Rosser Remixes in The Box

Mixer, remixer and producer Scott Rosser has outfitted his home studio with a new API Box console, purchased from Source Distribution, in preparation for finding a new space.
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London, UK (November 18, 2014)—Mixer, remixer and producer Scott Rosser has outfitted his home studio with a new API Box console, purchased from Source Distribution, in preparation for finding a new space.

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Rosser, who has remixed the likes of Rihanna, Lady Gaga, and Mariah Carey, has been working from the spare room in his home for almost two years now. Although he reportedly wants to return to a permanent studio, he knew he needed the right gear before finding a new space. “The Box had everything I was looking for in one unit whereas the other options I was considering were all separate pieces. My small workspace made having everything to hand on one desk appealing,” he says.

Feeling all dance music was starting to sound alike, Rosser knew he could solve the problem with analog recording equipment. “I wanted to apply a new approach which would help my mixes stand out amongst the competition. I noticed a press release for API’s new project console, and the Box caught my attention immediately. I’ve only scratched the surface with mine, and it’s already made a big difference to my work.”

He continues, “I’m putting some time aside in the new year to move to a purpose-built studio. I’m sure there’ll be other API units added soon. The 2500 compressor especially looks good…I know The Box is going to serve me well for years. The build quality is excellent, it’s versatile, and I can now expand the rest of my system around it.”

Since April, Rosser’s Box has been used to mix an album by Fuse ODG, singles for Lethal Bizzle and Stylo G, and official remixes for Cheryl Cole, Ellie Goulding, Nicole Scherzinger, Olly Murs, and the boy band Rixton.

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