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Quad Eight Cary Grant Console

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Quad Eight EQ 333 & 333c

Originally designed and used in the Coronado Ventura and Pacifica Stock-series recording consoles, this item became popular as a console EQ for custom music and film recording in the mid 70’s to 80’s.   Eventually there will be a updated version designed and manufactured. The 333C is a special version made for two large-format recording consoles.  […]

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Quad Eight 248 Console

The 248 Console was designed in the mid 80’s as a cost effective modular console system aimed at radio television and small recording studio market.  This design maintained many of the original design principles that Quad Eight developed over the years, but eliminated some of the more its expensive components in order to make it […]

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Quad Eight Ventura Console

Here’s a Ventura owned by Dave Pearlman of Rotund Rascal Recording in Los Angeles.

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Quad Eight Pacifica Console

Mark Addison’s Quad Eight Pacifica 24-frame, circa 1979, three-band sweepable eq, P&G faders.

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Quad Eight Ad from the 70’s

A cool ad from the 70s: Dave Pearlman sent in, which appeared on the back cover of Mix Magazine. “The forty by forty, totally modular, fully automated, feature-packed, super-spec’d, recording and mixdown system, that you thought you couldn’t afford.”

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