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On November 2nd, Omni Sound Project is partnering with Rupert Neve Designs to present the annual Signal Gain conference. Based in Wimberley, Texas, Rupert Neve Designs is the culmination of over six decades of Mr. Neve’s legendary work. With Rupert as their founder and mentor, Rupert Neve Designs’ team of engineers preserve the revered elements of his most prized vintage designs, while thoughtfully advancing and refining their feature sets to meet the needs of the modern recording engineer. All of the company’s recording and playback equipment is crafted to uphold the very highest standards of musical quality while providing practical, innovative solutions for the engineers, musicians, and audiophiles of today and beyond.

Signal Gain will be held online on Saturday, November 6th from noon to 5 pm CST. All sessions will be live streamed, to be viewable online or via a watching party at Same Sky Productions in Austin, Texas. The conference will consist of three live sessions, presented by BABY AudioSpitfire Audio, and DistroKid, and pre-recorded “speed” sessions filmed at the Rupert Neve Designs headquarters. All sessions will be taught by audio engineering professionals who identify as female, non-binary, and/or trans.

To learn more about Signal Gain, click here.

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