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SAE London Invest In New Neve DFC PS/1

SAE Institute, a leader provider of degree-standard audio, film and multimedia education, have acquired a Neve DFC PS/1, to ensure that their film production students are receiving the best training for the industries they'll be working in.
The Neve DFC system is the world's premier console system, and as such is used on the world's biggest movie productions.
Consequently, many 'Hollywood'-style blockbuster films are mixed on DFC consoles. The DFC consoles found in those studios are often several metres wide and require several operators, such is the scope for creative mixing.
Neve's DFC PS/1 console offers all of the same features, just in a smaller footprint. It's capable of achieving the same results and is operated in exactly the same way, so anyone who learns to mix on the PS-1 will be able to operate any DFC console in top flight mixing studios the world over.
SAE have installed the new Neve console in their London campus and they will start teaching current students and alumni members these valuable skills in the coming weeks. And there's even the possibility that they will conduct commercial workshops for professionals - such is the rarity of the Neve DFC PS/1 in educational facilities. Students will also receive Neve DFC certification.
SAE Institute was founded in 1976 as the world's first audio school. It has since grown to become a network of around 50 colleges in 20 countries offering courses in audio engineering, digital film, web design and interactive entertainment.
SAE was recently awarded Skillset Media Academy status by the government and is one of only 17 such academies to gain this recognition.
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Derived from the Digital Film Console (DFC), which dominates the world's highest profile film studios, PS-1 is one of the most accomplished mid-range digital film and TV dubbing/post-production consoles available today.
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