Soundcraft Goes Dutch

Dutch sound engineer Bart Schulz set up his own company, BSAmedia, at the beginning of this year to handle broadcast, recording and live sound applications.
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Utrecht, The Netherlands (June 3, 2013)—Dutch sound engineer Bart Schulz set up his own company, BSAmedia, at the beginning of this year to handle broadcast, recording and live sound applications.

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Central to that effort is a Harman Soundcraft Vi1 digital console he purchased. "I can use this as a stand-alone unit for live sound, or combine the Vi1 with a 19-inch recording module for remote recording and music production," said Schulz. "Alternately, I can connect the Vi1 and stage box with a set of 19-inch broadcast modules to do live broadcasts on location. It is perfect for the market niches that BSAmedia wishes to cater to."

Schulz has used Soundcraft consoles throughout his sound engineering career, and being active in broadcast is also very familiar with Studer. "The fact that the Vi1 is combining key elements of both brands made it BSAmedia's ideal desk, suitable for all our activities."

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