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Doc Powell Selects Prism Sound For New Album

Grammy nominated jazz guitarist, composer and producer outfits studio with Atlas audio interface for first full album project in six years.

Grammy nominated jazz guitarist, composer and producer Doc Powell recently added a Prism Sound Atlas audio interface to his studio set up and is using it to record
‘This Is Soul,” his 12th solo project and his first full album project in six years.

Complementing Prism Sound’s existing Orpheus, Lyra and Titan interfaces, Atlas offers the same design, clocking and converter performance that users have long come to expect from Prism Sound.

“I am very excited about this album because it was recorded exclusively with the Prism Sound Atlas and is sonically excellent,” Powell explains. “This is my first introduction to Prism Sound as a user. I had heard a great deal about the quality of Prism Sound equipment and I have not been disappointed. This is a very important release for me and the Atlas brings out the detail of every recorded part – from the natural acoustics of a guitar to the muted sound of a live trumpet. Everything comes across with clarity and precision. What you put into it is exactly what you get out.”

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