SSL is live at Leeds for November events

Following an initial event this past Saturday (5 November), SSL will shortly present two further free sessions at Production Room, Leeds, to showcase its latest music production tools.
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Following an initial event this past Saturday (5 November), SSL will shortly present two further free sessions at Production Room, Leeds, to showcase its latest music production tools.

The next event, on 17 November, is an SSL Studio Workshop devised specifically for students and education facilities. Mix engineer Gary Bromham (Sheryl Crow, Bjork) will conduct hands-on demos of SSL products, including Nucleus, X-Rack, X-Desk and Duende Native plug-ins. Then, in an evening seminar, he will talk about SSL mixing techniques and reflect on SSL history and product development.

The remaining event, on 24 November, will take the form of an afternoon and evening of personal appointments with SSL’s Jim Motley for pro-audio professionals and broadcast customers. The focus will be on SSL’s MADI-equipped XLogic I/O products and the Matrix/X-Rack hybrid mixing solution, although customers will be able to specify which products they would like to see.

At each event there will be an opportunity to win a visit to Solid State Logic’s headquarters in Oxford, featuring a tour of their factory, development facilities and studios. The visit includes hotel accommodation in Oxford.

To register an interest in one or more of the events, please visit www.soundtech.co.uk/events/ssl-production-room.

www.solidstatelogic.com

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