Studio B at Full Sail University in Winter Park, Florida is now home to a 64-channel API Vision console.
The desk will be the centerpiece of the university’s Recording Arts Academic Program. After a rigorous process, the Vision eventually became the preferred choice, primarily due to its "distinct analog sound and highly teachable signal path," API says. Since its installation, Full Sail has completely integrated the console into its Academic Program and is more than pleased with what it is able to offer students.
“We are excited to have the API Vision console installed into one of our on-campus studios,” said Darren Schneider, advanced session recording course director at Full Sail University. “This addition to campus provides another opportunity to work on a professional platform and prepares them with knowledge of the technology they will encounter when pursuing careers in the music industry.”
Founded more than 30 years ago, Full Sail University, according to Rolling Stone magazine, offers one of the top five best music programs in the US, and is currently educating over 18,000 students from all over the world.
“We’re honoured to have an API console at such a prestigious educational facility,” API president Larry Droppa commented. “Students enrolled in the Recording Arts program learn all aspects of console technique and we’re convinced API products are an excellent way to both teach and understand signal path and signal flow.”