Abe Seiferth and Danny Taylor at Transmitter Park with their new SSL XL-Desk.
Brooklyn, NY (July 14, 2015)—Transmitter Park Studio, headed by Abe Seiferth, Danny Taylor and Matthew Patterson Curry, has added an SSL XL-Desk in Studio A.
Transmitter Park specializes in the fusion of electronic and organic sounds. It features a large and eclectic collection of synthesizers and a sunlit live room, and offers vintage drums as well as guitars, amplifiers and microphones. Its new owners say the console broadens the studio’s sonic palette and advances their production methodologies. “The XL-Desk has improved the workflow, amplified the way we work and made the creation and mixing of music easier—which is what a good piece of gear should do,” says Taylor.
“I love how quickly you can get things done on the console,” adds Seiferth. “You’re able to audition different colors so quickly, without patching, and it’s just a more intuitive and tactile way to work. Being able to hear things better and audition things quicker saves time.”
“Engineers that typically work in-the-box,” Taylor says, “get frustrated when they have to spend time patching outboard equipment just to find out how something sounds. With the XL-Desk, they can instantly audition any mixture of equipment and sounds.”
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