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Steve Wright

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Although not a great person to work with, he was a brilliant broadcaster. His attention to detail was intense.  After every pre-recorded talky-bit or interview he would listen back and pick you up on every poor (1/4" tape edit) that he could hear.  Its where I learnt 90deg edits rather than 60 or 30

I also remember that we would over-plug his console PPMs and headphones across a compressor so they would always be a steady PPM 6, which he was insistent about, while the technical operator could run the actual broadcast levels more consistently with the rest of the network.

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