Bethlehem, PA (December 6, 2006)–StarCity Recording Company has expanded the flexibility and versatility of its recording studio with the recent acquisition of an ATR 104 1/2″ recorder. The ATR 104 is an advanced audio recorder designed specifically for multi-track analog recording applications that will be used as a mix-down machine on StarCity’s high-end projects.
Pictured at StarCity Recording Company is (left) Mike Spitz, president of ATR Magnetic and Jeff Glixman, executive vice president of StarCity, with the newly acquired ATR 104 Recorder.The ATR 104 enables users to mix-down to analog rather than to digital, while it can also be used to transfer original analog tracks into high-resolution digital. After extensive research, Jeff Glixman, executive vice president of StarCity, was convinced that the ATR 104 was the ideal solution for the facility. “Having the ATR 104 at StarCity is an absolute must,” Glixman stated. “The sound is incredible and with the diversity of projects typically in our studio, having the capabilities to record and mix in analog is essential. When recording a track focusing on natural sound–I feel analog is the best way to go and the ATR 104 captures sound at its purest.”
Impressed with its performance, Glixman recently used the ATR 104 on the Tyrone Vaughan Band project, a four-piece, hard-playing rock ‘n’ roll band from Austin, Texas. The band’s 12-track CD was both recorded and mixed in analog at StarCity with Glixman producing and engineering the release
For more information on StarCity Recording Company call 610-865-9455 or visit www.starcityrecording.com.