Studio 4

About Studio 4

The equipment list for Studio Four may appear to be less impressive at first glance, but in an educational setting, its contents are priceless. The room features the Mackie 32-8 (32-Channel/8-Buss), a console used in thousands of studios and live sound venues world-wide, an Avid Digi 002-based Pro Tools® system and a collection of outboard processors and effects. Studio Four is nowhere near as “hard-wired” as any of our other student environments. In fact, throughout their first term here at IPR, students get hands-on instruction in how to wire this integrated analog and digital studio environment from the ground up.

Studio specs

Console:

  • Mackie 32 x 8 x 2 Console

Monitoring:

  • KRK V8 Active Monitors
  • Furman Cue System

Machines:

  • TASCAM DA-38 Eight Track Digital Multi-track
  • HHB CDR-830 BurnIt Plus

Compressors/Limiters/Gates/Equalizers:

  • Yamaha GC2020B II Stereo Compressor/Limiter
  • FMR Audio RNC1773 Stereo Compressor/Limiter

Reverbs/Delays:

  • Lexicon LXP-15
  • Lexicon PCM 91

Pro Tools/Midi Workstation:

  • Apple® Dual 2.6GHz Quad Core Intel Xeon Mac Pro
  • Digi 002 Rack Interface
  • Pro Tools
  • Logic Pro
  • Ableton® Live

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