As part of its continuing tour of the U.S., the new Solid State Logic Broadcast Equipment Demonstration Vehicle recently paid a visit to the Conservatory of Recording Arts and Sciences’ Gilbert, Ariz., campus. The custom-designed mobile production vehicle features SSL’s C10 HD Compact Broadcast Console and associated routing and I/O equipment, in conjunction with key audio and video monitoring and communications systems required for a modern broadcast production facility. The visit gave CRAS students the opportunity to experience an advanced broadcast production environment first-hand.
“We were extremely pleased with our visit to CRAS,” says Steve Zaretsky, Vice President of Broadcast for SSL. “When we pulled up to the campus, more than 50 students initially greeted us to get in line to see the mobile facility. We stayed for several hours taking advantage of our external video monitor and speakers to keep the growing number of students waiting in line engaged.”