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Description

Often referred to as a “Blue Stripe”. These units were the first commercial revision and have a silver panel with a distinctive blue stripe over the VU meter. The signal and line amp are based on the 1108 mic pre and use a FET as the first active component in each amp stage (all other revisions use a bipolar transistor). The gain reduction FET in this model has a unique circuitry around it, different from all other models (notably the lack of source resistor). This results in a little more distortion that helps define the “Blue Stripe” sound. This revision also has a slightly lower threshold in comparison to later revisions (about 5db) and more gain in the amplification stages (about 5db) than the Rev D. This revision is rare, limited to less than a 1000 units, and are highly sought after by many engineers and producers.

Discussions

vocal chain - 1176 A or D

...sm7b (main mic) > sca n72 or presonus eureka> 1212m Ive been using the rocket plugin and looking at building a hairball 1176 rev A or D. im looking for regular compression and either would great, but also for mojo/effect at extreme. leaning towards A from GS searches but looks like D ln models...

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What vocal mic did you use today

Lately it's been all Lawson L47MP MKII - Focusrite Red 7 - Hairball 1176 rev A for me. That Lawson is so good, it just makes getting great sounds fast.

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Making an 1176 Rev A quieter

the easiest and possibly least detrimental method would be to reduce the gain of the output stage. there are a few super techs in Montreal that can help you.

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