🎛️ Studio Equipment at R Productions 🎚️

  • Mixing Console: Euphonix System 5
    • 4-Band Parametric EQ: Each channel on the Euphonix System 5 features a versatile four-band parametric equalizer. This allows precise shaping of the audio, adjusting frequencies to achieve the desired tonal balance.
    • Hi/Low/Bandpass/Notch Filters: The console includes filters for fine-tuning the audio. Whether you need to emphasize specific frequency ranges or remove unwanted noise, these filters provide flexibility and control.
    • Compression with Gate/Expander: The System 5 offers built-in compression and gating capabilities. Compression helps control dynamic range, while gating allows you to selectively mute audio signals based on thresholds.
    • Euphonix AM713 AD Converters and MA703 DA Converters: These converters ensure high-quality analog-to-digital (AD) and digital-to-analog (DA) conversion. They play a crucial role in maintaining pristine audio fidelity during recording and playback.
    • Euphonix FC726 Digital Format Converter: The FC726 facilitates seamless conversion between different digital audio formats, ensuring compatibility and efficient signal routing.
    • RME HDSPe MadiFX: This interface provides MADI (Multichannel Audio Digital Interface) connectivity, allowing for efficient transmission of multiple audio channels over a single cable.
    • Colin Broad RM-6: The RM-6 is a versatile remote control unit that enhances workflow by providing quick access to essential functions and settings to multiple DAW’s.


  • Monitors:
    • The Genelec 1038B is a remarkable studio monitor . Here are the key features:
      3-Way Active Mid-Field Monitor: The 1038B is a three-way active monitor designed for mid-field listening. It combines a 15-inch LF (low-frequency) driver, a 5-inch MF (mid-frequency) driver, and a 1-inch HF (high-frequency) driver to deliver accurate and detailed sound reproduction.

Advanced Directivity Control Waveguide (DCW™): The 1038B features Genelec’s proprietary DCW™ technology. This waveguide optimizes the dispersion of sound, ensuring consistent frequency response both on- and off-axis. As a result, the monitor provides stable and neutral sound imaging in various acoustical environments.

    • The Genelec 7071A is a remarkable studio subwoofer. Here are the key features:

    • Neutral Reproduction Characteristics: Genelec is known for its commitment to accurate sound reproduction, and the 7071A is no exception. It delivers very neutral sound, allowing engineers and producers to hear bass frequencies without coloration or distortion.
      Integrated Amplifier and Bass Management System: The amplifier unit is seamlessly integrated into the cabinet. It includes active crossover filters, driver overload protection circuitry, and a power amplifier. Additionally, the 7071A offers a complete bass management system, making it versatile for various studio applications.

    • High SPL Capacity: With its robust construction and high sound pressure capability, the Genelec 7071A combined with Genelec 1038B Main monitors have a fequency response of 19Hz to 22Khz.

    • Dual 12-Inch Design: The 7071A features dual 12-inch woofers, housed in Genelec’s patented Laminar Spiral Enclosure (LSE™). This unique enclosure design ensures a lower cut-off frequency of 19 Hz, making it ideal for reproducing deep bass frequencies with precision.

    • Genelec 1038B’s and 7071A: The Genelec 1038B, excels in monitoring installations, providing accurate and neutral sound imaging. It features advanced Directivity Control Waveguide (DCW™) technology for outstanding frequency response both on- and off-axis. The 7071A is a dual 12″ subwoofer low-frequency monitor. Together, they create a robust main monitoring system from 19Hz to 22Khz
    • KRK Rok Bottom is a substantial mono sub-bass enclosure designed by KRK. It features a 13-inch woofer with a roll surround. 

    • Audix PH-25 Near Field Monitors: These precision near-field monitors are designed for critical listening. They allow you to hear fine details in your audio, making them ideal for mixing and editing tasks.


  • DAWs (Digital Audio Workstations):
    • Nuendo Pro 13.0.41
    • WaveLab Pro 12.0.10
    • Halion 7.1.0 Sampler
    • Groove Agent 5.2.10
    • Extensive Plugin Library: Waves, TC Electronic, Steinberg, Lexicon, Fabfilter, Slate Trigger 2, iZotope, and SSL.


