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“The technology is going to put [a lot of] big studios out of business. Let’s face it, in five years there will be no boards like this [gestures to his studio’s massive Neve console]; there’s going to be a Macintosh. There’s going to be great fidelity, and you’re just going to say, ‘Okay, let’s record.’ That’s it!”- Daryl “The Captain” Dragon

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XLR

A type of connector used for analog or digital signal carriers, most commonly found on microphones and on pro-level equipment. Typically has 3 pins and is housed in a circular casing. Pin 1 is the ground/shield, pin 2 is hot and pin 3 is cold (but this could vary depending on the country you are in). Also known as a Cannon connector.

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