Hollywood, CA (November 8, 2006)–On any given project, and he’s worked with such notable artists as Black Eyed Peas, Mary J Blige, Pussycat Dolls and Enrique Iglesias, producer/engineer Tal Herzberg may pull double-duty as musician, programmer, editor and mixer. Regularly based at the Record Plant in Hollywood, Herzberg works closely with producer Ron Fair, and records and edits on a Pro Tools HD3 system, often dealing with 96 tracks at 24-bit/96k.
Tal HerzbergThese high-density recordings make critical demands on the entire recording process, especially the hard drives. Herzberg, who relies on Avastor drives for his masters, explained, “The Avastor HDX feature set (beefy internal AC power supply, ultra-quiet cooling fan and total overall performance) can easily handle the record and playback requirements of multiple tracks of high resolution digital audio (with edits) in Pro Tools.
“The performance and value of the Avastor drives is extremely satisfying, they outperform other brands of FireWire drives I have used. We really push our drives hard, and their performance is consistently flawless”.
Richard Wilson, senior vice president for Avastor, added, “It is pros like Tal that make working in audio so satisfying by his acceptance of our products; Avastor in a small way helps Tal to keep those hits happening.”