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February 28, 2024


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This is so spot on. Most radio was broadcast from dingy little studios in the back of the building. Studios were rarely gleaming fishbowl affairs located on the corner of one of the busiest intersections in town.

What we have here is two ITC three-slot cart decks. ITCs were for years the workhorses of radio. Next to them, a Spotmaster five spot deck, a nightmare of a machine. The board is, I think, a Gates Diplomat stereo console.

I'll guess this was after radio stations quit playing records and all music was on carts. That's the only reason I can think of for having 11 cart decks in a studio.

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