Press Releases

TransAudio Group Supports NERF – Big Time!

LAS VEGAS, NEVADA – JUNE 2009: In what has become a much-anticipated industry mainstay of hobnobbing, shenanigans, and sun-drenched good times, the Nashville Engineer Relief Fund (NERF) hosted the 12th annual AudioMasters Benefit Golf Tournament on May 21 and 22 at the Harpeth Hills Golf Course. In excess of 200 audio professionals showed up to… Read more »

Greg Ladanyi Leaps Ahead With ATC Monitors

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA – APRIL 2009: Producer and engineer Greg Ladanyi, well-known for his work with Jackson Browne, Fleetwood Mac, Don Henley and Toto, has installed a pair of ATC (Acoustic Transducer Company) SCM50ASL Pro active three-way monitors in his studio at Maple Jam Music Group. The one-room facility focuses on pre-production, tracking and mixing… Read more »

Curt Bisquera Drums Up Some “Super-deliciousness” With A-Designs

LOS ANGELES — Having performed on recordings and/or tours for Elton John, Mick Jagger, Celine Dion, Tom Petty, Johnny Cash, Ricky Martin, Tina Turner, Bonnie Raitt and many, many others, it’s almost conceivable to think that the list of top artists that first-call session drummer Curt Bisquera hasn’t worked with is shorter that the one… Read more »

Video Sound Services Limited Choose SoundField

Wakefield, UK, March 2009: Event audio consultants Video Sound Services Limited (VSSL) have invested in SoundField’s DSF-2 and DSF-3 digital microphone and 5.1 digital surround-sound processor. Based in Kent, VSSL have for several years been advocates of the innovative SoundField approach to creating 5.1 surround-sound for HD broadcast. As a result of VSSL’s advice, several… Read more »

Drummers Do Daking

Jazz-fusion drummer/composer/producer Dave Weckl equipped his L.A. studio with thirteen channels of Daking mic preamps and a pair of compressors, and find them perfect for “tracks by mail” for artists worldwide. LAS VEGAS, NEVADA – MARCH 2009: Geoffrey Daking started his career as the drummer with seminal ’60s psychedelic rock band the Blues Magoos before… Read more »

Tube-Tech Gear Chosen For Prestigious Recording Arts Studio

CHULA VISTA, CALIFORNIA MARCH 2009: Southwestern College, located between San Diego and the international border with Mexico, recently unveiled a brand new recording arts studio as part of its commercial music program. Costing $6.5 million, the two-building complex is one of the most technically-advanced media facilities in the nation’s community college system, and features a… Read more »

ATC Monitors Deliver True Sound

At the 51st Annual Grammy Awards held at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, multi-talented producer/engineer Fred Vogler won Grammys for Kurt Weill’s “Rise and Fall of the City of Mahagonny” in the Best Classical Album and Best Opera Recording categories using ATC SCM50As and an ATC 5.1 system for monitoring. Photo courtesy Getty Images… Read more »

Only The ATC Best For Hollywood’s EastWest

Newly-opened in Hollywood, the stunning East/West Studio’s the three principal control rooms are outfitted with soffit-mounted equally-stunning ATC (Acoustic Transducer Company) SCM300ASL reference monitors with a pair ATC SCM150ASL monitors at the ready for near field mixing. ONLY THE ATC BEST FOR HOLLYWOOD’S EASTWEST HOLLYWOOD, CALIFORNIA: Doug Rogers, founder of the EastWest software instrument company,… Read more »

ATC Loudspeakers Chosen for T Bone Burnett’s Electro Magnetic Studios

Engineer/Mixer Mike Piersante recommended ATC SCM150ASL Pros for T Bone Burnett’s Electro Magnetic Studio. BRENTWOOD, CALIFORNIA – FEBRUARY 2009: Several months ago, Grammy-winning producer, Oscar-nominated songwriter, touring musician and studio wizard T Bone Burnett began soliciting recommendations for replacement speakers for the control room of his Electro Magnetic Studios. According to the producer’s longtime engineer/mixer,… Read more »