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Concordia University Expands With New Rupert Neve Designs 5088 Console

New studio's 5088 equipped with 32 Shelford 5052 mic preamp/inductor EQ modules, nine Shelford 5051 inductor EQ/compressor modules and more.
A look in studio at the Rupert Neve Designs 5088 console

Located just outside of Los Angeles, Concordia University Irvine recently opened the new Borland-Manske Center, including a studio anchored by a new 32-channel Rupert Neve Designs 5088 console, loaded with 32 Shelford 5052 mic preamp/inductor EQ modules, nine Shelford 5051 inductor EQ/compressor modules, and the company’s SwiftMix automation.

“I have been fortunate to work on consoles designed by Mr. Rupert Neve for many years,” says professor Steve Young, Concordia’s director of commercial music. “One of our core values for the new facility is to provide students with an opportunity to learn, create and grow in an environment featuring tools and technology to which they might not normally have access.”

Concordia’s commercial music program is a “diverse, immersive experience, designed to prepare the student for the demands that face today’s music professionals.” The curriculum, which emphasizes both musicianship and artistry, includes study in areas such as performance, composition/songwriting, arranging and music production.

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