Try Out TL Audio Products In Your Own Studio

MSL Professional launches TL Audio product evaluation scheme      30/06/11
Try Out TL Audio Products In Your Own Studio


MSL Professional has launched a special summer promotion that enables UK customers to evaluate TL Audio products in the comfort of their own home or studio prior to purchase. Participating TL Audio dealers will arrange for time-limited loans of selected products over the summer, allowing customers to experience first hand how the British manufacturer's valve technology can transform their music when used in conjunction with their own studio equipment. Here's what MSL Professional has to say...
TL Audio products combine low noise solid state circuitry with the warmth of valve stages - a tried and tested combination that has seen flagship products such as the VTC and M4 Tube Console, the Ivory Series 5051 Voice Processor and Valve Classics such as the C-1 Dual Valve Compressor and PA-1 Tube Preamp becoming fixtures in many world-class recording facilities over the years.
More recently customers have used TL Audio products for a range of applications that include vibing recordings, adding depth to individual instruments and analogue synthesizers, as well as giving extra sparkle to live performances.
MSL Professional's Simon Lowther commented: "The sound quality and warmth of TL Audio products really does have to be heard to be believed. So what better way for customers to experience this than by trying the outboard on their own tracks in their own studios. We look forward to running this particular promotion throughout the summer."
Pricing and Availability:
Promotion available to UK customers only More information:
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