Recording

301 Studios Installs VTC Console

Tom Misner, founder of SAE Technology Schools, has recently taken delivery of the first 56-channel TL Audio VTC Console for his new recording facility 3/06/2003 7:00 AM Eastern

Tom Misner, founder of SAE Technology Schools, has recently takendelivery of the first 56-channel TL Audio VTC Console for his newrecording facility in Byron Bay, Australia, the latest addition toMisner's expanding 301 Studios Group, which already has commercialstudios in Sydney, Cologne and Stockholm. The console was installedinto Studio Two ("The Valve Room") by P&G.

"Working with ProTools|HD and then mixing it on the valve console isthe magic combination," Misner said. "The first three albums I'veproduced on it sounded great, and the musicians loved it."

TL Audio's managing director, Tony Larking, said, "Tom's SAE Schoolshave been enthusiastic users of TL Audio products for a few years now,so we were delighted when Tom invested in a VTC. It seems thatlarge-format VTCs are becoming in-demand items right now, with EMIPublishing having just installed a 48-channel console in London--itssecond VTC--and with other 48- and 56-channel boards currently inproduction destined for customers in Austria, Spain and the UK."

Check out the VTC online at www.tlaudio.co.uk. Visit 301 Studios at www.studios301.com.