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Le Mobile was originally built in 1977
Old 30th April 2014
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Talking Le Mobile was originally built in 1977

Le Mobile was originally built in 1977, I purchased the Neve 8058 new in 1976.
After many mod. it is the heart of Le Mobile sound. I am presently designing and building a Madi fiber audio snake with 128 inputs to interface to the Neve.

From Studer analog A800 to Studer digital 48 tracks D827 to now dual ProTools HD10 with Apogee converter. We still use the Studer A800 a few times a year.

You can see some of our project on facebook at https://www.facebook.com/lemobile

You can read a great interview MUSIC - INTERVIEW - A Cruise along the Inside Track: | Wild River Review

and if you want to go back in time what about a MTV interview in 1983
Le Mobile 1983 - YouTube

Any one visiting San Diego area are welcome to visit.

Guy
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Old 30th September 2014
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Talking Madi to analog system

128 channel of madi at 96K or 48k The first 96 channel will be preamp, (testing some now) 97 to 126 in and out analog feed and the last 2 used for intercom. Andiamo converter, RME Madi router and a custom trick interface to hook up to the Neve. Gain and Impedance matched like if it was a cooper audio snake.
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Old 30th September 2014
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Hello Guy, your MADI- analogue solution ist the Rolls Royce way to do it. I see you are using german ANDIAMO preamps. I like the stuff from the small company DIRECTOUT. I am using MADI- ADAT converters they build. And you truck is amazing- I love analogue desks.... Best from Hamburg, Rolf
Old 3 weeks ago
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Take a 3D tour of Le Mobile

Enjoy the 3D tour of Le Mobile.

https://my.matterport.com/show/?m=8Jou9XCttDp

From 1979 to 2020 from 32 inputs to 128 inputs, the Neve is the heart of the sound. Many modifications and update over the years.

For special project and if a full analog sound is required the Neve and my Studer A800 are ready to be use at anytime.

Enjoy the website www.lemobile.com
Old 3 weeks ago
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What!? You made a Matterport model of your recording truck? I'm so jealous. I've recently been looking into 3D photogrametry using drones for real estate.

This is rock solid awesome.

What camera did you use?
Old 2 weeks ago
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That's a very nice job.

D.
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