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Greg Lake’s classic DVD project uses Audient
The Classic facility houses three editing suites with DVD authoring and graphics capabilities.
Classic rock keyboardist Greg Lake, formerly of King Crimson and Emerson, Lake and Palmer, has signed a deal with the Classic Pictures music DVD label, with his debut solo DVD “Greg Lake – Live” due for release in early 2006. The DVD will include a full-length concert performance from his recent tour in the United Kingdom, as well as an exclusive 5.1 surround live performance captured live at the UK’s Classic T Stage.
The Classic T Stage is a 2500sq ft recording studio built within the Shepperton Film Studios sound stage. It incorporates Audient’s new ACS8024 48-channel mixing desk with a Mackie control section, paired with 64-track Pro-Tools setup. Audient’s ASP510 Surround Sound Controller is used for stereo, Dolby 5.1 and DTS mixing. Classic Pictures MD Robert Garofalo specified the Audient mixer for its analog sound and ease of use.
The Classic facility also houses three editing suites with DVD authoring and graphics capabilities, as well as a full film studio featuring 32 channel stage monitoring, 20ft 16:9 large screen projection with 5.1/DTS monitoring, lighting rig and green screen/cyclorama.
For more information, visit www.audient.co.uk.
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