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Highway 89

Studio Specs

HIGHWAY 89 is recorded in BYU Broadcasting’s new state-of-the-art performance studios, Studio 6 & Studio 6B. And occasionally larger groups are recorded in Studio C with an audience.

Studio 6:
  • Designed by Russ Berger Design Group
  • Length 22’ x Width 25’ x Height 12.5’
  • A selection of mics including: Neumann & Schoeps
  • Thiel CS2.4 speakers with Bryston amplification
  • 7' Steinway Model B
Studio 6B:
  • 24 Channels of ProTools HD
  • Avid D-command Console
  • Altiverb 7
  • Lexicon Plug-in Effects Suite
  • (3) Grace M801 (8 channel) preamps
  • Apogee Symphony I/O with resolution up to 24 bit 192k
  • Monitoring through a 5.1 Bowers & Wilkins system comprised of 800, 802 and 805 Diamond speakers along with a matching DB1 dual 12" subwoofer. The 800s and 802 center are each driven by a McIntosh 501 (500 watt monoblock amp). The 805s are driven by a stereo McIntosh 402 amp (400 watts per channel)
Studio C
  • Fully wired for radio and television production
  • 4000 (sq. ft.) floor space
  • 260 retractable theatre seats
  • 27’ Stewart perforated movie screen
  • 12 fiber-optic connections for studio cameras
  • Crestron Digital Theatre Control System
  • Christie 10,500 Lumen HD projector
  • 90+ remotely controlled studio lights
  • Variable color LED floodlights
  • Applause signs
  • Sixteen 36”, high volume, ultra-low noise cooling vents
  • Full in-house audio mixing capability
  • JBL Professional Cinema Speaker System
  • 18 individual speaker enclosures
  • 7.1 speaker arrangement
  • 8,700 watts of speaker power
  • Four 18” ported, subwoofer drivers
  • Grace M802 microphone pre amps