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Audio Engineering Society (AES) 141 AES Convention
Los Angeles, CA      September 29th through October 2, 2008
Report By Ray Chowkwanyun And Bob Duchan


Fredenstein Professional Audio


   Mike, the production manager posing with my Mix Cube. I got the 16 to 2 channel version. With its modular construction, each board holds 8 channels so you can go up by increments of 8 channels as high as 32 to 2 and as low as 8 to 2. The Mix Cube has both MIDI and USB interfaces so you can either use a MIDI controller or a DAW to control the mix. Clever, huh? Separating the mixing engine from the interface. Personally, I intend to use the Reaper DAW.


U70F Peak Program Meter

Use for mission critical applications such as recording, replacing the OEM meters that came with your tape recorder.


Drei Herren von Deutschland

Juergen, Manuel, and Fred. Fred is the owner of Fredenstein. The youngsters are his European agents. They also have a relaxed looking studio, if you are ever in the Saarland and need a recording studio, Millstone-Sound awaits you. (Juergen is a bitchin' guitarist in case you need a ringer. He said he wanted to see the real LA so I took them to Tommy's at one in the AM. Tommy's has been serving up the gooiest burgers ev-ah 24/7 since the Truman administration.


Wayne Hutch Hutchinson


Hutch came along for the ride too. Actually, drove is more like it. Then he told us he was night blind. Isn't it just great to have decades old friends? And to make new friends, I hope.


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