  • Outboard Gear:
    • TC Electronic System 6000 MKII: Reverb and mastering prowess.
    • TC Electronic Finalizer: Mastering excellence.
    • API 550B EQs and API 527 Compressors: Legendary analog processing.
    • Avid Eleven Rack: Versatile guitar processing.
    • Roland A-90 88-Key Keyboard Controller: Creative versatility
    • Euphonix ML-530 (24-Channel Mic Pre): A versatile 24-channel microphone preamplifier from Euphonix, designed to deliver pristine audio quality for recording and mixing. It offers transparent amplification and precise control over gain levels.
    • Neve 1073 Mic Pres: The Neve 1073 is an iconic microphone preamp that has been revered by engineers and producers since its introduction in the 1970s. Known for its warm, harmonically rich sound, the Neve 1073 remains a staple in professional studios worldwide.
    • API 512C Mic Pres: The API 512C. Renowned for its punchy, aggressive character, it’s often used for recording drums, guitars, and vocals.
    • API 3124+ Mic Pres: The API 3124+ is a four-channel microphone preamp with the same legendary API sound as the 512C. It features a robust design and exceptional headroom, making it suitable for various recording applications.
    • Focusrite ISA-828 (8-Channel Mic Pre with AES/EBU): The Focusrite ISA-828 is an eight-channel microphone preamplifier with built-in A/D conversion. It combines the classic Focusrite ISA sound with modern digital connectivity, making it ideal for professional studios and project setups.
    • SSL2+: The SSL2+ is a two-channel USB audio interface with built-in microphone preamps from Solid State Logic (SSL). Known for their transparent and clean sound, SSL preamps are favored by many recording engineers.


  • Microphones
    • Shure SM57’s x 10
    • Shure SM58 x 2
    • Shure Beta 92’s x 2
    • Shure Beta 98D/S x 6
    • Shure SM-81 x 2
    • Audix D6’s x 2
    • Audio Technica AT-4050
    • Sennheiser 421’s x 6
    • Coles 4038 Ribbon x 2
    • Telefunken ELM251
    • Telefunken AR-15
    • AKG C12
    • AKG 414XLII x 4
    • Rubbo 1031 Ribbon x 10
    • Nuemann U87 AI x 2
    • Custom transducers

      R Productions, our gear is more than equipment—it’s the heartbeat of sonic innovation. 🎧✨

🎵 Peter Rubbo: Orchestrating Excellence 🎵

From the rhythm of childhood drumbeats to the symphony of Grammy nominations, Peter Rubbo’s journey has been a harmonious blend of passion and mastery.

The Drummer’s Overture
At the tender age of five, Peter’s hands found solace in drumsticks. His mentors—the maestros of rhythm—shaped his musical soul. Jazz, rock, and metal became his canvas, and he painted with percussive brilliance. Soon, he was no longer just a drummer; he was a heartbeat in search of a stage.
The Live Show Symphony
Peter’s sticks danced across stages, weaving melodies into memories. Night after night, he honed his chops, creating crescendos that echoed through concert halls. The live circuit was his proving ground—a place where rhythm met adrenaline, and applause became his encore.
The Studio Sonata
In 1991, Peter’s vision crystallized. He built his first studio in Brockton, Massachusetts—an acoustic sanctuary where sound waves whispered secrets. Artists flocked to his door, seeking sonic alchemy. And Peter, with a conductor’s precision, transformed raw tracks into symphonies.
Bridgewater’s Crescendo
In 2000, destiny called. Peter relocated his studio to Bridgewater, Ma. The walls absorbed decades of melodies—the laughter of collaboration, the tension of creativity, and the quiet hum of Grammy dreams. His name became synonymous with excellence.
The Producer’s Score
Beyond the drum kit, Peter donned the producer’s hat. His credits adorned album covers like golden notes. Countless artists found their voice within his soundproofed walls. Each fader tweak, each EQ curve—it was Peter’s artistry, etched in soundwaves.
R Productions: His Magnum Opus
Peter Rubbo, the founder, CEO, Chairman and chief engineer and producer of R Productions, isn’t just all of the above; he’s a sonic architect. His legacy reverberates in every track, every lyric, every heartbeat. For four decades, he’s woven magic—Grammy-nominated, industry-defining magic.

🎧🌟 R Productions: Where Peter’s rhythm meets your melody. 🌟🎧

Peter Rubbo, renowned not only as a studio engineer but also as a famous studio drummer, brings rhythm and groove to every beat. His sticks have graced legendary tracks, making him a heartbeat in the music industry. 🥁

Peter Rubbo: Your Studio Drummer on Call. 🥁

This legendary Tama Studio Key is miced up with 32 microphones for an incredible agressive rock project.