Audient Nero In Control At Miloco Builds Huckvale Studio

Musician and composer, Andy Huckvale is very pleased with the desktop monitor controller, Nero which resides in his new studio, designed and installed by Miloco Builds. Audient released Nero just a couple of weeks before his home studio was finished; a stroke of luck for Andy, as up until then “there wasn’t one on the […]

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Church Converted To Holy Rock Studios

Musician, engineer and producer, Oliver Kenny chose a 36-channel ASP8024 Heritage Edition desk to be the centrepiece for an unusually styled studio he has built in a deconsecrated church. Hands-on every step of the way from choosing and bidding on the building at auction, spending months on the overall design, overseeing the acoustic setup and […]

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Creating Sound for Sega Published Two Point Hospital

Co-owners of Cedar Studios, Tom Puttick and Phil French (pictured below) – with the help of their Audient ASP880 eight channel mic pre – were responsible for the sound design for Two Point Hospital, the simulation game created by Two Point Studios and published by SEGA, which was released this autumn. “Anything you hear has […]

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Audient iD14’s London Stage Debut: Sound Design at the Barbican

This month sees one of Audient’s USB audio interfaces, iD14-LE take to the stage in the capable hands of theatre sound designer, Kenan Trevien who is working on Pericles, Prince de Tyr at the Barbican. This Cheek By Jowl production is an adaptation of a rarely seen Shakespeare play directed by award-winning Declan Donnellan in […]

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University of the West of Scotland Celebrates Arrival of ASP8024-HE

It’s not often you see public displays of affection directed at pro audio gear, so Audient was particularly keen to chat with the Music Technology team, Rab McQueen, Robert Goldie & Colin Grassie at the University of the West of Scotland(UWS), when we saw how excited they were at the arrival of their Audient desk. […]

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