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Old 24th August 2011
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Oh yes

Excellent !!!!!!!

Steak and kidney puds yum yum......

Keep them away from the desk though hahahahaha

Andy




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I think a Pye compressor funded by Hollands and displaying their logo would be an acceptable deal no? heh
Old 25th August 2011
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Excellent !!!!!!!

Steak and kidney puds yum yum......

Keep them away from the desk though hahahahaha

Andy
Of course! Bet she's more of a caviar and lobster girl anyway heh
Old 25th August 2011
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Oh she is

Oh she is........

Hahahahahahaaaaa



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I think a Pye compressor funded by Hollands and displaying their logo would be an acceptable deal no? heh
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Of course! Bet she's more of a caviar and lobster girl anyway heh
Old 25th August 2011
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Yer like that but with a propper desk!
heh just a demonstration of the lighting capabilities of a Neve, we could probably light to room with that VR but too many LEDs and we're afraid it might kill itself
Old 25th August 2011
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I spend a lot of time taking photos and writing stuff on here and hardly anyone ever comments :-(

Quite upsetting really :-(
Nice work lads!
Old 25th August 2011
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Personally Im looking forward to the AMS-Neve Comissioning engineer coming over!!!!

Do you think she would be prepared to do on the job training?

Fantastic job guys and being an RA room it should sound great!

Regards

Sean Kenny
Old 25th August 2011
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Personally Im looking forward to the AMS-Neve Comissioning engineer coming over!!!!

I don't understand. Is she a student or a teacher at SAE?
If she's a commisioning engineer, is she making some endurance test?
And if not, what is she doing? Tracking? Mixing? Very uncomfortable position for a small desk like the Genesys IMO. Is this the ergonomics they teach at SAE?
Anyway, will you buy this desk just because a "comissioning engineer" shows it this way?
Of course not.
That works for a bike ad, a truck mag, etc. but we are professionals here, aren't we?
BTW, where can I download the photo in full res? (to see the desk)
Thanks.
Old 26th August 2011
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I don't understand. Is she a student or a teacher at SAE?
If she's a commisioning engineer, is she making some endurance test?
And if not, what is she doing? Tracking? Mixing? Very uncomfortable position for a small desk like the Genesys IMO. Is this the ergonomics they teach at SAE?
Anyway, will you buy this desk just because a "comissioning engineer" shows it this way?
Of course not.
That works for a bike ad, a truck mag, etc. but we are professionals here, aren't we?
BTW, where can I download the photo in full res? (to see the desk)
Thanks.
Your quite right! The Genesys is far to small for her to be sprawled over! An 88RS on the other hand...........

;-D
Old 26th August 2011
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I don't understand. Is she a student or a teacher at SAE?
I'm a student at SAE and sadly I have never walked in on this situation
Old 26th August 2011
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BTW, where can I download the photo in full res? (to see the desk)
Thanks.
heh heh heh heh


@TS: nice studio, keep the pics coming.
Old 28th August 2011
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More Window progress today, just one more piece of glass to go!









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Old 28th August 2011
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Love the colours....
Old 28th August 2011
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cheers mate

Cheers mate

Appreciated


Andy



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Love the colours....
Old 28th August 2011
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Final piece of glass should go in on Tuesday! Then it's skylight windows :-(

A much smaller job that this window has been though :-)
Old 28th August 2011
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But first

But first we need to manufacture the custom window archatraves for both sides

Graham is manufacturing these out of solid english oak- will be stunning as Grahams work is always just that, stunning.....

This will take 3 days to make then fitting.

For all you watching, this window alone has cost the business a mighty £6000+ in glass and custom joinery labour with materials....

It is absolutely staggering the cost of doing anything these days....

We're not skimping but still it's a sobering thought the money this has cost to put up this room.......


We're here for the long term !!!!!!!!

Thanks again for interest shown by the lads it's so appreciated, it will all be worth it when it's completed.

