07.27.2007 12:00 AM
Editworks Installs Solid State Logic C300 HD for 5.1 Audio
U.K. post-production house Editworks has installed a C300 Master Studio System from Solid State Logic.

Editworks, which specializes in high-end programs for the BBC, ITV and Channel 4, chose the C300 to accommodate a sharp increase in 5.1-channel post-production work as high-definition television proliferates, said dubbing mixer Adrian Smith.

"The future growth in television audio post-production will be a steady increase in 5.1 material," said Smith, who was impressed by the console's software and hardware. "By using a custom HUI configuration, the C300 can control a workstation's mixer, plug-ins and editing functions. It is a beautifully made desk, sounds fantastic and, with V.2 software, it is the console for the next generation of TV sound post-production."


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