1972 Neve 53 Series

Opinions may differ as to the best sounding mixing console ever made, but few would argue that Rupert Neve designed some of the best and that the golden age of Neve spanned the decade between 1970 and 1980.

At the heart of Snap sits an ultra rare, 1972 Neve 5316 recording console with superb with 33114/33115 mic pre/eq modules based upon the legendary original Neve 1081.

What makes this 53 series console so special is that it is a rare recording version of the better-known broadcast desks and offers 28 inputs, eight aux, sixteen groups and sixteen monitors (all with aux's and routable to mix). 

Neve 33118/33114/33115 mic pre/eq

The console mic pre/eq modules are based on the legendary 1081, and are considered by many to be one of the finest modules that Neve ever made.