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Trip of Hope has been composed, realised and pre-mixed at Paris by Jean-Christophe Lemay in his own home studio, in particular with:

      - Cubase VST 24 3.7 son PC PII 450, 256 mo of ram, DD UW,
        Gina Event 20 bits sound card, E/S Spdif
      - Akai S3000 XL with 32 mo and multi-fx
      - Synthé Supernova Novation
      - Expander JV-2080 Roland with 6 extensions cards
      - Expander SC-88 Roland
      - Micro LEM EMU 4535
      - Mix : Allen & Heath 20:8:2
      - Monitoring : Genelec 1030 A

The 16 titles of the album were then mixed by Jean-Philippe Badoui, Jean-Christophe Lemay, and Guillaume Mis at "Studio du Palais des Congrès" during 10 days, in december 2000. Here is a not-exhaustive list of the equipment used for mixing :

      - SSL 4056 E mixing desk (56 tracks)
      - ProTools 5.0 24 Mix + on MAc G4 and Apogee AD 8000 converters
      - Synchronized in SMPTE with a PC PII 450 and Cubase VST 24
      - Reverbs : 480 Lexicon, PCM 70 Lexicon, PCM 60 Lexicon, AMS Reverb,
        EMT 240, M3000 TC Electronics
      - Delays : AMS Delay, D1500 Yamaha, Infernal Machin Publison,
        TC 2290 TC Electronics, Echocord Dynacord
      - Multi-effets : AMS Phase, M3000 Eventide, Mutron Bi-Phase
      - Lots of pizzas !

The album was mastered at Translab, by Pompon, on a SADI station with Avalon, Manley, TL Audio peripherals.

To see some photos about those 10 days mixing at the studio click here