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31/03/2003

Silverdown unveils new 5.1 studio

To cope with heavy demand for 5.1 work, Silverdown Studio has installed a complete 5.1 Genelec monitoring system, featuring 1034B, 1031 and the new LSE 7073 sub-woofers.
The Hertfordshire studio is owned by Jeff Calvert, who started at Morgan Studios in the 70’s, before leaving to set up Silverdown, which was originally located in London. After many successful years, he decided get out of ‘the smoke’ and re-locate to Hertfordshire.
Jeff’s production partner, Chaz Kkoshi, said: "We have just completed the intro music for a new PlayStation game in 5.1, a new album by Mona for the record company TLC, and we are in negotiations to start re-mixing Bob Marley’s greatest hits in DVDa.
"All this work was and will be in 5.1, so there was no choice we had to have the best, and as far as we could see the best is Genelec."
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