From L to R: SSL president Rick Plushner, All Media Capital’s Jeff Thomas, Los Angeles SPARS Board of Directors Maureen Droney (House of Blues Studios/East Iris Studios), Kevin Mills (Larrabee Studios) and Jeff Greenberg (The Village), SSL VP Phil Wagner
Photo: Brian Stewart
More than 50 members of the Los Angeles recording community gathered at Hollywood’s Acapulco Restaurant May 17 for a Society of Professional Recording Services (SPARS) meet-and-greet luncheon sponsored by Solid State Logic and All Media Capital.
The upbeat event drew a diverse crowd of recording studio owners and managers, facility designers, engineers, equipment rental personnel and other industry service providers. In a brief discussion, All Media Capital’s Jeff Thomas provided information on the current much-improved state of the equipment financing industry, and SSL Vice President Phil Wagner presented an overview of both the key features and recent facility installations of SSL’s newest digital console, the C200.
Visit www.spars.com for more information about the organization and its upcoming events.