Enfield, CT (May 17, 2005)–Studio45, a subsidiary of Connecticut based CharterOak Entertainment Group, has announced the re-opening of its Studio B, the centerpiece of which is a Trident Vector 432 and Digidesign Pro Tools HD System.
“After 13 years in the business, and constant Pro Tools rentals, we felt that in order to more efficiently meet the needs of our clients, it was time to build a room where a TDM system and a distinctive sounding analog console with tons of facilities were the centerpiece,” said producer and studio founder Michael Deming. “At sample rates up to 192 kHz, digitally recorded tracks can finally begin to stand up to tracks recorded with our custom mid ’70’s Peter Troisi console and MCI-JH24 and MCI-JH110C recorders. We treat every record produced here as a historically significant record. We will stop at nothing in order to realize what’s in the artist’s imagination and then some. Now we can offer a choice to our clients, particularly when it comes to speedy track editing, without further taxing the budget with rentals.”
The G5-based Pro Tools HD system is fully synced to Studio45’s 2″ 24 track machine. “This enables us to fly tracks back and forth from any room for seamless editing. Plug in your Firewire drive to mix on our system with our plugs, and our Trident Vector 432 console.”
The team of talent at Studio45 includes Deming who’s best known for his pop productions for groups such as Lilys, Pernice Brothers, Silver Jews, and the Beechwood Sparks, to name a few, and digital engineer, Keith Chirgwin. Chirgwin’s credits include Nine Innings From Ground Zero for HBO, They Made America for PBS, and The Curse of The Bambino for HBO.
For more information about the studio or CharterOak Entertainment Group, please contact Jennefer Wason at 860-698-9794 or email@example.com.