Monterrey, Mexico (November 13, 2016)—Malvicino Design Group recently completed planning and integration of six new recording studios at Mexico’s Monterrey Institute of Technology and Higher Education, utilizing Sommer Cable’s new MC-Mistral analog/digital combo cable throughout.
Dr. Francisco Javier Ortiz Cerecedo, director of the recording program and the studio complex, commented, “We recently finished the project for the new recording facilities at Tecnológico de Monterrey and already have had the opportunity to record and produce a variety of musical genres, from classical performances to indigenous music. Thanks to Horacio Malvicino, our studios are worldclass and are the best and biggest in the university system in Mexico. Many artists, producers and recording engineers have come by and all of them agree that our educational facilities are more advanced than many commercial studios.”
The Monterrey Institute of Technology and Higher Education is a private multi-campus university based in Monterrey, Mexico. Founded in 1943, the school has since grown to include 31 campuses in 25 cities throughout the country.
The Malvicino Design Group specializes in recording studio architecture, custom acoustics and manufacturing of audio products. It has wired, integrated and commissioned more than 500 studios over the years. Horacio Malvicino, who holds a degree in Electrical Engineering, decided to use the Sommer MC-Mistral analog/digital combo cable for the Monterrey project.
Malvicino emphasizes the service aspect of Sommer Cable. “Their dedication to the client is thorough and everything’s easy to order online. We’re sourcing everything from them, including connectors. We also started using Sommer to produce all our microphone, tie-line, and interface panels. The quality craftsmanship is brilliant.”
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