GRAMMY WINNING RECORDING/MIXING ENGINEER KHALIQ GLOVER PRODUCES HITS WITH AVASTOR HARD DRIVES

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Los Angeles, CA, December 03, 2008—Grammy-award winning recording/mixing engineer, producer and songwriter, Khaliq Glover (also known as Khaliq-O-Vision), who has worked with such leading artists as Patti LaBelle, Prince, Usher and jazz legend Herbie Hancock, needed a drive he could depend on. This is why he decided to go with Avastor.

Recommended by fellow engineer, Dave Hampton, Glover purchased the Avastor HDX triple interface external Firewire drive to adhere to his demanding and high-profile projects. “I used the Avastor HDX triple interface external Firewire drives on the Grammy-nominated Angie Stone sessions and was impressed by its speed, silence and compact design of its professional feature set,� says Glover.
The Avastor HDX800 drives, part of the HDX triple interface external Firewire drive family, handled dozens of large, high-resolution tracks and numerous edits with ease during Glover’s recording sessions. “Right now I’m using the brand new Avastor SDX QUAD interface drive for doing highly demanding video content,� continues Glover. “It possesses the same great build, quality, reliability and throughput. Tackling terabytes is no problem for Avastor.�
Avastor drives, including the new SDX QUAD, are currently available through U.S., Canadian and European distributors.
Additionally, Glover has launched www.MusiciansVideoTube.com—a musician and producer networking and video upload Web site.
For more information, please visit www.avastor.com, www.khaliq-o-vision.com and www.MusiciansVideoTube.com.
About Avastor
Headquartered in Peachtree City, GA, Avastor was founded in 2005 to bring full-featured digital storage devices, with the highest quality and performance, to the professional audio and video marketplace. The company's flagship product, the HDX hard disk drive system, is produced in the USA with a mandate for superior build quality and 100% quality testing, aimed directly at the demands of professional audio and video applications.