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Avid Helps Create Recording Oasis At Studio At The Palms
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Las Vegas-based Studio at the Palms has completed a wall-to-wall installation of three Avid HDX systems and 176 channels of HD I/O to give artists the unprecedented ability to create bigger, better sounding projects faster than ever.

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Studio at the Palms, a Las Vegas-based, high-end recording studio with a client roster including Katy Perry, Lady Gaga and Maroon 5, has completed a wall-to-wall installation of three Avid HDX systems and 176 channels of HD I/O to give artists the unprecedented ability to create bigger, better sounding projects faster than ever.

With the upgrade, artists at Studio at the Palms will get more tracks, more headroom, and up to five times more dedicated DSP power to undertake even the most immense music and post-production projects with the confidence that comes with guaranteed performance.

HDX highlights include:
•      5x the processing power of previous generation cards
•      4x more playable tracks
•      64 channels of I/O per card, enabling larger configurations with fewer cards
•      Over 1,000 dB more headroom and higher resolution sound

“The significance of a technology that works in unison with the engineer is invaluable.  ProTools HDX gives Studio at the Palms the edge it needs to stay competitive in today’s landscape, where engineers need access to the most powerful and fastest tools available,” states Zoe Thrall, director of Studio at the Palms. “We are thrilled to be able to offer our clients higher sound quality and more advanced workflows so they can continue to create the music people love.”

“Our customers include the most in-demand producers, engineers and artists in the world who are always looking for ways to improve the quality of their work. We focus on delivering tools that enable them to quickly convert ideas to amazing sounds and that give them the edge to sound their best,” notes Tony Cariddi,  Avid’s segment manager for professional audio. 

“Studio at the Palms hosts some of the best talent in the world and we’re looking forward to seeing how the upgrade to HDX aids in their continued success.”

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