Omega Chooses Prodigys Anima

Rockville, MD (April 24, 2009)--Omega Recording Studios has invested in Prodigy Engineering’s eight-channel remote controllable pre-amplification system, Anima.
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Omega engineers (l-r)
Shannon Follin, Scotty
O'Toole, Larry Ware II
and GM Dave Durr.
Rockville, MD (April 24, 2009)--Omega Recording Studios has invested in Prodigy Engineering’s eight-channel remote controllable pre-amplification system, Anima.

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“After hearing this piece, I knew this was the right match for Omega Recording Studios,” said Omega owner Edward Petersen. “Our mainstay is recording live musicians--orchestras, big bands, jazz greats. We need preamps that are clean and can capture the rich sound of great musicians playing fine musical instruments and using great microphones. The Anima gives us true rich sound along with cutting-edge technology. This is a winner!”

Anima is the result of over two years of original design work. The Anima preamplifier is an original OpAmp design with precision wound input and output transformers and relay stepped gain in 1dB increments. Additionally, the Anima features the ability to save settings internally along with easy integration options for Digidesign Pro Tools|HD and compatible control surfaces like the ICON.

Dave Durr, general manager, adds, “I have been excited for this piece! Great sounding analog circuitry in a digitally controlled environment--what’s not to love! Open top end, firm lows and a silky midrange make this a powerful unit in our outboard mic pre collection.”

Omega Recording Studios
www.omegastudios.com.

Prodigy Engineering
www.prodigy-eng.com