- February 8, 2011 at 4:37 pm #15251wben_corkParticipant
As a new user to this forum , I apologise if I have posted this message in the wrong section.
Back in 1986 I worked for a pirate radio station in Cork, Ireland.
South Coast Radio was the name of the station .
It was a follow on from the original superpirate S.C.R which broadcast in the 1982-84 period .
After asking around I am informed the mixing desk we used in the on air studio was an Alice STM-8 .
This may correct or it could be wrong.
There were a few versions of this station throughout the 80’s so my info could be off the mark.
I am looking for a picture of this model.
I am trying the internet but to no avail.
If anyone could help me I would greatly appreciate it.
MartinFebruary 8, 2011 at 7:00 pm #15714Ted FletcherKeymaster
The old Alice STM-8 was certainly one of my designs….. with a characteristic ‘paddle’ switch for the DJ mic.
Sadly, I don’t have a picture, although I will have another look over the next few days in my archives.
The STM-8 was a serious attempt to produce a low-cost but high performance broadcast mixer that would serve as a main desk for tiny radio stations. It was a success and we made probably about 150 of them.
If I come up with any pics I will post them here…….
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