Experimenting With Midas

Belgian experimental music studio and sound laboratory, Champ d’Action, has chosen a Midas PRO2C as its main studio console. The Antwerp studio invested in the PRO2C as an integral part of of its concept to offer ‘a platform for contemporary music open to other artistic disciplines such as contemporary video art, theatre or dance.’ Champ d’Action’s Sound Engineer Marc Dedecker, who is responsible for the technical specification of the studio, tested several digital consoles before settling on the Midas. “I chose the Midas because of its superior sonic performance, which is absolutely critical to my work at the studio,” said Dedecker. “The surround feature of the PRO2C works really well and the panning is superb.”