Equipment

This section is a listing of most of the equipment that I have worked with over the years. I have broken it down into 3 different sections. These 3 sections include Personal Equipment, Plattsburgh State Equipment, and WRHO Radio Equipment. Personal Equipment is a listing of all of the equipment that I own in my own studio. This includes audio and video equipment. Plattsburgh State Equipment is very similar to Personal Equipment but contains radio and television equipment that I used at Plattsburgh State. WRHO Radio Equipment is also similar to Personal Equipment but contains radio equipment that I used and maintained while at Hartwick College.

Personal Equipment

Below is a listing of what equipment I personally own. This equipment is divided into 3 different sections. These sections include Audio Equipment, Video Equipment and Computer Equipment. I have provided photographs of the layout of my equipment next to each section. The Audio Equipment is mostly professional to semi-pro equipment while the video equipment is more consumer level and computer equipment is both professional and consumer level equipment. More->

Plattsburgh State Equipment

Below is a listing of what equipment I have used at Plattsburgh State University. This equipment is divided into 2 different sections. These sections include Audio Equipment and Video Equipment. All of this equipment is professionally grade equipment not pro-sumer or consumer stuff here. More->

WRHO Radio Equipment

Below is a listing of what equipment I used at WRHO 89.7 FM Oneonta, NY. This equipment is mostly professionally grade equipment found in many radio studios. We have two studios. Studio A uses a slider board while Studio B uses a pot style board. We originally broadcasted on a 150 Watt transmitter but in late 2000 we had to replace our transmitter with a new 500 Watt; we continue to broadcast at 89.7 Mhz (FM). The station has been broadcasting continuous since 1955. Much of the equipment in the studios is older analog equipment such as carts and 1/4 inch open reel to reel. More->

Classic Microphone
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