Twickenham Upgrades Sound Centre

Twickenham Studios Ltd (TSL) has announced a complete upgrade of the Sound Centre, to provide state-of-the-art facilities for film, television and commercials producers. TSL has contracted with AMS Neve to provide three DFC Gemini consoles. Maria Walker, the new Chief Operating Officer of Twickenham Studios, commented: “We are committed to providing the best post production facility in London for the global entertainment industry, and are equipping ourselves with $1.6m of equipment installed by spring 2013. We chose AMS Neve DFC Gemini consoles for their immense capability, highest quality of sound and as the chosen console for the most creative people in our industry. We are looking forward to the future with great confidence and excitement.”

Mark Crabtree, Managing Director of AMS Neve said: ““AMS Neve has consistently led the way with digital products and techniques, from the world’s first microprocessor controlled digital effects units, to pioneering the hard disk recording revolution all the way to the latest DFC Gemini console. As a private, engineering-led British company passionate about both the art and science of sound, we are delighted that Twickenham Studios are on board with us and we know they will use our equipment to maximum effect.”

Huw Gwilym, AMS Neve Product Manager, said “With a reputation for creating the world’s best sounding and most updatable digital consoles, the most discerning artists, producers and facility owners regard the AMS Neve DFC as the premier film mixing console with its enormous power and future-proofed design. New formats such as Dolby Atmos® are easily and comprehensively supported and the equipment is a great draw for leading mixers, engineers with their flagship projects.”