Archive for November 11th, 2009
Daytona State College Chooses Solid State Logic Duality as Centerpiece for New Music Production Technology Program
Duality Controls Multiple DAW Platforms While Providing Real-World ExperienceÂ
DAYTONA BEACH, FL â€“ The Daytona State College Mike Curb College of Art, Music and Science features a 48-channel Solid State Logic Duality console for its new music production technology program. Duality was chosen because itâ€™s an excellent teaching tool that demonstrates how music is made in todayâ€™s recording environment through SSLâ€™s signature SuperAnalogueâ„¢ sound and signal path with simultaneous control of two DAW software platforms from the console surface. Classes officially begin in January, 2010.
Â â€œWe assembled a team of experts to examine what console would work best for our new recording arts program and the decision was unanimous for the SSL Duality,â€? says Jake Niceley, instructor of music production technology in the school of music entertainment and art at Daytona State College. â€œWe are teaching the craft of sound recording and, more