PatchWerk Installs SSL Duality

Atlanta, GA (May 25, 2007)--PatchWerk Recording Studios, a recording facility owned by 15-year NFL veteran Bob Whitfield, recently installed a new SSL Duality console. The 48-channel Duality is PatchWerk's second SSL console: Studio 9000 features the SSL 9000 J Series console.
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Atlanta, GA (May 25, 2007)--PatchWerk Recording Studios, a recording facility owned by 15-year NFL veteran Bob Whitfield, recently installed a new SSL Duality console. The 48-channel Duality is PatchWerk's second SSL console: Studio 9000 features the SSL 9000 J Series console.

"We always try to be a leader in the industry," said PatchWerk Recording Studios COO Curtis Daniel. "We didn't want to ease into the water; we wanted to make a big splash by bringing this console to Atlanta and teaming it with our SSL 9000 J studio. Duality will make a huge impression and set us apart from all the other Atlanta studios for years to come."

Clients in PatchWerk's two studios primarily work in the DAW realm, Daniel noted. "But our engineers still mix on consoles," he said. "Even if it's on a DAW, they spread the mix out over the board and really use the console."

Daniel also described, "We know what we're getting from SSL. We don't want to roll the dice on another console & have to try to convince our clients to use such & such console. SSL consoles are the industry standard period; having two great SSL consoles will put us one step closer to reaching our goal of being the premiere recording studio in the southeast."

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