TL Audio in liquidation

BREAKING NEWS: TL Audio, the Hertfordshire-based developer of valve outboard and mixing consoles for the recording studio, has gone into liquidation, writes Dave Robinson.
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BREAKING NEWS: TL Audio, the Hertfordshire-based developer of valve outboard and mixing consoles for the recording studio, has gone into liquidation.

Notice of the 21-year-old company’s insolvency was published by the London Gazette on 25 January, following a filing on 19 January.

A meeting of creditors of will be held at 2 Mountview Court, 310 Friern Barnet Lane, Whetstone, London, N20 0YZ, on 13 February 2012, at noon. Harris Lipman LLP has been appointed liquidator.

Tony Larking began producing his own audio devices in 1990 following a period spent restoring and re-selling vintage recording consoles. Popular lines from the company have included the Classic, Ebony and Ivory series of EQs, compressors and processors, the Fatboy preset compressors, the M4 Tube Console and the acclaimed VTC analogue mixer.

Sources suggest problems with production led to the company being forced to cease trading. However, the brand remains intact and will return with new products and designs later in 2012. At time of writing, PSNE was awaiting further word from Tony Larking.

For more information on the insolvency, contact mail@harris-lipman.co.uk

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