SSL at The Royal Birmingham Conservatoire - Part 1





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Published on Sep 21, 2018

Part 1: The new £57 million Royal Birmingham Conservatoire building has officially opened its doors. It's a milestone development that elevates the Conservatoire facilities to world-class status and includes a recording and live sound production infrastructure without compromise, and with SSL very much at its heart. The new equipment list includes four SSL Live consoles and five SSL SuperAnalogue consoles, all connected with a facility-wide Dante network.

In Part 1 we find out about the development of the Conservatoire itself, the technology choices, and what that means for music and music technology education in the UK.

The video features interview footage with Julian Lloyd Webber (Principal), Dr Simon Hall (He Head of Music Technology), Richard Cornock (Music Technologies Manager & New Build Integration Manager), and Matthew O'Malley (Studio Manager & Technical Development Manager).


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