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Tom Misner installs largest VTC console yet


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Tom Misner, founder of the globally successful SAE Technology Schools, has recently taken delivery of the first 56 channel TL Audio VTC C console for his new recording facility in Byron Bay, Australia - the latest addition to Misner's expanding 301 Studios Group, which already has commercial studios in Sydney, Cologne and Stockholm.
Located 1 hour north of Sydney, Byron Bay is the most easterly point in Australia, and the 2 studio complex is located against an idyllic backdrop of beaches, forests, waterfalls and rolling hills. Studio Two has been christened `The Valve Room', and it's here that the P & G equipped 56 channel VTC has been installed, making it the largest version of the console to be shipped to date.
"Working with ProTools HD and then mixing it on the valve console is the magic combination. The first three albums I've produced on it sounded great, and the musicians loved it." said Misner.
Speaking on behalf of TL Audio, Managing Director Tony Larking commented: "Tom's SAE Schools have been enthusiastic users of TL Audio products for a few years now, so we were delighted when Tom invested in a VTC. It seems that large format VTCs are becoming in-demand items right now, with EMI Publishing having just installed a 48 channel console in London (their second VTC), and with other 48 & 56 channel boards currently in production destined for customers in Austria, Spain and the UK."
Tom Misner behind his VTC 56 channel console
02/2003 Pro-Music-News

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