The Clive Davis Center for Recorded Music at NYU's Tisch School of the Arts has purchased a 48 frame, 32-channel API Vision Surround Mixing Console for their largest recording studio. The actual console will be showcased at the API booth #626 during the 119th AES Convention in New York City, October 7 to October 10, 2005.
"The reason we purchased the Vision console was to get that classic API sound in a 5.1 console," enthused Jim Anderson, chair of Clive Davis Center of Recorded Music, Tisch School of the Arts, New York University. "For NYU, the API Vision console will be a remarkable teaching tool. With the department's focus on contemporary music, this console will enable our students to learn recording on the best-sounding surround console in the world. We look forward to the variety of projects that our new studio and new console will attract within the university."
API invites all AES attendees to visit the booth and learn more about the capabilities of the Vision console. Jim Anderson will be in booth #626 on Friday afternoon, October 7, to answer questions. He is also chair of this year’s AES Convention…
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