Originally Posted by Midiguy
Damn, and that thing is just going in studio D. I'd love to see what's in A.
Studio A is a completely custom re-wired, re-amped, re-built 8078.
This Legacy is the biggest ever produced according to Mark at API.
I think it tipped in around $475K, if I remember right. We got a great tour about a month ago from John. Bartley Pursley was hanging out in this Legacy room (they have 2 BTW) when we went through. He engineers Big & Rich's stuff. In McBride's words, "Bartley is responsible for the best sounding record to come out of Nashville in years, Horse of a Different Color." I only assumed it was done on this Legacy, might be wrong. Those are some big words coming from the guy who does some great
work with Martina.
The other Legacy room (Studio B I think) is where last years Dixie Chicks record that won all the Grammys was mixed. I think it's only a 48 input little guy.
Blackbird's got it all goin' on. That is for sure.
Didn't Blackbird open in 2001? This desk can't be much more than a few years old then, if that.
Thanks for the pic link. They are great!