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Solid State Logic Hosting Music Production Sessions At NAMM’s Believe in Music Week

Product and application sessions will have SSL staff demonstrating hybrid production techniques, desktop audio approaches, mixing live sound and more.

Solid State Logic (SSL) will be offering several music tool and application sessions running between Tuesday, January 19 and Friday, January 22 at this year’s Believe in Music, NAMM’s new online digital event.

The sessions will cover SSL’s latest music and audio production tools including SiX, Fusion, ORIGIN, and the new SSL 2 / 2+ interfaces, as well as the SSL Live event space, installed sound and church production platform. Here’s the schedule:

SSL SiX Console & Fusion Audio Processor, January 19, 10 am U.S. PST
Professional hybrid production at home with SSL SiX and Fusion, hosted by SSL studio specialist Marc De George

SSL 2 & SSL 2+ Audio Interfaces, January 19, 2 pm U.S. PST
Reasons to choose an SSL 2 / 2+ audio interface for a desktop, hosted by SSL studio specialist Marc DeGeorge

SSL ORIGIN Recording/Mixing Console, January 21, 2 pm U.S. PST
Noted mix engineer Chris Lord-Alge will discuss his thoughts on SSL sonics and the workflow of the ORIGIN in-line audio production console, hosted by SSL studio specialist, Fadi Hayek

SSL Live, Including New V4.11 Software, January 22, 2 pm U.S. PST
Simon Thomas (FOH Halsey, Mark Knopfler) with discuss the SSL Live production platform with SSL Live product specialist Fernando Guzman)

In addition to the live sessions, private meetings are available with SSL’s team of studio and live sound personnel. Go here for more information, to register, and to attend one of the live sessions as well as to schedule a private consultation.

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