The Neve 8068 MkII is one of the most highly regarded consoles in music history. Its sound can be heard on multiple records and its feature set has helped engineers and artists create timeless classics.
In this pureMix.net Exclusive, Grammy Award Winning Engineer, Andrew Scheps goes over the feature set of his 64 channel Neve 8068 MkII, originally from his Los Angeles based studio, Punkerpad West, that now resides in the stunning Monnow Valley Studio in Wales.
Learn the ins and outs of the Neve 8068 MkII console as Andrew explains the signal flow, eq section, routing, and bussing as well as the role this console played in the development of his Rear Bus mixing technique.
Discover the venerable Neve 8068 MkII Console from Andrew Scheps, only on pureMix.net
Neve 8068 MKII Console
dissideo •Sunday, November 21, 2021
You’ve got audio unsync at 15:11. Same phrase was cut twice. ;-))
the_ceez •Tuesday, October 29, 2019
Interesting and easy to understand!!!
sektor3 •Sunday, June 16, 2019
beschornermusic •Saturday, April 20, 2019
Andrew, come back. Very good overview from this legend console!
JorgeZM •Wednesday, March 13, 2019
andre.mc •Friday, March 8, 2019
Oh thank you so much for that wonderful presentation.I am sure he meant well.But I now have brain fog.The thing for me is that in order to understand anything on any subject, I first need to learn the technical terminology for that particular compartment or profession.The order in which Andrew does things on that mixer is something I will have to apply to the DAW I am working in.I will have to watch the tutorial several times in order to even begin to grasp the theory of it and apply it physically to the order in which I mix.I wish I had his mindset sometimes.
simon.br •Monday, March 4, 2019
He’s a genius and a dude. I loved this video. Having only ever used a DAW the overview of the classic Neve desk was super informative to me. Great work.
mataran •Sunday, March 3, 2019
Thanks Andrew! Always instructive and so well explained.
Trace23 •Thursday, February 28, 2019
Great explanation of a Neve console if you've never seen one. Thanks Andrew.