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Studio Wrestling was a live professional wrestling show broadcast from WIIC-TV Channel 11 in Pittsburgh every Saturday evening. In 1959, WIIC began broadcasting professional wrestling from their studio located in Fineview. The show was hosted by Bill Cardille through most of its run, although he was not the original host. The primary directors were Chuck Moyer and Jack Bleriot.
The show lasted until 1972. WIIC-TV's new GM David Chase did not think pro wrestling helped the station's image as a news source. He decided to cancel the show, which had once been the station's top rated show. The ratings had declined because wrestling had lost popularity in Pittsburgh, with some Civic Arena shows drawing fewer than 3,000 fans. The fact that Bruno Sammartino was no longer champion and was wrestling on a more limited schedule had a lot to do with this decline. A time change to a 4:30 start also caused some audience erosion. Around this time the Pittsburgh promotional office, sold by Newton Tattrie (Geeto Mongol) to a Buffalo-based promotion, struggled to remain an independent promotion. Studio Wrestling switched to WPGH-TV channel 53 with the shows being taped in Erie, Pennsylvania. In 1974, the show went off the air and was replaced by the WWWF's syndicated program. The WWWF (today the WWE) was able to claim Pittsburgh as part of its own since it was part of the National Wrestling Alliance at the time and Studio Wrestling was independent of the NWA.
Evolution have designated the channel faders as controls 1 to 8, with the associated rotary controls above numbered 9 to 16 for the bottom row, 17 to 24 for the middle row, and 25 to 32 for the top row, with the Master volume fader designated as 33. To the right of the main control area are the display and buttons, including 14 assignable ones which by default comprise four transport controls (numbers 34 to 37), and a 10-key numeric keypad (controls 38 to 47).
One of the wipe-clean polycarbonate control overlays supplied with the UC33.However, you can overwrite any of them with your own creations by pressing the Memory button and then selecting a destination using the numeric keypad. Usefully, the current controller and channel settings, along with various others, are preserved each time you power-down, whether you save them or not.
I then moved on to Cubase SX, where Evolution provide a combined multi-channel and channel-strip file in XML format for both VST and SL/SX/Nuendo. Once you've imported this file into Cubase using the Generic Remote setup screen, you can start using the dedicated UC33 Cubase presets. The channel strip provides full control over the four-band EQ, with on/off buttons, gain, frequency, and Q rotaries, as well as controls for volume, pan left/right, pan front/rear (for surround setups), mute, solo, eight send levels, an output buss selector, and the master volume, while the remaining eight faders act as insert plug-in selectors. I found this very satisfying to use, apart from the last choice, as each accidental move of these faders results in a string of plug-ins being initialised in turn, with no way to abort.
You can switch to the multi-channel mixing selections using the Cubase generic remote window, whereupon the UC33 reverts to the more traditional eight channels of fader, pan, send 1 level and send 2 level controls, with the buttons controlling markers, on/off for the Mastertrack, cycle, and click, plus stop, play, rewind, forward, and record.
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Synthesizer V Studio is the second generation of the Synthesizer V vocal synthesis engine, developed by Dreamtonics Co., Ltd. The software was unveiled June 25, 2020 in a press release alongside voice databases Kotonoha Akane & Aoi and Saki. AI support for Synthesizer V AI was released for Synthesizer V Studio as an update on December 25 alongside an update for Saki known as Saki AI. Voice databases that were not recorded with the AI method are known as "Standard voice databases", which are generally recorded at the Dreamtonics studio in Tokyo.
Regardless, you can lock a certain channel to the keyboard by right clicking and selecting Recieve notes from > Typing keyboard. The computer keyboard will always play that track, until you go back to the menu and select unlock. Really neat.
Jammed some sick riffs but forgot what you played? Then simply head up to the main menu and press Tools > Dump score log and choose from either the last 2, 5, 10, 20 or 30 minutes. It will place it right into the selected channel.
