Kingsize Soundlabs owners Harry (left) and David Trumfio with an Avastor HDX FireWire hard drivePeachtree City, GA (February 28, 2008)--Situated in the artistic community of Silverlake in Los Angeles, Kingsize Soundlabs offers a recording environment with an array of vintage and modern technology appealing to the alternative music scene. With high-profile alternative clients including Jesus and Mary Chain and Australian band the Vines, owners Harry and David Trumfio have selected Avastor HDX FireWire hard drives for sessions that track directly to drives or require back up.
"I like the robust, compact construction," says Harry Trumfio, Kingsize Soundlabs owner and studio manager. "Our clients from the UK have benefited from having their masters on the Avastors because the internal auto sensing power supply works perfectly in other countries."
Kingsize's list of international clients have also included Built To Spill and the Sleepy Jackson's remix of Yoko Ono's "Moving On."
Vintage Mellotron keyboards are available to clients, as well as custom-modified Neve and Trident consoles, analog recorders and fully loaded Digidesign Pro Tools|HD3 rigs. Owners Harry and David Trumfio's aim has been to provide a comfortable and well-equipped workspace for their clients with everything they need from outboard processors to instruments--all in an environment that offers a positive vibe.
Burbank-based RDS (Recording Data Service), one of Avastor's major Los Angeles distributors, supplies Avastor hard drives to Kingsize.