The Hideaway Studio A Control Room
The Hideaway Studio in Minneapolis recently replaced the Avid Pro Tools|HD 3 Accel system in its A Control Room with a new Avid Pro Tools|HDX system. The studio also moved the Avid Pro Tools|HD 3 Accel system from its A Control Room to its B Control Room to replace a Pro Tools HD|2 Accel system, and acquired a Mac Pro with a Quad Core 3 Intel Xeon processor for working with the upgraded Pro Tools|HD 3 Accel system.
“The Hideaway Studio is committed to providing our clients with superior quality and services, which is why we are always upgrading our apparatus and ensuring that we are on par with today’s sophisticated technology standards,” says The Hideaway Studio founder Joseph Mabbott. “In undergoing this upgrade, we have enhanced the power of our systems and some of the features of our new software, which has enhanced our mixdown process. The speed capabilities of these new systems have made a huge difference in the flow and production quality of our sessions, saving our clients’ time and money.”
Hideaway Studio clients say that they are noticing benefits stemming from the recent equipment upgrades. “Whenever you are working on a project in a studio, you realize that any studio time spent means money spent,” explains Doomtree producer Lazerbreak (Aaron Mader), who mixed his 20-track record, Lavabangers at the studio with Mabbott. “The beauty of The Hideaway Studio’s upgrades is that they help reduce the amount of time that we as artists have to spend in the studio without compromising high production performance and results. It provides greater recording, mixing and production quality that is achieved through a more efficient, expeditious workflow process, sparing us the expense of needing additional time and money in the studio.”
For information about The Hideaway Studio, go to thehideawaympls.com.