Another installation / configuration from hell I’ve got it running again.
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 used for their custom buttons, and their early one off panels.
This all began in 2009 while restoring a console. I was building a panel and wanted the exact engraving the factory did. This lead me to ask around and it turned out a past employee of WBS had the machine in his home shop. Fast forward 4 years and it’s got a new home in the Revolution Recording Custom Shop.
I do have some blank stock pender buttons, some ITT buttons and can get others.
Wait until you see the inside, and the support truck :-)
Here is my newest piece of kit for the adapter box. I designed this for RRCS.
Made of Mogami 4 pair, high quality expandable sleeving and Neutrik Connectors
Everything is paralleled to everything making it a 4 in 1 adapter
1. XLRM to XLRM turn around
2. XLRF to XLRF turn around
3. XLRM Y to (2) XLRF
4. XLRF Y to (2) XLRM
$40, lifetime warranty
If you would like to order email Sales at RevolutionRecording dot com or visit Revolution Recording Custom Shop
Thanks to Ken Chen for building this protype
Doing a migration from one computer to another I’ve lost my ability to licence a software a really enjoyed. Bias Peak and Bias Sound Soap. Their licensing server has been shut down and I cannot authorize it. I understand there are downsides to dongle licensing, but in this case I think it would have saved my tool.
I say boo to bias being gone, but boo to a bad licensing system.
From the ground up. Just ask Norm
Here are some WBS manuals that have been consolidated. Their Functional Diagrams, Layouts have been preserved but the details are no longer with us. A “vanilla” complete copy of the console / communication system have been archived and will soon be scanned for the archive…
Thanks to Matt Rideout for the help!