Las Vegas, NV (July 22, 2009)--The SSL Duality room at Odds On Records & Studios in Las Vegas has been busy with a multitude of high-profile projects since opening earlier this year.
Current projects include the recording of a complete string section with the Las Vegas Philharmonic for legendary soft rock duo Air Supply for its latest album, recording several tracks for the upcoming club/pop group Ultraviolet Sound, a duet project with legendary jazz vocalist 'Little' Jimmy Scott, mixing for the grassroots Cali-reggae band Rebelution and recording with pop/R&B singer-songwriter Paula DeAnda.
"Since we opened our doors, the studio's SSL Duality room, with resident classic outboard gear and microphones, has been slammed with great projects and we've received overwhelmingly positive feedback from the top artists, engineers and producers who have worked in this space," says Bobby Ferrari, head of audio production at Odds On Records & Studios. "The room offers artists of all music genres the very best creative environment."
As one of Odds On Records & Studios' label artists, legendary group Air Supply recently recorded multiple songs for its upcoming full-length album, scheduled for release early next year. The band wanted to include an 18-piece string section from the Las Vegas Philharmonic to round out one of the tracks; Studio A's adjoining live room was capable of housing this large group. Air Supply used 26 all-tube microphones including vintage models from Neumann, Schoeps and AKG for the recording, along with the extensive amount of other high-end equipment available at the studio. The band is expected to return to the studio later this summer to mix these tracks in Odds On's SSL 9080K room.
Studio A's control room features a 96-channel SSL Duality console, one of the largest in the United States, with an adjoining isolation booth and lounge. The studio also features a wide array of top gear, including Pro Tools|HD 40i x 80O and an Ocean Way Monitoring System.
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