New York, NY (May 20, 2014)—Globally itinerant musician and producer Will Holland, aka Quantic, has installed Prism Sound's Titan USB multi-track audio interface at his New York studio.
Holland is currently setting up his latest studio in New York after spells on the UK's south coast in Brighton and seven years in Bogota, Columbia. He has used Prism Sound converters in various mastering sessions before, but this is the first time it has appeared in his own studio set up.
"What really appealed to me was the software management and the fact that all of the mic and input pres were software controllable," says Holland. "This makes the unit very attractive to travel with because it is so quick and easy to set up. I find everything works instantly and the setup is quick and without glitches or tech issues. In my studio, space is also important, so the fact that Titan comes in a 1U package is very important."
Holland started his career in instrumental hip-hop and electronic music before expanding into producing soul, jazz and Latin music. His most recent large-scale recording and music production was for a group called Ondatropica, a collaboration with Mario Galeano, a fellow musician and arranger from Bogota. The initial album was recorded in Medellin at the legendary Colombian studio Discos Fuentes and has since been toured for two years. He also has his fifth solo record, Magnetica, about to be released on the Tru Thoughts label and is currently touring with various European gigs scheduled during May.
"I believe the Titan will add a new dimension to my work," he says. "I mixed a song with it last night and the whole mixdown process was infinitely easier than normal. The clarity in sound was excellent. It made the whole process much easier and quicker. I'm very satisfied with my Titan and am now looking forward to trying it out in some live sessions."