Jungle Group swamped by Fairlight EVO kit

Post-production studio has acquired twelve Fairlight mixing systems to be installed across its three facilities in Soho, writes Erica Basnicki.
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London-based post-production facility The Jungle Group has announced its investment in 12 Fairlight EVO mixing consoles, as part of a studio refurbishment programme across its trio of Soho sites. Azule Finance worked with the post house to arrange the acquisitions. The Jungle Group decided on Fairlight’s EVO system for a number of reasons. A spokesperson for the group told PSNE: “The tailored footprint of the console layout plus the available and ever-expanding option list, the speed and reliability of the R&D development, the attitude of the company towards customer input as well as the existing feature set. The system also represents a true evolution of the original Fairlight MFX DAWs on which Jungle has based its success over the last 18 years in audio post-production.” As previously reported by PSNE, the Fairlight EVO is a small surface footprint/large format digital mixing system. Described as a fully self-contained audio production system for video, film and music, the EVO system is said to deliver "high-end console power with cutting-edge affordability." www.thejunglegroup.co.ukwww.fairlightau.comwww.azule.co.uk

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