Metal Band Capitalizes On Turn-Key Service At Odds On Recording

Las Vegas, NV (November 9, 2006)--Members of the Las Vegas-based metal band Torture Unit recently took advantage of the comprehensive services offered by recording and CD/DVD manufacturing facility, Odds On Recording. The band used Odds On's studio, outfitted with an SSL XL 9000K Series SuperAnalogue console, to churn out a three-song demo.
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Las Vegas, NV (November 9, 2006)--Members of the Las Vegas-based metal band Torture Unit recently took advantage of the comprehensive services offered by recording and CD/DVD manufacturing facility, Odds On Recording. The band used Odds On's studio, outfitted with an SSL XL 9000K Series SuperAnalogue console, to churn out a three-song demo.
Members of the Las Vegas-based metal band Torture Unit cut a three-song demo at Odds On Recording. Pictured at Odds On are: (l-r) Odds On Recording president Tom Parham, Torture Unit guitarist and back-up vocalist Tim Dever, recording/mix engineer Bob Ferrari and Torture Unit vocalist Mike Hussey. Torture Unit drummer Joe Latino is not pictured."There is absolutely nothing left to desire with our CD sound quality," said Tim Dever, Torture Unit, guitarist and back-up vocalist. "When you hear our three songs, they sound like cuts off a high-production album. When targeting music executives and record labels, you have one shot to have your music heard and you don't want your chance hindered by poor sound quality and presentation. Odds On Recording's complete service offers up-and-coming bands like ours a greater opportunity to receive the recognition we are looking for."

As a local group looking to take the music circuit by storm, Torture Unit found a wealth of information in the complimentary counsel it received from Odds On Recording's professional team. Dever said, "Odds On Recording has a highly skilled staff that has been around the block and is extremely knowledgeable in the music industry. It was a privilege to have an opportunity to work with such music veterans as Tom Parham and Bobby Ferrari, who both enthusiastically shared their expertise and guidance."

Dever added, "Upon first employing Odds On Recording's services, we had not given much thought about manufacturing, keeping our initial focus on the task at hand--producing a polished, high-quality demo. After receiving a tour of the facility and learning about Odds On's ability to fulfill all recording needs, we jumped at the chance to take advantage of this great convenience. Whether it was the early stages of recording, the conceptual CD inlay design and production, or the final stages in which the CDs were neatly inserted into jewel cases, the process proved seamless, with each phase effortlessly working in tandem with one another. Odds On's unique one-stop-shop capability is a great stress reliever, sparing the headaches of having to research and hire multiple vendors, and subsequently preserving cohesiveness and creative control."

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