Harrisburg, PA (December 22, 2005)–Avalon Recording recently acquired an Audient ACS8024 console from Audio Exchange International (AXI). For recording and mixing work out of the Harrisburg, PA studio, owner/engineer Jim Vanzino uses the Audient console with his Pro Tools HD2 Accel rig.
Pictured at Avalon, with the Audient ACS8024 console are (l-r): Jim VanZino and Jeff Meglio.”I wanted to upgrade my studio with top-of-the-line equipment, but I had to stay within my budget,” stated Vanzino. “AXI really came through by supplying me with one of the best console’s in the industry and most affordable, an Audient ACS8024. Since the installation of the Audient, we have tracked and mixed various artists. The sound is very clean and the features are amazing. The Audient has exceeded my expectations.”
AXI director of sales and marketing Chris Walsh commented, “One of the biggest misconceptions in today’s audio industry is that digital equipment is always best choice, where as with music recording consoles that is clearly not the case. We knew that the ACS8024 Audient was a great choice for Avalon Recording because of its high quality mixing performance and affordable price. The good blend of analog and digital equipment that will help Avalon become established as a first class facility.”
Avalon Recording recently joined forces with recording studio Cape Sound Productions forging a new high-tech facility that offers both studio tracking and a professional mobile recording system. Currently, Avalon is mixing projects for Nashville-natives, The Lost Dogs and local band Amy K. Other clients include Harrisburg-area gospel singers and rap artists.
Audio Exchange International, Inc.