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Kingston University’s Visconti Studios Installs Audient Heritage Console

Kingston University's Visconti Studios Installs Audient Heritage Console

Kingston University’s Visconti Studios Installs Audient Heritage Console

Kingston University’s Visconti Studio has installed an Audient ASP8024 Heritage Edition, just in time for the 2017 Winter School led by MPG and Grammy-Award Winning Tony Visconti himself, which takes place this week.

The brand new bespoke studio at the University’s Kingston Hill campus opened in September last year, and is part of a large-scale research and teaching project in partnership with the British Library and the Science Museum, called “The Heritage and Future of Analogue Recording and Production”. This involves the influential producer not only lending his name but also his expertise, working with students and staff of Kingston University – as well as invited artists – to produce records.

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View below to find out more about the ASP8024 Heritage Edition.