Recording location: Friedrich Ebert Halle, Hamburg, June 1982.
Mixing desk: STORM
Microphones: Neumann KM83
Monitor speakes: Tannoy "Canterbury"
Monitor amplifier: Quad 50
Recording (tape) machine: Decca Digital 2 track 16-bit 48kHz
Designed and built by Roy Wallace, it came into service c.1966. Each unit of STORM comprised 6 channels, each channel fully pannable L to R with high frequency and low frequency equalisation and group faders. 4 units each of six channels were used to obtain a maximum of 24 channels with simultaneous 2 track and 4 track working. STORM was later modified to any channel to any group to any track (more versatile), able to be used for simultaneous 2 track and 8 track recordings. 4 sets STORM were eventually in use with Decca for many years (1966 to 1986).
Total timing 66:40.