Gear

Just owning the expensive gear doesn’t ensure that a project will be of the quality one desires, it must be coupled with the knowledge of how to extract the best performance from the equipment and the performer. Nevertheless, high quality gear is essential to making high quality recordings.

Marlowe Studios uses equipment found in some of the the best recording and mastering studios around the world. While the amount of gear may be less in quantity, (I’ve never met an engineer that has “enough”) I’m outfitted with some high-quality gear to help you capture a detailed and accurate recording of your performance. Put away your MiniDisc recorders (although I have one of them too)….

Microphones:

  • 2 AKG C414 B-XLII large diaphragm condenser (stereo matched pair)
  • 1 Neumann TLM-103 large diaphragm condenser
  • 2 Røde NT3 medium diaphragm condenser
  • 2 Røde NT5 small diaphragm condenser (stereo matched pair)
  • 2 Røde NTG-3 medium diaphragm condenser “shotgun”
  • 4 Audio Technica PRO 37 medium diaphragm condenser
  • 3 Crown PZM boundry mics
  • Mogami Gold Microphone Cables

Preamps, Recorders, and other stuff:

  • Edirol R-4 Pro
  • MOTU 828mkII
  • Coleman Audio SR5.1MkII
  • RME’s HDSPe and 4 AIO expansion board
  • Event ASP-8 (pair)
  • Event TR-6 (pair)
  • JBL LSR 2300 8″
  • JBL LSR 2310 10″

Camera/Video equipment:

  • Sony HXRNX5U HD Video Camera
  • Canon 5DmkII
  • GoPro 4
  • Canon 50mm f1.4 USM
  • Canon 28-135mm f3.5-4.5 IS USM
  • Sigma 70-200 f2.8 EX DG OS HSM
  • Sigma 35mm f/1.4 EX DG HSM
  • Xena LHi
  • Anton Bauer camera mounted lights and batteries
  • Avid Media Composer 7
  • Avid Pro Tools 11
  • Sony Vegas Pro 12