Category: History

Amazing machine  

This isn’t something you see everyday.  I know this is something he doesn’t have.  I know it’s a gift he’ll truly enjoy. http://www.ebay.com/itm/STUDER-C37-tube-mastermachine/121497529690

   

Such a nice looking transport! read the leasing info too… very cool! 

In the 70’s and into the 90’s WBS used a Schadow switch in almost every product they built. Different buttons required different offsets so “GOLDEN RULES” of design were made up so each engineer was on the same page. I …

schadow switch mounting information Read More »

I’m almost done week 2 of semester two… by themselves they are intimidating, but as a stack they are frightening.

It’s not a WBS…  

As a part of my school program, I’ve decided to take a shot at re-designing 2 WBS components. First the 4-110 mic pre-amp for the M460 – M461. In the 90s WBS redesigned the card using 5534 but I’m looking …

Going to re-manufacture some WBS daughter boards Read More »

you know… I love this man and am forever in his debt.  He’s made laboratory grade audio equipment available to music / broadcast industry for many years and his standards and  interests have grown since his beginning.  Truly a childlike …

RUPERT NEVE!!!! Read More »

In 2006 we (Myself and Andrew Waters) built a ceiling diffuser for the studio.  I’ve been doing some data backups and thought I’d share some pictures and info on the build.  The whole thing was made out of 2 X 4s …

20060723 – HVR ceiling fixture Read More »

Here are some before shots of the Neumann cutting lathe acceleration limiter BSB-74 It’s a really work of art in there, had to share.

http://posttoronto.com/index.php?route=product/category&path=59 This is a very well respected read as recommended to me by Neil Muncy.  At the time I was working for him (in exchange for books and resources) he would not let this one go.  Because this book was …

Book recommendation: Audio Systems Design and Installation Read More »

I’ve been restoring WBS consoles for about 10 years now, and I think I’ve just taken the art of what I love doing to the next level. I have acquired THE Gorton P1-2 used at the WBS factory. It was …

A new member of the family: It’s a Gorton! Read More »

Elegance in simplicity

I had an old WBS 60-12 input transformer with tails too short to re use. so I opened it up. After desoldering the bottom cap, I cut the shell open. I’m sure if I heated up the wax it would …

WBS 60-12 input transformer Read More »

I was looking thought my archive and found this. It’s a programming sheet for an AMS RMX-16 delay unit. I think we have the scanning wands somewhere… I doubt this would ever work as the JPEG compression would really mess …

AMS RMX-16 Delay Read More »

if you have a console from 1985-1994 please let me know.. I may have the manual for your console. Please email me your console project number and serial number and I’ll see if I do.

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