Last week, SonicScoop profiled the Berklee College of Music’s groundbreaking new studio at the renowned school’s first international campus located in Valencia, Spain. In addition to featuring sweeping views of the scenic Palau de les Arts Reina Sofia complex, the studio is chock full of Avid gear ranging from Artist Control featuring EUCON to the flagship System 5—which has 48 channels, 128 channels of I/O and 176 mic lines—to facilitate high-performance mixing and best-in-class sound for the master’s students using the facility.
Inside the Berklee Valencia Studio K control room. (Mercedes Herrán)
Avid has enjoyed a longstanding relationship with the Berklee College of Music, and we’re even more excited for the next stage of the project, including a planned matching studio set-up at Berklee’s Boston campus to enable joint sessions in real time between the two locations to foster amazing opportunities for collaboration across continents.
To read more about the facility designed by Walters-Storyk Design Group, the brains behind Jungle City Studios and Jay-Z’s Roc the Mic studio in New York City, check out the SonicScoop article here.