Aberdeen, SD (September 29, 2004)–A new recording facility, Aberdeen Recording Studios, has opened for business, offering a high-end recording environment in the relaxed and comfortable atmosphere of small-town Midwestern America.
Aberdeen COO Mark Remily has provided the creative vision that has fueled this project since its inception two years ago. Creative director Chris Park’s partnership with Remily has proven to be the energy source needed to carry it through to completion.
“We wanted to offer musicians in our area a recording opportunity they might not otherwise have,” said Remily. “We ended up with a great recording destination for musicians from all over the globe.”
As of this month, Aberdeen Recording Studios joins the very exclusive family of Neve 88R owners. The studio owes this remarkable coup to chief engineer, Tim Andersen, a veteran of top recording studios in Los Angeles, and an Aberdeen native. Andersen knew that when he found the new Neve 88R, he had the means to put Aberdeen on the industry’s map, and quickly moved to equip the studio with similarly pedigreed gear.
“After mixing records in the finest studios Los Angeles had to offer, I will say that this place rocks,” Andersen said. The Neve 88R has built-in 5.1 mixing capability, required by film sound engineers, as well as those mixing Super Audio surround sound for home systems. Aberdeen Recording Studio’s console will have the first Neve 5.1 on-board compressors.
Look for this new business at Booth #1333 at the AES International Convention in San Francisco in October.
Aberdeen Recording Studios
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