APRIL 2019; JESSUP, MD: Official API dealer Vintage King has commissioned new API 24-channel, fully automated 2448 consoles in their Los Angeles and Nashville showrooms, and into an additional demonstration location at the 45 Factory studio outside of Detroit.
The 2448 bridges the gap between API’s highly successful 1608 and AXS consoles, and responds to the industry’s requirement for a mid-sized, dual-signal path analog recording console. “At Vintage King, we understand that the 2448 is a unique console,” says Vintage King President Ryan McGuire. “It finds the perfect balance of functionality and price point for the modern mid-sized commercial studio.” Offering 24 fully featured channels for multitrack recording and 56 channels for mixing, the API 2448 provides audio professionals the advantages of a large format console in a more compact and affordable package. The console is available in 24, 32 and 40 channel frame sizes, and offers a powerful feature set including dual inputs on each channel, four stereo returns and optionally, API’s new cross-platform Final TouchTM fader automation system.
“The API 2448 sounds incredible. The flexibility it offers coupled with the world-class sound quality is a home run,” says McGuire. “We are excited to have these 2448 consoles available for demo in important studio cities like Los Angeles and Nashville, in addition to one located near our Detroit-based headquarters. We know our customers are going to be impressed by this desk.”
Since 1993, Vintage King has been a trusted pro audio retailer and looked to by recording professionals around the world for their premium selection and knowledge. For those who are interested in a demo session with the new API 2448, please contact one of their Audio Consultants at 888.653.1184 or visit vintageking.com to set up a session.
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