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  1. Greg Curtis
    13th February 2014 - permalink
    Greg Curtis
    Hello! Please contact me at: greg@thebridgerecording. I rarely check this page, so that is the best way to get a timely response.
  2. Bcsteene
    21st January 2014 - permalink
    Greg, saw your studio build.. Oh my do I have studio envy. It's awesome, just plain awesome!!!
  3. Cajun Bob
    28th October 2013 - permalink
    Cajun Bob
    Hey Greg,
    I just bought a V series. I'm not sure if it's a v3 or a vr 60. The owner didn't know either.
    I'm in need of manuals. Can you point me in the right direction?
    Bob Holbrook
    Holbrook Multi-Media, Inc.
    Lafayette, La.
  4. Electric Bear
    25th April 2012 - permalink
    Electric Bear
    Hi Greg,

    We have had a look through your studio build and have to say... pretty neat!

    We are a commercial recording studio in the UK, we have just build our sondproofed and acoustically treated rooms and we where just enquiring whether you have any tips to create a successful recording studio?


    We look forward to your reply.

    Electric-Bear Productions
  5. Swisssoundboy
    26th February 2012 - permalink
    Hey Greg, I have a pair of Neve 66062 compressors, which I believe are the same as tho ones you have in your vr.
    I am looking for the schematics and I saw your post with your kind offer of sharing your shchematics.
    Next time I'm in your area I'll leave a couple of beers on your door!

  6. Hornblower64
    15th April 2011 - permalink

    I was looking at your studio construction thread; beautiful work, quite inspiring!

    I am developing a studio in the Bay Area with a partner. We have a Steinway Model A, a Hammond/Leslie organ, a 24ch. ProTools rig, a Studer B67, and a good selection of tube, ribbon, FET, and dynamic microphones. Being restored; a Studer C37 and a Presto 825. We still need a console, and I haven't yet decided on acquiring a 2" analog deck.

    Before I became ill I was a "legit" trumpet player myself; serious enough to have a pair of german rotary-valve C trumpets, in addition to a Bb/A piccolo, Eb/D, C, a few Bb's, and a cornet. The only horns I have left are: a Bach C, and an old French Besson Bb.

    Russ Gary (Creedence Clearwater Revival, Crosby, Still, and Nash, etc.) may do some work with us, now that he has retired from his TV mixing gig. He has not done much music since his days at Wally Heider's, and I think he misses it. This would be most cool.

    Warm, Fuzzy Regards,

  7. R3altruth
    28th February 2009 - permalink
    Are you THE Greg Curtis???
    If so I am a huge admirer of your work

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