Clive Green

Clive Green was the founder of Cadac (London) Ltd, a company that along with Neve and SSL went on to define the classic British sound of the late sixties and early seventies. This sound is now much sought after but unfortunately many of the original Cadac (London) desks no longer exist, and those that do are now highly sought after. Some classics albums recorded on these consoles were Queen's Bohemian Rhapsody, Rod Stewart's Atlantic Crossing and many more ...

After his success with recording consoles Clive went on to form Clive Green & Co Ltd where he took his knowledge and desire to make very high quality mixing consoles into the Theatre Sound Market.
These consoles went on to become the industry standard analogue mixing consoles and were found on shows from Phantom of the Opera and Cats all the way up to present productions such as Mama Mia, We Will Rock and Wicked. For many years they appeared almost everywhere from, the London's West End to New York's Broadway, throughout Europe and even as far afield as Japan and Australia.

With Clive's kind permission and assistance, Nixer have designed a range of products which we have called the "Clive Green Signature Series" range.
We have used Clive's audio designs and circuits to bring back some recording sounds of this era and to also recreate some of the classic theatre mic amps and EQs too.

Please see our 500 series products.