Miami, FL (June 7, 2012)—Noisematch Studios in the Miami Arts District has launched with a SSL Duality SE console in its recording studio control room.
The Duality has been installed in the control room, known as Noiselab, at the new, two-room recording facility. It is also wired to record live performances and events in a separate soundstage, called Noiseroom.
"I am very familiar with the SSL sound from the different experiences I had working in other studios over the years," says Alexander Campos, owner and CEO of Noisematch Studios. "A lot of musicians have studios in their homes with a Pro Tools or Logic rig, so we needed a console that was flexible enough to understand the workflow between the DAW and the analog world. Duality is that console."
The Noiselab studio space, designed by Horacio Malvicino, can accommodate groups as large as a 20-piece jazz ensemble. It has a grand piano nook, three large iso booths and adjustable acoustics. The Noiseroom soundstage/modular live event space is a 1,000 sq. ft. room featuring a stage, intelligent DMX lighting, backline, FOH and stage audio monitoring. It is equipped to provide real-time audio and video streaming of live events. Noiseroom is wired directly into the Duality patchbay so that audio from any events, videos or performances can be captured and mixed on the console.
Campos's plans for Noisematch's first year are focused on recording projects and in-house music production. "Since we invested in a ready-for-video infrastructure, the second year will focus on our Noisematch film division and record label, and Duality is at the heart of everything," said Campos.
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