|Held at British Grove Studios on 3-Apr-2008
Describing the outstanding state-of-the-art facility that Dave Stewart and Dave Harries have put together for Mark Knopfler as a home studio would be stretching the bounds of perception but, not unusually, Peter Filleul,
Executive Director of the APRS sunk that low in his introduction to the
second of the APRS’s Technical Workshop evenings at British Grove on
3rd April which was hosting the Euphonix team lead by Mark Hosking (left) under the watchful eye of Chris Hollebone.
had assembled a comprehensive representation of their work-stations
from entry level to expansive film dubbing suite demonstrating that the
core attributes and technical approaches were shared throughout their
entire range. About 35 APRS and MPG members were able to enjoy
hands-on demonstrations and have their questions answered by the
Euphonix experts, interspersed by trips to the refreshments provided
upstairs in British Grove’s sumptuous rest area.
the three hour event reached its end, attendees left clutching
brochures having experienced a thoroughly entertaining and informative
evening which bodes well for the other manufacturer events in a series
that includes Yamaha, Focusrite and Apple Computer.