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Author Topic: Series 12 in Ireland!
Aza Hand
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Post Series 12 in Ireland!
on: August 31, 2013, 14:51

Hi all,
Just wanted to introduce myself to the forum, my name is Aza Hand and I am the proud owner of the old Cinepost consol from Stockholm.
It now lives in county Wicklow, Ireland working away mixing music!! Buying and installing a Series 12 is quite an undertaking but very satisfying when you eventually figure it out. Fantastic consoles, does not get more sophisticated than this!!

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Paul-
Svenre
Beginner
Posts: 49
Post Re: Series 12 in Ireland!
on: August 31, 2013, 22:21

Hey, congrats!! Looking fantastic!
A bit odd that I rented a lorry to make the five day trip back and forth to London five yrs ago, when this was just a few blocks away from my studio!.. :-) Anyway, what's the configuration?
Cheers
Paul

Aza Hand
Newbie
Posts: 2
Post Re: Series 12 in Ireland!
on: September 1, 2013, 11:49

Hi Paul,
That's amazing that it was so close to you all the time! Its a Film console with 60 inputs 24 bus with 8 aux sends. I have worked on its sister console the MPC 3d which is also fantastic, seems to be impossible to find the MPC used as most have been upgraded with the digital back end. My Series 12 is almost like a new console, obviously very well looked after by the Swedish!

maikol
Administrator
Posts: 70
Post Re: Series 12 in Ireland!
on: September 1, 2013, 11:59

Hi Aza,

Welcome here and congrats for your great S12 !

Do you have pictures of it in its new room BTW ?

I'm currently moving things around in the control room, so I'll post some pictures of it when it is finished. I've also almost finished to completely recap all the execution rack (the one with the channels): that's over 4000 condensers!!! 8-0

Wouldn't it be cool to have a dedicated sub-forum for people to show their beloved S12 at their place?

Paul-
Svenre
Beginner
Posts: 49
Post Re: Series 12 in Ireland!
on: September 2, 2013, 15:11

<div class="cosmo-blockquote "><p>Quote from Aza Hand on September 1, 2013, 11:49
Hi Paul,
That's amazing that it was so close to you all the time! Its a Film console with 60 inputs 24 bus with 8 aux sends. I have worked on its sister console the MPC 3d which is also fantastic, seems to be impossible to find the MPC used as most have been upgraded with the digital back end. My Series 12 is almost like a new console, obviously very well looked after by the Swedish!
</p></div>
Cool! Yes, now when Maikol mentioned I think I remember that picture from that swedish company. Would be lovely to see a pic of your setup! And a dedicated forum would be nice, but just as nice just starting a new thread where we could post pics. BTW, I've finally made a homepage. Very very simple, but at least a few nice studio pics. It's at http://www.palsvenre.se

maikol
Administrator
Posts: 70
Post Re: Series 12 in Ireland!
on: September 5, 2013, 06:40

Hey Paul you're website looks good!

Studjo
Beginner
Posts: 29
Post Re: Series 12 in Ireland!
on: September 26, 2013, 18:37

hey that Harrison lookes awesome!

STS JAY
Newbie
Posts: 24
Post Re: Series 12 in Ireland!
on: December 17, 2018, 16:47

<div class="cosmo-blockquote "><p>Quote from Aza Hand on August 31, 2013, 14:51
Hi all,
Just wanted to introduce myself to the forum, my name is Aza Hand and I am the proud owner of the old Cinepost consol from Stockholm.
It now lives in county Wicklow, Ireland working away mixing music!! Buying and installing a Series 12 is quite an undertaking but very satisfying when you eventually figure it out. Fantastic consoles, does not get more sophisticated than this!!

Image</p></div>

Hi Aza Hand

I think i got this S12 console from you!
And now i need your help with it, can you please help me ?

Please check my topic:http://seriestwelve.org/forums/?mingleforumaction=viewtopic&t=51.0

My email: 1060854391@qq.com

Hope reply from you soon.

Thanks

Jay
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