Neve European-wide support service

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Neve European-wide support service

Postby ScotchMcNeilAudio » Wed Oct 18, 2006 2:49 pm

Scotch McNeil Audio provide a professional service to all owners of Neve consoles and Flying Fader systems whether it be installation, service or parts support.
We also provide additional studio equipment support through a team of freelance technicians who cover tape machines, other console manufacturers and outboard gear.
Scotch McNeil Audio -
European-wide Neve installation, service and parts support.

Ever Valued, Ever Near, Scotch McNeil Audio.
www.scotchmcneilaudio.com
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Postby doug osborne » Thu Nov 02, 2006 3:34 pm

Neil,

Have you set up a wabsite yet?

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Postby ScotchMcNeilAudio » Mon Nov 06, 2006 2:24 pm

Hi Doug,

I'm testing a basic version of a website just now. I need to get it all together to be informative right from the outset.

The analogconsole forum will be the first place to know when it goes live!

Regards,

McNeil
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Postby doug osborne » Mon Nov 06, 2006 2:57 pm

Good luck!

We're getting closer to Flying Faders II, I'll make sure to post here.
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Hi Neil

Postby kavide » Sun Nov 12, 2006 7:47 am

I am new on this forum, I wrote asking info about a Neve 66 which I am considering to buy.
Perhaps I should have posted my queries to you.
My question wasn't a specific one, I was trying to find some info regarding the 66 model but I haven't been able to source anything on the net.
I do live recording in a small studio where I have an Amek Angela now on sale.
Is there anything I should know about this console?
I understand that a broadcast mixer isn't the best thing to use for tracking, it has no tape returns...but I don't know if that's the only thing that makes it a bit impractical (I can use the stereo modules for monitoring).
The desk can be seen on the website Funky Junk London, it has four dynamic modules (which I am very anxious to try, hoping to experience the joy of using a great compressor) and it's going to be fully serviced this week.
Would this desk take me to a superior level of quality?
...or shall I keep my Angela and get it serviced?
I really don't know what I am looking at, am I going to get just a beautiful Neve Logo?

Neil, thanks for your time, people with your knowledge and experience are becoming harder to find in these computer-era.

Kindest regards

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Postby ScotchMcNeilAudio » Wed Nov 15, 2006 1:05 pm

Hi Davide,

I just posted a reply under the Neve 66 post that you started.

I hope that the information helps you and I think I met you at Funky Junk last week!

Regards,

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Postby kavide » Wed Nov 15, 2006 5:20 pm

Hey, are you telling me that Mr Scotch McNeil is the same person who was showing me the desk at Funky Junk?

What a coincidence!!!

If that's the case you will see me again next week, I am going back there because today the wiring behind the console wasn't completely done.
I look forward to meeting you again, thanks for your precious information.


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Scotch McNeil Audio website

Postby ScotchMcNeilAudio » Sat Nov 18, 2006 7:10 am

To all in the forum,

Scotch McNeil Audio now have a presence on the web!

www.scotchmcneilaudio.com

The website is still under construction and as yet it's only a homepage but at least you can find us and contact us!

More to follow as the website expands.

Regards,

McNeil
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