07.23.2009 03:20 PM
Digital Services Recording Studios Installs New Console
The Digital Services Recording studio, which is located in Tomball, Texas, has recently replaced an older SSL audio console in its operation with a new 48-channel Duality model from SSL.

“The studio got a lot of great service out of the old SSL 6000, but the time had come to move into the modern age,” said Digital Services Recording Studio owner, Charles Ray, “Upgrading to a Duality let us retain the lineage of SSL while addressing the way musicians create and record today. Besides the great sound, it’s smaller than our old 6000, it runs on much less power and it doesn’t need a machine room. The Duality is also a real professional console and not just a control surface for a DAW.”

The Duality is being used in the facility’s “Studio A” which features four live rooms, with all in use during many recording sessions. Ray noted that installation of the new console took just a few hours to complete.



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