At EastWest (standing l-r): Vintage King west coast sales manager Jeffrey Ehrenberg, chief engineer and project manager Lawrence Malchose, studio manager Candace Stewart, producer/engineer Dave Reitzas, assistant studio manager Blake Rogers, and (seated l-r) producer/engineers Chris Lord-Alge and Eddie Kramer. Photo by David Goggin.
Hollywood, CA (April 16, 2014)—Vintage King Audio recently supplied a selection of new and old gear to EastWest Studios, whose reopened Studio 5 features a classic 64-channel SSL G+ console.
Main monitors are EastWest Custom Augspurger design in a control room remodeled by chief engineer and project manager Lawrence Ethan Malchose. "My goal with this room," Malchose explained, "was to create an environment that embraced the spirit of this building by implementing tried and true equipment choices, the SSL G+ and custom Augsberger mains for example, and dovetail that with the workflow and aesthetics expected in a new studio. The combination of new and vintage gear makes this room as good as it gets technically, and it's a really comfortable space to work in."
Additional gear provided by Vintage King Audio includes a pair of vintage dbx 160 VUs, GML 8200 2 Channel, 5 Band Parametric EQ, SPL Transient Designer 4, ADR Compex 760 by Q2, Chandler TG1, API 500 series rack loaded with various EQ, Bryston Amplification, and a headphone monitoring system by HEAR.
Vintage King's west coast sales manager Jeffrey Ehrenberg commented, "Chief engineer Lawrence Malchose came to Vintage King with a very specific equipment list they needed for their new mix room and we were honored to be involved in this significant project. We were able to find everything they wanted and deliver it on time and on budget."
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