Solid State Logic rolled to the CRAS recently with their brand new broadcast truck, and followed up two weeks later with a visit from their desktop audio team. Product specialist William Maynard and regional sales rep Brian Krawcykowski from SSL showed CRAS students and staff their slick Nucleus desktop console and talked about desktop workflow. The Conservatory is no stranger to SSL gear and has two SSL 4000 consoles in its A Studios at the Tempe and Gilbert locations. Students have the opportunity to work in these rooms during their 10th Cycle projects and also in classes during Cycles 6 thru 10.
See all the photos from the Nucleus event here.