But that’s OK, because it’s about the sound.

The last few days has not been so visually exciting, but much has been accomplished. While Jay was tearing apart the patch bay and verifying where all of the wires were going, I was trying to get all the gear moved around into the 3 racks we have … and redesigning the patch bay several ( or 4 or 5) times, as we found out what was there and how “it’s usually done” according to Jay, who’s done it a number if times.

The Processing Rack full of Yummy Vintage Gear.

Last night we pulled the first wires through the pipes under the floor, cleverly put there just for this purpose. Progress! Here’s a shot of the punch block where Jay attaches the wires:

Was 250 feet of 48pr Mogami wire. A little shorter now.










OK. Gotta go back to work!

Soundhouse got a new toy. You will be pleased, it’s an update long overdue.

Last month we installed the new ProTools 9 rig with new Mytek 8×192 converters!

I took it for a test run – recording at 176.4 kHz – without a hiccup (Except for one error that we later realized was caused by writing to the system disk!) with Seattle band Lark Vs. Owl.


Jack says,  “I love it”.

You will, too. Of course, we still have the [lonely] Studer 24 track.

Stay tuned for more updates and more of what’s going on…