- Dell Precision Tower 3620
Quad Core 3.3GHz, 3.9GHz Turbo, 6MB
- Behringer Eurodesk MX3282A Mixing Console
- Echo Layla(TM) 16 Channel I/O 24-bit/96kHz
- Altec ACS45.1 / Rockit 5 Studio Ref. Monitors
Did You Know?
Commercial multitrack recording did not exist until the mid 1950s. Multitracking became possible when the idea of simultaneously recording different audio channels to separate discrete "tracks" on the same reel-to-reel tape was developed.
- Source: Wikipedia
33 1/3 Street Sound's owner/engineer still owns the vintage Fostex 8-channel reel-to-reel multi-track tape recorder that was used to record his first studio-produced songs in 1990.
33 1/3 Street Sound was then founded in 1998, its first album project recorded using a Packard Bell computer running Windows 98 and an early version of Twelve Tone System's "Cakewalk" recording software, a predecessor of the "Sonar Producer" software we use today.