Category: BBC TELEVISION CENTRE

1960’s – PYE BROADCAST AUDIO CONSOLES | PART FOUR | THE INNOVATIVE PYE TRANSISTOR TV STUDIO MIXER

CONTENTS: THE FIRST MODULAR BROADCAST STUDIO MIXER ATV’s four 34-channel consoles for Elstree A look at the modular ‘cassettes’ Enough ‘Drama’ for the Gram Op ‘The Plane Makers’ being recorded in September 1963 Memories of the last of Elstree’s Pye’s Some Pye’s for other clients The BBC equip with even bigger desks The biggest UK…

By David Taylor 2021-06-13 0

1950’s – PYE BROADCAST AUDIO CONSOLES | PART THREE | THE VALVE STUDIO MIXERS

Contents: 1950’s – THE VALVE STUDIO MIXERS Typical 1950’s Installations Anglia TV’s Pye desk Granada’s Studio 10 at The Chelsea Palace The Duke at The Palace Replacing The Valves THE FIRST IN THE FOUR ARTICLES ABOUT THE HISTORY OF PYE’s AUDIO CONSOLES IS HEREA .PDF FILE OF THIS ARTICLE CAN BE DOWNLOADED (1Mb) 1950’s –…

By David Taylor 2021-06-12 0

1967 – ‘OUR WORLD’ LIVE TV LINKS ‘THE WORLD’ | HOW IT WAS MADE AND PRESENTED.

PART ONE: MAKING THE ‘OUR WORLD’ PROGRAMME Part One: An in-depth look at how this worldwide live programme was put together, and with lots of video excerpts, will hopefully explain the finished programme.Part Two: How both the recording teams that worked with the Beatles and the television crew that set up in EMI Studio 1…

By David Taylor 2020-09-03 2