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Audient console chosen for new Kerala studio

Audient console chosen for new Kerala studio

Audient console chosen for new Kerala studio

India:

Music producer and composer Varun Krrishna has installed an Audient ASP8024 Heritage Edition console into his new Mondosonic Studios in Kerala.

“This console is the best decision I’ve made in my career,” said Krrishna, who puts the decision down to his experience in London where he studied advanced music production and fell in love with what he calls “the British sound” back in 2014. “I used to go to many studios while I was studying,” he continued. “I found out that even though there is a digital revolution going on, the analogue domain still has that sound that is missing in plugins. As I use very coloured analogue outboard, I wanted a clean, yet punchy sounding console with great routing options.”

Krrishna ordered a 36-channel ASP8024-HE with 36 channels, patchbay and DLC, supplied by Tanseer at The Inventory, for his new studio after hearing it at a demo at The Bridge Studios, London. “I had a great time exploring the features; the sound was huge, wide and smooth,” he said. “These preamps are phenomenal. I have many outboard preamps with different colours, but I’m more fond of using the console’s built-in preamps. Activating the built-in Retro-Iron, the subtle harmonics take my mixes to another level. I am also really blown away by the low noise floor of the console.”

Krrishna is using the desk’s in-line architecture to start mixing while he’s tracking to give an idea of how it will end up in the final stages of production, and the Dual Layer Control (DLC) is another of his go-to features. “I can switch between the DAW control and analogue automation so easily and I can patch anything into the DLC.”

Currently developing an in-house record label and getting some productions ready to release, Krrishna is optimisic about the future of Mondosonic Studios.

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