Rupert Neve Designs
As one of the foremost pioneers in recording technology, the sound of Rupert Neve Designs have guided the lathe of countless records in almost every conceivable genre. With 80+ years of design experience, Rupert’s story spans the globe; from growing up in Argentina before WWII, to creating the first “modern” recording consoles in England, to elevating analogue circuit design for the digital world in Texas.
5088 Console with Portico processing – Sound Without Compromise
To stay current in the recording business you must be able to continuously adapt your environment to the needs at hand. Because the 5088 console is completely modular, channel strips and Portico processing modules like EQ, microphone preamplification and dynamics can be added or removed to meet constantly changing demands and eliminate the massive redundancies of consoles from yesteryear. If you don’t need it, your console doesn’t need it either.
Ask Audio revires the Rupert Neve Shelford 5052 Mic Pre/Inductor EQ: