It is also something to excite Vaughn
I have mentioned my recording studio (or in common English "bedroom") in a couple posts. I was in high school. I would record high school and college singers and instrumentalists in this studio. When I recorded a band or where more people were involved I would do it in one of the studios in the high school’s auditorium (Because I had master keys to everything in or on the building). I made it a point to NOT brag about this and the powers that be were nice or just did not know about it. I’m sure that the auditorium is in the top ten in the nation. It is the second largest auditorium west of the Mississippi and has wonderful acoustics.
Gads I can get off topic even while I’m in my own post.
Anyway going through the “Treasures” box that Myrna kept, I found a pic of my, at home, studio and my “state of the art” recording console. I have not found the negative so I took a pic of the 2 1/4 x 2 1/4 pic (from a Rolleiflex camera) just to show you.
The console has 4 mike (50 ohm) inputs each controlled separately with a master control that changes the level of all 4 and also acts as an upper limit control. I had several microphones: Shure, Western Electric, Turner, and Telefunken.
Enjoy and have a good laugh while you are at it.
For you techies: Pickering tone arm, D-7 recording head, JBL 15" and 10" speakers, JBL tweeter, JBL speaker cabinet (stereo had not been invented yet).Attachment 82989