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Studio 451 part 1

  • Posted Feb. 8, 2012 by Yves Monast Viewed 3667 times

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Studio 451 is located in Verdun Quebec it`s owned by my two brother in law and a partner it`a four story building that use to be a bank at first that is way the big safe there is three recording studio on three diffrent floor

this is the mixing board of studio A the board is 16 feet long and the only like it in Canada…

if you like to play with bottons this is it……

the studio is behind the glass on the first floor has you will see on the next pic…

acoustic wall i thought it was cool…..

miles and miles of cables…………………………….

repair shop and stock room

just a cool pic that was on the wall of the stock room……..

studio B is locaded on the first floor……

old recording machine they don`t use them any more old tecnology….

i just love this safe it so huge…

look at the size of the hinge…………….

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    • # Abe Jackson

      I'm impressed to see this site and also surprised that with all this equipment I didn't see the word, MUSIC anywhere.

      2012.02.21 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Ray

      Wow. And I have trouble just adjusting treble and bass. Ha! Thanks for the tour.

      2012.02.18 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Felecia

      Holy cow Yves!! I just love this set! Is this where you work??? Excellent my friend.

      2012.02.13 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Jeff Cornish

      Fantastic post Yves. I passed your pics on to my son, who is sound engineer in Nashville. He will love it. You did a great job on this. They could use these pics in their advertising!

      2012.02.11 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Glo

      how awesome is that! I bet the acustics in the padded rooms are incredible!

      2012.02.11 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Brenda Nelson

      They should hire you to do advertising photos! These are fabulous, Yves! I like #5, 6, and the golden hues in #8. #11 looks very 3-dimensional! My radio board was only about 4 feet long - I wouldn't know what to do with all those buttons! Love the shots of the safe, too! Glad I found this post, mon ami!

      2012.02.11 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Ann Garratty

      So many buttons! That is a very scary looking piece of equipment, do they actually know what each of those buttons does?

      2012.02.09 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Sara G

      Wow, so many gadgets and electronics! I would love to see the action going on in there..great shots..

      2012.02.09 Edited Reply Cancel