Odds On Recording Installs New Ocean Way Monitors

Henderson, NV (March 5, 2007)--Odds On Recording has fine-tuned its studio sound through the purchase of Ocean Way Monitor Systems, designed by music veteran Allen Sides of Ocean Way Recording. The Las Vegas-based turnkey recording and CD/DVD replication company outfitted its expanded studio with a three-way, high resolution, large OWA415T monitor system comprised of twin 18 and 15 and high frequency horns.
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Henderson, NV (March 5, 2007)--Odds On Recording has fine-tuned its studio sound through the purchase of Ocean Way Monitor Systems, designed by music veteran Allen Sides of Ocean Way Recording. The Las Vegas-based turnkey recording and CD/DVD replication company outfitted its expanded studio with a three-way, high resolution, large OWA415T monitor system comprised of twin 18 and 15 and high frequency horns.
Odds On president Tom Parham with the new Ocean Way Monitoring systemThe install was specifically tailored according to Odds On's unique studio acoustical composition and SSL 9000K console.

Sides, who has built and installed monitor systems for such film greats as George Lucas, as well as several top artists including Michael Jackson, Dr. Dre, Dave Grohl and Beck, said, "The term, 'one size fits all,' does not apply to the recording business because every studio is built differently," explained Sides. "We offer our systems in various sizes to suit the needs of each given studio and mixing console, allowing the monitors to work within the confines of the space rather than forcing the room to work around the speakers. The system at Odds On Recording is custom-designed for its particular space, which will provide musicians greater accuracy, performance and productivity for recording, mixing and playbacks."

Odds On president Tom Parham says the monitors have already won rave reviews. "The sound of Allen's full range system is staggering; my mixes translate flawlessly to the outside world. Its quality has been noticed by our staff and clients."

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