The London Console came about because, as two, amateur, recording musicians we wanted to own a "classic" console from the nineteen-sixties. Ideally a famous tube mixer - like the one The Beatles used.
But those desks make a collection of hen's teeth look positively prosaic - as well as cheap! So, we set about researching and eventually building a vintage console.
The requirement was for a tube tracking-mixer with four or more mic' channels (complete with classic inductor-capacitor EQs) and a simple master mixer. The brief also included the option to employ a "classic" vari-mu compressor-limiter in the chain via send-and-return. And, of course, the long-lost Stereosonic Shuffler.
So we decided to design and sell a range of products which broke-down the functionality of the London desk into modules:
With these Phædrus Audio modules, you can build-up the signal chain of a Stereosonic console.. a piece at a time.
The new PHUSION product combines two channels of the London Console in a 2RU, rack-mount unit.
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