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Prism Sound Enters the Matrix

Composers Vasco and Stuart Roslyn at London's Matrix Studios have chosen Prism Sound's Atlas USB audio interface for their respective recording rooms within the complex.
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Composers Vasco and Stuart Roslyn
Cambridge, UK (November 6, 2015)—Composers Vasco and Stuart Roslyn at London's Matrix Studios have chosen Prism Sound's Atlas USB audio interface for their respective recording rooms within the complex.

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Based in Parson's Green, Matrix Studios acts as a creative hub that provides office space and studio facilities to over 30 companies. Stuart Roslyn set up his studio at Matrix in 2008, while Vasco made it home for his production company, Daydream Music, in 2010. Prism Sound dealer Kazbar Systems supplied both units on the recommendation of Kazbar's director Gavin Miller.

Roslyn Roslyn first discovered Prism Sound audio interfaces when Pete Tong left his Titan interface in Roslyn's studio. Roslyn used it, and sorely missed it when Tong took the unit to his own studio in Los Angeles, leaving Roslyn with only his old sound card.

"I noticed a huge drop in quality so decided it was time to upgrade," he explains. "I had several big orchestral projects coming up and needed to make sure I was in the best possible situation to get the best results. I spoke to Gavin at Kazbar and we discussed options. We agreed that the Atlas was the best interface for me."

He adds, "When I installed the Atlas, I kept my other interface connected so I could A/B them. The difference is night and day. With Atlas, the high end is clear and present, and the bottom end is tight and defined.

Vasco was also introduced to Prism Sound audio interfaces by a friend, and after hearing one in action he was so impressed that he bought one for himself. "It was the clarity and depth of sound that really sold it to me," he says, "plus the fact that, in all honesty, it looks quite cool."

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