Stage Tec’s Arnie Toshner, Rose Lane president Sjoerd ‘Sjoko’ Koppert and Rose Lane staff engineer Julian Messina.
Carpinteria, CA (October 28, 2014)—Central to operations at Rose Lane Studio, a one-stop-shop for AV post production services on California’s central coast, in an Aurus digital console and Nexus router from Salzbrenner Stage Tec Mediagroup.
Rose Lane Studio encompasses a full-service recording studio, record company, editing suites, soundstage with a two-corner cyclorama for TV, ﬁlm, and video projects, as well as a location company. According to Sjoerd ‘Sjoko’ Koppert, Rose Lane Studio’s producer and engineer and the president and CEO of the company, “Eleven years ago, I bought my ﬁrst Nexus and, in these 11 years, the Stage Tec equipment never needed service. Its performance and reliability have been excellent. The Nexus and the Nexus Star routers gave me the inspiration to formulate my plans for Rose Lane and create a production environment where all data, be it audio or video, is routed via ﬁber—without latency, clocking, or any other issues.”
He continued, “I am an audio engineer ﬁrst and foremost. To me, that means there is one overriding factor: sound quality. I have been fortunate—and am old enough—to have worked on the best analog equipment. Stage Tec makes the only equipment that not only equals, but surpasses the best analog gear. Everything is right where it needs to be. We’ve been working with our new Aurus for over two months now and, every day, it blows us away.
Salzbrenner Stage Tec Mediagroup