Miami, FL (January 30, 2014)—Grammy Award-winning producer and DJ Supa Dups has added a Prism Sound Titan USB interface to his studio set up, which already features a Sound Lyra 2 audio interface.
“Prism Sound is the Rolls-Royce of converters and there’s nothing else that sounds like it,” says Supa Dups, who is a member of Black Chiney Sound System, a nod to his Chinese-Jamaican heritage. Supa Dups, who began DJ-ing at the age of 11 and producing at 16, has worked with Eminem (one track on the Grammy Award-winning Recovery), Mary J Blige, John Legend and Bruno Mars. He spends a lot of time working out of Circle House studios in Miami.
“I haven’t had a lot of time to play with Titan yet, but I keep having excellent experiences with Lyra,” he says. “The other day, I was working with a band and plugged the guitar and bass into it at the same time and used it right there on the spot. It sounded excellent. We finished everything on it, even the demo vocal. Basically it has become the centerpiece of the studio. Everything about it is awesome.”
Having recently finished a live reggae album, he is looking forward to working with his new Titan and his Lyra 2. “There is a lot more to explore with them,” he says. “I’ve used the Lyra 2 for hours and hours and technically I’m not sure I’ve broken the back of it yet. There’s still a lot to learn and play with, but it always sounds awesome.”