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Office Terra Orders SSL C200 Console

Audio post-production specialist Office Terra has become the first facility in the world to place an order for Solid State Logic’s new C200 Digital Production 7/15/2003 8:00 AM Eastern

Audio post-production specialist Office Terra has become the first facility in the world to place an order for Solid State Logic’s new C200 Digital Production console. The facility, which is affiliated with Japanese broadcaster NTV (Nippon Television Network Corporation), handles video sound sweetening for a range of television programs, including news and documentaries. The board will be installed in September in the facility’s central Tokyo premises.

At present, Office Terra engineers work on a Solid State Logic SL 4000 G Series console, but have decided to upgrade to the new digital console because it offers greater flexibility and versatility. The company's engineers said that they chose the C200 because it is ergonomically very similar to the SL 4000 G and would immediately be familiar with the new console. Once installed, it will be used in conjunction with hard disk audio systems and digital VTRs.

Niall Feldman, SSL’s director of product marketing, said, “It’s very rewarding to have a prestigious Japanese studio as the world’s first customer for the C200 console. For a traditionally conservative market, it says a great deal about the quality of the C200 and SSL’s reputation for great products and support that our first sale is in Japan.”

For more information, visit www.solid-state-logic.com.

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