Neve 542 Mixer

There aren’t many people in the music scene that haven’t heard of the name Neve. It is quintessentially British. Like a thick, welcoming, rounded English accent. The company itself, born from the ideas and direction of Rupert Neve, has quite humble beginnings starting in a little Essex town east of London in 1961. From there…

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MCI Faders

The late 1970s and early 1980s are renowned for a lot of great things. The Commodore 64 personal computer. The Keytar. Midi. Unfortunately plastic isn’t one of those things, as any MCI console owner will know. As the story goes, MCI approached Penny & Giles about VCA taper faders for the JH-50 automation system. P&G expressed…

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