Audient Heritage console installed at The Bridge
The desk was chosen as part of a recent refit of Miloco Studios’ Orinoco Complex facility in London.
An ASP8024 Heritage Edition console has been installed in The Bridge studio as part of a recent refit of Miloco Studios’ Orinoco Complex facility.
The Bridge itself, based in London’s SE1, is billed as one of the Miloco group’s best writing rooms, welcoming a star-studded catalogue of clientele over the years including the likes of Emeli Sandé, Plan B, Adele, Tom Odell and Roots Manuva.
Audient’s 24-channel ASP8024-HE provides flexibility with its array of connectivity options: DAW outputs, effects returns, monitoring devices and other line sources. The installation of the console, together with the significant monitoring improvements and additional bass absorption at The Bridge studio, ensure it offers the ideal setup for stars of the future.
Miloco believes the Audient “is a great console for the writing room, offering clean sound with a retro touch and plenty of routing flexibility.”
“The Heritage Edition console is the perfect upgrade for The Bridge and gives the large, comfortable, control room a definitive centrepiece,” explained Robbie Dunne of Miloco Gear, who specified the purchase. “The feature set is great; the Audient provides us with 24 channels and 48 inputs - plenty of inputs for a writing session and more than enough channels to mix down on to.”
"We're flattered that Miloco chose Audient once again for the Bridge Studio when refitting, as they had so many options available through their sister sales division Miloco Gear,” added Audient’s Bryn Wildish, who facilitated the recent sale. “The additional benefit is that Miloco Gear can now demo prospective Audient console purchasers the advantages of our ASP8024|HE in a genuine working studio environment in a great, central London location.”