Vintage production console with the sound and feel of the records we all know and love. Designed by Rupert Neve, this beast has the sound and functionality to. 40 Channel music and audio Amek Mozart production console, designed by Rupert Neve. Released late 80’s, lived in recording studios during its life. Bought . Since the MOZART-RN option was introduced I have been delighted to hear from . position in the AMEK MOZART frame to replace the other MOZART.

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We had a good tech at the time and he went through cleaned things up mkzart bit. It is pretty probable that we can pick up one of these for virtually free, 48ch, with neve designed ch strips, according to the “seller”.

Had to mod them to roll off about Khz. The real question is are you really getting a Mozart with RN modules? I also think he did some op-amp swaping but I can’t be sure. ameo

We had to replace every faceplate on every module but never fixed the Patch bay or center section that I remember. Big mistake from a bean counter Again a bunch of beta testing. They made a couple and then amdk to 40 input and 56 input on up to 80 input I don’t know if any of these were every made but I think they did offer it as an option.


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The Hendrix moart designed as a lower entry point to the Mozart but after working on one I felt like maybe they fixed some of the things that bugged me about the Mozart.

November 30, Please login or register. So fucking hot that we had to re-cap all the modules after a year because they used cheap caps that dried out from the heat.

I worked for the Bakery Studio in North Hollywood for 4 years and they had serial number of the Mozart in the A room. Mine has the Atari to PC conversion done. They packed too much into them with almost the whole channel strip fitted with dual concentric knobs it made it tough to see the eq and also the sends but you got used mozarr it. The biggest problem was amke all the early boards were run off of Atari computers which were big in England at the time.

What does it sound like? If you can do that and also maybe do some mods to the center section you will have a real decent console to sum with not to mention something not bad to track with as far as eq’s go. November 29, The only thing that I noticed was that you could hear the weak link in the console and that was the master section.


The underside pan was basically hand hammered sheet metal and the Elco connectors were wired differently than all others that came after it.

It worked much more stable after that not to mention you could actually replace the computer when it blew up. It was OK but with some mods could be made better.

Good luck, Michael Greene.

Everything that Micheal says seems to ring true to me. The automation on those boards was simple but effective, and easy to use. Is this way worth the hassle of installment mozagt maintanance? Bad silkscreening that was impossible to read under dim light.

The RN modules had a bunch of daughter boards on them for the EQ and they had a bunch of tight small caps.

AMEK/NEVE Mozart 56 Channel Recording Console

Or are you being fed a line of crap. I wish I could remember exactly.

At least that is what AMEK said. It had NO Rupert Neve modules.

Now the big problems.