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Takashi Akaku

By May 20, 2016 No Comments

10M, TRINITY & ECLIPSE … What a remarkable difference!

 

 

1Although I knew the importance to “clock” from outset, I didn’t especially consider it a priority. But my first reaction after being introduced to the 10M and Trinity was “This is a remarkable difference!” All the dimensions of the sound that were previously omitted – the range, phase, space and clarity – became so evident. Since then, the 10M and Trinity combo has been used in all recording stages, such as tracking and mixing at Syn Studio – which is also my home-base.

But I received another surprise recently after experiencing the Eclipse 384 ! Although I usually mix within ProTools, I was monitoring through the DA of the Eclipse 384 with the 10M instead of through the analog console, and it produced a purity of sound and dynamic range more than I had experienced before, making for stress-free, automatic monitoring.

And also in other work, such as tracking and mixing, I have realized the accuracy and splendid compression and EQ, well above all other products. It seems to bring out the details of the sound that previously I could not detect. In addition, I found I could obtain great results too using the Eclipse 384 in combination with analog devices such as ProTools via Mix Out on a Neve Genesys in our Syn Studios. I can confidently say Antelope Audio’s Eclipse 384, Trinity and 10M will be great support and an integral part of my engineering work in the future.

Takashi Akaku
Chief Engineer
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