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Benchmark console delivers superior analogue sound with full DAW control in a cost and space effective package
Benchmark console delivers superior analogue sound with full DAW control in a cost and space effecti

Benchmark console delivers superior analogue sound with full DAW control in a cost and space effective package

Benchmark console delivers superior analogue sound with full DAW control in a cost and space effecti

Jan 10, 2008

Benchmark console delivers superior analogue sound with full DAW contr...

ANAHEIM, CA — Solid State Logic is pleased to announce the continued success of the AWS 900+ Analogue Workstation System with a number of recent sales and installations in both the high-end studio and educational environments. This industry leading system delivers the superior analogue sound of SSL’s legendary SuperAnalogue™ mic pre-amps and signal processing combined with extensive direct control of DAW recording, editing and mixing functions for Logic Audio, Nuendo, Sonar, Digital Performer and Pro Tools, among others. Solid State Logic will exhibit AWS 900+ at the NAMM show, January 17th to 20th, at the Anaheim Convention Center in California (Booth #6907, Hall A).

“With over 350 consoles delivered to customers, the industry acceptance of the AWS 900+ is nothing short of magnificent,” says Phil Wagner, president of SSL, Inc. “We are gratified to see the continued high-level of interest our customers have in the AWS 900+.”

On the commercial studio side of the industry, Hit Factory Miami, a world class facility with multiple SSL consoles, has installed an AWS 900+.

Trent Reznor, the principal talent behind the famed Industrial rock band Nine Inch Nails, has added an AWS 900+ to his personal studio where a new album project is underway for the influential artist.

On the educational side of studio life, Full Sail Real World Education in Orlando, Florida enjoys the world’s largest single installation of AWS 900+ consoles with 13 systems installed to support this prestigious institution’s degree programs. Twelve systems are housed in Full Sail’s Mix Palace with each system complimented by an SSL XLogic X-Rack outfitted with eight Dynamics modules based on the SSL XL 9000 K Series console’s channel dynamics. The thirteenth console and X-Rack graces a classroom setting where group discussion and demonstration of techniques enhance the learning experience for the students.

Middle Tennessee State University (MTSU) has purchased an AWS 900+ Analogue Workstation System and a 48-channel Duality console for its degree program in recording arts. The AWS 900+ will serve as a teaching platform for the Department of Mass Communications, where students will be exposed to a series of production oriented courses before moving onto the larger Duality system.

The Harris Institute in Ontario, Canada has purchased an AWS 900+ console and accompanying XLogic X-Rack system for Control Room A. This studio is part of the institute’s Multiple Access Recording Soundworks (MARS) integrated studio complex with three designated control rooms for music recording, audio post and electronic music; labs for Pro Tools, MIDI, Logic Audio, electronics and a variety of isolation spaces.

Loyola University in New Orleans installed an AWS 900+ for its advanced recording studio designed to produce professional-quality recordings of individuals or ensembles. The studio is part of the larger $13 million Communications/Music Complex that represents the university's commitment to music and music industry education. The AWS 900+ studio is housed in a 115,000 square foot, four-storey building with state-of-the-art facilities for music and communications.

Ryerson University in Toronto offers an AWS 900+ based studio as part of its extensive degree programs in music, broadcast TV and radio, filmmaking and new media. The AWS 900+ continues Ryerson’s tradition of providing top-quality equipment for the educational environment.

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