STUDIO A

SSL 4000E Console with a G+ Computer
2012 Mac Pro 3.33 GHz 6-Core Intel Xeon
w/ 16 GB 1066 MHz DDR3 RAM
Pro Tools HDX PCI card
Avid HD I/O w/ 16 ins/outs
Apogee AD-16x (x2)
Antelope Isochrone OCX Clock

Monitors
George Augspurger Mains *from The Hit Factory
Yamaha MSP-10s
Yamaha NS10s
Audient One Crossover
Bryston 4B-ST Amps

Rack Gear
Vintech Audio X73 (x2)
API 3124
Shadow Hills 8 Channel GAMA
Tube-Tech ME 1A
Tube-Tech PE 1B
Tube-Tech PE 1C
Summit Audio TLA-100A
Purple Audio MC77
Urei 1176LN Rev. H
Empirical Labs Distressor (x2)
Vintech Audio 609CA
SPL 9842 Transient Designer
DBX 160XT (x2)
DBX 902 De-Esser (x3)
Lexicon 480L w/ Remote
Lexicon PCM 70 Digital Effect Processor
Lexicon PCM 42
Lexicon PCM 41
Eventide DSP 4000 Ultra Harmonizer
Yamaha SPX 900 Reverb

STUDIO B

Avid C24 Console
Digidesign 192 I/O
Pro Tools HD3 Accel
2006 Mac Pro 2×2.66 GHz 2-Core Intel Xeon
w/ 12GB RAM
Yamaha HS8s w/ Sub

Rack Gear
Avalon v737
Vintech Audio 473
NK Designs N72
DBX 160 XT

EVERYWHERE

Microphones
ATM 25 x2
AKG D112 x2
AKG C1000s
Audio-Technica AE 3000
Beyerdynamic M 201(n) x2
EV N/D 408 x3
EV PL 20
Neumann U87
Neumann TLM149
Neumann KM103 x2
Oktava MK 219 x2
Sennheiser MD421 x3
Shure 520DX (the “Green Bullet”)
Shure SM7b
Shure SM 57 x3
Shure SM 58 x3
Shure SM 81

Instruments
Yamaha G3 Baby Grand Piano
Custom Revelation Drums Studio Kit
Wurlitzer Organ
Lots of Other Noise Makers

Guitar Amps
Crate Vintage Club 30
Rivera Knuckle head
Peavey 5150
Bogner 12×4 Cabinet

While Plush Studios is a world-class music production facility, we are also a museum of music history.

Our flagship SSL 4048 E/G+ console was previously owned by EDM & synth disco pioneer Giorgio Moroder. With it, he produced the soundtracks for classic ’80s films such as Flash Dance, Scarface, Superman III, and The NeverEnding Story.

Our main monitors in Studio A came from the former Hit Factory in NYC. Rumor has it that John Lennon was using them on that fateful December day, right before he left the studio.

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