Atlanta, GA (November 9, 2005)–The Dozier Center, a new performing arts center on the outskirts of Atlanta, will soon take delivery of two SSL C200 digital production consoles. The C200 consoles will join the facility’s existing XL 9080 K series console.
Pictured at SSL’s booth during last month’s AES Convention in NYC, at the C200 console are (l-r): Phil Wagner, SSL U.S. president; James Matchack, Dozier Center’s director; James Majors, Dozier Center’ chief engineer; and Don Wershba, SSL VP of East Coast sales. Photo by David GogginNews of the sale was announced at last month’s AES Convention in New York. The 85,000 square foot Dozier Center boasts an 1800 square foot recording studio featuring the XL 9080 K Series console and a 300 square foot mix room featuring a C232. Also housed in the Dozier Center is a 700-seat 5.1 concert hall/theater with a FOH C224 fully recallable console that will be used for live, mix to picture and film.
Additionally, the complex contains approximately 23,000 square feet of rehearsal rooms, a full choral chamber and orchestral room, and over 3,000 square feet of jazz, tap and ballet studios. It is scheduled to open April 1, 2006.
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