SSL Announces Free UK Events

Solid State Logic to host three free events at Production Room in Leeds in November      20/10/11
SSL Announces Free UK Events
SSL's latest music production tools including Matrix, Nucleus, X-Desk/X-Panda and X-Rack

Solid State Logic is to host three free events at Production Room in Leeds in November. Here's the details:
  • Open Day
    The events will kick off on Saturday 5th November with an SSL open day. Drop in to the store to see SSL's latest music production tools and how they fit into the modern DAW based project studio. Andy Jackson from SSL will conduct one to one product demonstrations and answer any questions.
  • Education Day
    Thursday 17th November is an SSL Studio Workshop specifically for students and education facilities. Mix engineer Gary Bromham (Sheryl Crow, Bjork) will conduct hands on demos of SSL products during the day - including Nucleus, X-Rack, X-Desk and Duende Native plug-ins - and in an evening seminar talk about SSL mixing techniques plus a look at SSL's history and product development.
  • Pro Audio / Broadcast Timed Appointments
    Thursday 24th November is an afternoon and evening of personal appointments with SSL's Jim Motley for pro audio professionals and broadcast customers. This will focus on SSL's MADI equipped XLogic I/O products and the acclaimed Matrix / X-Rack hybrid mixing solution but customers can specify which products they would like to see.
At each event you'll have a chance to win a visit to Solid State Logic's headquarters in Oxford with a tour of their factory, development facilities and studios. The visit includes hotel accommodation in Oxford. Pricing and Availability:
Free.
To register your interest for one or more of the events please visit:
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