Exeter high street will be home to a professional recording studio, Studio 54, and Academy of Music and Sound’s new Higher Education building officially opening on 22nd February with live performances from Sound of the Sirens and Pattern Pusher.
Studio 54 has not one, but two control rooms patched into the acoustically treated live room. It’s kitted out with an Audient ASP4816 analogue console designed by the legendary designer David Dearden, Focusrite Clarett 8 Pre X linked with Scarlett Octo Pre, Joe Meek VC1, Drawmer DL 241 Drawmer DS 201 – Giving 16 channels of superfast A/D D/A conversion allowing for professional tracking and mix downs.
Students at the music college and university, Academy of Music and Sound, will be lucky enough to work alongside and in Studio 54, as their new Higher Education building and production suite with 13 Logic and Pro Tools licenced Macs, directly integrated with the state-of-the-art studio.
To celebrate the studio opening, there will be a launch on Thursday 22nd February. Live performances from acoustic folk duo Sound of the Sirens and promising electronic rockers Pattern Pusher. As if the night couldn’t get any better, it will be host to an exclusive launch for Pattern Pusher’s new single – Lose Myself.
If you can’t make the opening, you can always pop along to an open day at the Academy of Music and Sound, Exeter for a sneaky look around.
Studio 54 can be found on at 54 High Street, Exeter EX4 3DJ – Across the road from Dr.Martens. For more information on Studio 54 or the Academy of Music and Sound on 01392 253 470 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Pattern Pusher – www.patternpusher.com
Sound of the Sirens- www.soundofthesirens.net
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