Los Angeles, CA (February 22, 2013)—Rupert Neve recently visited Vintage King Audio’s new L.A. facility to make an appearance on a special on-location edition of the Pensado’s Place web show.
On hand to meet Neve were engineers Geoff Emerick and Lenise Bent, as well as Vintage King’s Tom Menrath, Shevy Shovlin, Erika Earl and dozens of enthusiasts who utilize Neve gear in their daily work. Rupert Neve Designs recently earned two TEC Awards at the NAMM Show for both the Portico II: Master Buss Processor and the 5059 Satellite 16_2+2 Summing Mixer, as well as a ProSoundNetwork.com Best of Show award for one of the newly-announced 500-series pieces, the 542 Tape Emulator with Texture.
Mr. Neve says about his company, “We are dedicated to harnessing the hidden powers of human creativity in electronics, magnetism and sound to enable music to encompass the Earth with harmony and joy.”
Mixing engineer Dave Pensado talks about all things music and audio in his weekly show, Pensado’s Place. The show includes interviews with music industry artists, engineers, producers, mixers and record executives, as well as in-depth tutorials in engineering and mixing.
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