MCI analog mixer JH-636, 20 channels, manufactured in Chicago in 1980. The heart of our studio. It was the mixer of the mythical Xoxoa studios; In it, historical records of Basque music were recorded, such as “Lau-bost” by Mikel Laboa, “Ezekiel” and “Alkolea” by Itoiz, “Hautsi da anphora” and “Ni ez naiz Noruegako errege” by Ruper Ordorika, the three first albums of Oskorri and a long etcetera.
In 2016, we saved this table from certain death. Here you can see the restore works.
2 Electro Voice Rx115/75 biamplified high quality speaker
DBX Driverack PA+ Processor
Amplifiers T. Amp D4-500 (4x 500w). 3 unity
Mixers: Behringer XR18 digital (16 mic input, 2 line input, 8 output)
Allen&Heath GL2 (10 mic in, 2 st line in, 6 aux, L-R)
Wedges: JBL MR802 (x2), the box pro Mon P12 (x2)
Microphony: Shure beta52, SM58 (x5), SM57 (x4), 98 (x5), Calrec CM1050C (x3),…
5 wedges T. Box CL108 TOP
2 wedges the box pro Mon P12
Amplification and microphony necessary in each case