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Columbia Special Products Detroit office was first located in the Fisher Building during the mid '60's.Further breakdowns and explanations follow this grid: As an example, Vala Reegan's "Fireman" has 45-6412 on the right hand side of the label, and 66C-10117 on the left. Atlantic simply used a mastering system that puts the last two digits of the year before the tape master number, thus 66C denotes a 1966 mastering for Vala's "Fireman".The master number is 10117 whilst the label number is 6412. From January 1967 a pressing plant code was added to the master numbers: Like RCA and Capitol, Columbia's pressing plants and mastering services were used an awful lot by smaller independent local labels.Orders taken by the office would then be sent to Columbia's Chicago studio to have the master lacquer (acetate) cut, which would then be forwarded on to the plant in Terre Haute.Stereo 45 matrix numbers from NY/Hollywood always bore a 'ZTS' prefix; Chicago used 'ZCSV' prior to 1969, and 'ZTSV' thereafter; Nashville's stereo matrix prefix was 'ZSSB.' EP releases bore the following prefix codes: ZTEP = New York/Hollywood; ZTEC = Chicago; ZTEB = Nashville.