 16-Track studio will be set up in a temporary facility.
The 16-Track is our advanced analog audio studio. This studio is based on an API 2488 console, Ampex MM1200 16-track 2" tape machine and a ProTools system. It also includes a wide selection of analog and digital signal processors. It has its own recording space including an isolation booth.
The proficiency for this studio is covered in either the "Advanced Audio Production" or the "Multi-track Composition" course. Students working on their own would have to spend at least one academic quarter working in the 8-track studios. For more information contact Zena Vergara at (360) 867-5277 or the Audio intern at (360) 867-5848. Studio use is for academic work only.
Scheduling procedures and a list of available microphones are detailed in the Audio Studio policy handout.
|API 2488||2 EMT 240 Plate Reverbs||2 Avalon 737's|
|API 550a EQ||1 Ensoniq DP4+||1 DBX 1066|
|API 560 EQ||1 Eventide H3000||1 Empirical Labs Distressor|
|Allison Automation||1 Lexicon PCM-70||3 Kepex gates|
|1 Soundworkshop Spring Reverb 242||1 Spectra Sonics 610|
|1 TC Finalyzer||2 Urei 1176's|
|1 TC Fireworx||2 Urei LA 4's|
|Ampex 440b 1/4" 2-track||Mac Pro Dual 2.8GHz Quad Core||Bias Peak|
|Ampex 440c 1/2" 4-track||Digidesign DIGI003r Interface||Digidesign Pro Tools LE|
|Ampex MM-1200 2" 16-track||Mackie Control||MOTU Digital Performer|
|HHB CDR 830 CD Recorder||Steinberg Neuendo 8 I/O 96k||Native Instruments Komplete|
|Panasonic 3800 DAT||Waves IR-1|
|Sony Cassette||Waves Platinum Bundle|