Welcome to the new Fastback Studios blog! What is great about this new version? When it comes to photos, info, and updates we can post new topic at a moments notice. Everything from studio specials to the audio gear we are working with and all the cool stuff in between. It’s like you are at the studio with us.
What do we offer at Fastback Studios? We offer music production, recording, mixing, separate mastering lab and audio courses. Contact us when you are looking for a large classic analog based studio. ~Mark~
Session Eleven featuring EXHOXO and their beautifully eclectic sound. Enjoy.
Take a Listen to the soothing sound of Courtney Marie Andrews in our tenth Fastback Sessions.
Here is Nick Foster at our Ninth installment of the Fastback Sessions.
The M149 Tube built from 1995 to current, is a variable dual diaphragm microphone. The K49 capsule well known from the legendary U47 and M49 microphones is followed by a tube functioning as an impedance converter. In contrast to earlier concepts, utilizing a transformer, the tube is complemented with a transformerless output circuit design. The M149 Tube can feed long microphone cables without any coloration.
Two slide switches are located below the large, acoustically very open head grille. The selection switch at the front allows for one of nine directional patterns. The slide switch at the rear operates a seven-step high pass filter. It allows a very fine adjustment of the cut-off frequency.
There are nine polar patterns to choose from, making this microphone an ideal choice for a wide range of recording situations. As its ancestors, the M149 Tube is a … Read More »
Development of the V72
The North West German Radio (NWDR), working in cooperation with the Institute of Broadcast Technology (IRT) of Hamburg, developed a completely new equipment standard for the German radio network. This led to the development of the historic V72 module. The V72 was developed by the NWDR under the technical supervision of Professor Nestler between 1949 and 1952 as a microphone and main studio amplifier. Nestler had previously been the head of R&D for the AEG/Telefunken Electro Acoustic Lab (ELA).
The V72 was modeled on the V41 and the circuits are almost identical with the exception of the gain control section. The V72 also utilized modern advancements like Noval glass tubes and a smaller housing, the “Danner” cassette module. The first 100 units were built at the NWDR Zentraltechnik. Serial numbers 101 to 300 were built by Maihak. These units … Read More »
Here is a partnership that will be growing. FBS and Positive Grid now offer you The Fastback Studios Amp Collection. When you purchase Bias Professional through Positive Grid you can get these Fastback Studios amp matching tones.
Fastback British 10W | Fastback Cobra 100W | Fastback Clean Tweed | Fastback Brit Glass 22W | Fastback Blackface | Fastback HI Lead | Fastback Treadplate | Fastback Super Lead.
We are sharing this Amp Match spotlight with other notable guitarists such as Jeff Loomis, Ola Englund, Mark Holcomb, Ryan “Fluff” Bruce, and many others. Yes there will be more amp selections from the Fastback collection but until then, enjoy these Amp Match downloads.
Did you know we have a sister company called Fastback Guitars? At Fastback Guitars we build guitars, basses, guitar pickups and guitar pedals. We now have the honor of having a guitar interview in Innocent Words Magazine. What I enjoy about this interview is that it gives a shout out to the Fastback endorsed artist and the guitar stores we work with. Enjoy the article, it’s a nice read.
Article Link: http://innocentwords.com/fastback-guitars-for-the-people-by-the-people/
Check out Jess Lambert and her emotional performance at our eighth Fastback Session. Enjoy!