We will be one of the best mix rooms in the UK without the hinderance of BIg Boy London prices and the BS that goes with it....

Stay tuned..... Next few weeks will be interesting.....

Cheers and have a good Bank Holiday


Andy






QUOTE=bassjam;6976827]Final piece of glass should go in on Tuesday! Then it's skylight windows :-(

A much smaller job that this window has been though :-)[/QUOTE]
Old 29th August 2011
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I wonder if those windows would have less reflections of the shiny wooden bits in the middle if they just had a dark unreflective surface in there instead...
Old 29th August 2011
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I wonder if those windows would have less reflections of the shiny wooden bits in the middle if they just had a dark unreflective surface in there instead...
The wood isn't really shiny, a lot of the wood has been cut away as holes anyway. Before the wood went in, you could see a lot of reflections of the foam strips. The foam is black.

The flash makes it look like there is a LOT more reflection than there actually is. I will take my tripod down on Tuesday and take a non flash long exposure.

G
Old 29th August 2011
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Also, there are so many panes of glass, 6 in fact (made from 12 pieces laminated together). There will always be some internal reflection. I would rather have something that is nice to look at reflecting slightly abd fading beyond the last pane anyway. As great care was taken to make all the holes line up, it doesn't look wrong.

G
Old 29th August 2011
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windows

As Greg has said there are many layers of glass in the window void....

Putting darker material in would have made it uninteresting almost a dead hole....

Using lighter materials increases the depth and makes it look bigger than it is....

The window is a feature of the room it's over 8 feet high and needs to look special and when it's finished it will......


Cheers for looking


Andy







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Final piece of glass should go in on Tuesday! Then it's skylight windows :-(

A much smaller job that this window has been though :-)
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I wonder if those windows would have less reflections of the shiny wooden bits in the middle if they just had a dark unreflective surface in there instead...
Old 30th August 2011
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Righto fair enough
Old 30th August 2011
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Still one question for me, why so much panes of glass, I thought that you would create a "spring" system that would perform less than a 2 pane system with very thick glass and a greater cavity.
Old 30th August 2011
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Over to you Greg

I will let Greg answer this

All I can tell you the window has been constructed as per the RA plans

The glass cost a fortune and I can tell you if there was an option to lessen this then we would have taken it.

Roger said NO

Simple as that.....

The acid test will be when my Bogner 101b gets plugged in :-)

I'll let you know mate :-)

Cheers for looking


Andy






QUOTE=Demor;6982401]Still one question for me, why so much panes of glass, I thought that you would create a "spring" system that would perform less than a 2 pane system with very thick glass and a greater cavity.[/QUOTE]
Old 30th August 2011
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Personally Im looking forward to the AMS-Neve Comissioning engineer coming over!!!!

I love the absorbers...
Old 30th August 2011
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Still one question for me, why so much panes of glass, I thought that you would create a "spring" system that would perform less than a 2 pane system with very thick glass and a greater cavity.
Its essintially two seperate windows back to back as the two rooms are totally independant of eachother.

The first pane of single glazed 20mm glass acts as a saraficial piece blocking low frequency energy from getting to the double glazed unit.

The double glazed unit is made from two different thickneses, thinest towards the quiet area which is the void in between the two buildings.

As both control room and studio area has the potential to be very noisey you have two independant window systems.

also there are pieces of acoustic foam between each glazed panel which absorbs any compression energy between the pieces of glass so there is no "spring" effect. And as I mentioned before, the window liners are two seperate liners that dont touch, there is a large void between the rooms.

Hope you follow?

Our skylight windows are comprised of just the thick SG piece and then DG unit as we dont expect very large noises from above.

The person to testify about the RA window design is Sean Kenny!

G
Old 30th August 2011
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Nice engineer!
Old 30th August 2011
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All the Glass is now in place, thank God! Its been a massive job building this window! Me and Graham will be in the workshop tomorrow making the Architraves.









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