M-Track Plus is equipped with versatile inputs to provide the best results with any type of audio source. Each channel offers a combination XLR and balanced 1/4" input. The XLR input is designed to work with microphones or other Lo-Z sources. The phantom power switch delivers 48V to the XLR inputs for use with professional condenser microphones. The 1/4" input can be set to receive line level signal, or switched to allow an electric guitar, bass or any other instrument level source to be plugged directly into the M-Track Plus, while the gain knob ensures the proper input level.
So in 2019, we started designing the Sphere Eclipse Type III. Our goal was to revert the console to it's original discreet signal path and electical design while adding a host of features that were needed in a modern studio enviornment while making the entire console highly serviceable. To accomplish this, we had to design and build a brand new console from the bottom up, and fit it inside of the original Type II frame. The main features of Type II still use the original vintage M1200b microphone preamp cards, the SPA50 output amplifier cards, and the 900 Series Graphic EQs. In addition to that, our technician and electrical designer Mike Stucker designed a brand new socketed version of the SPA62 op amp (the same op amp that's at the heart of ever module in the Sphere Eclipse series) to be used for all of the summing amps and newly added features, which are listed below. We replaced all of the original wiring, faceplates, knobs, and built a new PSU.
Russian Recording is a full-service analog and digital recording studio owned by Mike Bridavsky. The studio is located in downtown Bloomington, IN and has contributed to over a thousand records since opening its doors 2003. We have spent the last 19+ years obsessively accumulating some of the finest recording equipment in the world while constantly working at making our studio the most comfortable, reliable, efficient, and enjoyable place to make a great sounding record.
We provide recording, mixing, and mastering services in a spacious and comfortable environment, accompanied by the finest studio cats you can find. In addition to our studio cats, there are several experienced in-house engineers and producers you can choose to work with: Mike Bridavsky (owner), Joe Caldwell, Damion Schiralli, and Kyle Houpt. The studio welcomes and encourages freelance engineers of all shapes and sizes to make records in our beautiful studio. We typically recommend hiring one of our house engineers for the first day to get you situated, and someone can always be around as needed. We have complete lodging accommodations with two dorm rooms that sleep up to 8 people, a full kitchen, and full bath. If additional lodging is required, we also have two luxury AirBNB apartments located above the studio that could be rented out at a discounted rate, permitting availability.
The studio boasts an impressive and eclectic assortment of some of the finest modern and vintage recording equipment and musical instruments available, all of it in impeccable working condition. At the heart of the studio is a fully refurbished and customized 72 input Sphere Eclipse Type III Mixing Console, Burl Mothership A/D/A converters (28 in/52 out), a regularly maintenanced Otari MX-80 2" 16/24 track tape machine, and a fully refurbished Studer B67 1/4" half-track tape machine. We have a carefully curated collection of over 300 modern and vintage microphones, and an extensive selection of outboard compressors, microphone preamps, equalizers, and effects, as well as one of the most complete and immaculate Soviet and Japanese microphone collections on th planet, in addition to a full arsenal of studio classics The studio has a plentiful selection of modern and vintage guitars, basses, effects pedals, amplifiers, drum sets, analog synthesizers, keyboards, and acoustic instruments, including a regularly tuned grand piano. All of our equipment is obsessively maintained, calibrated, and fully operational.
The studio consists of three tracking rooms; a spacious live room with beautiful natural light (23'x28'x17'), a live isolation room (10'x11'x13.5') and a dead isolation room (9'x10'x12'). Each room has been acoustically treated and isolated, and has its own distinct sound providing a wide variety of sonic options. The control room (13'W x 21'D x 11.5'H) is a comfortable and acoustically neutral listening environment with plenty of natural light.
The layout of the studio is designed so that there are clear sight lines between each of the tracking rooms and the control room. There are tie lines to every room, allowing total flexibility with amp placement and headphone routing, making it possible to put any musician in any room and be able to send any signal to and from anywhere in the studio. 2b1af7f3a8