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MediaComm Adds SSL 4056G+

After acquiring a Pro Tools|HD rig last year, MediaComm (Charlotte, N.C.) augmented its audio menu even further with an SSL 4056G+ console. The SSL suite 9/09/2003 8:00 AM Eastern

After acquiring a Pro Tools|HD rig last year, MediaComm (Charlotte, N.C.) augmented its audio menu even further with an SSL 4056G+ console.

The SSL suite will also perform audio sweetening, using the studio's Pro Tools|HD, which offers 128 channels for mixing in post, as well as full sound-to-picture capability. To complement the SSL, MediaComm installed a new isolation booth for simultaneously recording/mixing as many as four talents. MediaComm’s head audio engineer Kelly Morse said, “The changes to this room will not only allow us to accommodate large-format productions, but will improve audio service to our Avid nonlinear suites, our audio sweetening rooms and our production control rooms.” The 4056G+ took six engineers two weeks to install, during which time MediaComm equipped the desk with plant-wide connectivity.

For more, visit www.media-comm.com. For more on the board, visit www.solid-state-logic.com.