The Darkroom recording studio has undergone a refit at the Willesden, north-west London facility
Posted on: Sunday 7th of February 2016
The Darkroom recording studio has undergone a refit at the Willesden, north-west London facility with HHB providing engineer and owner Anthony Long with equipment that included a Merging Horus networked interface.
The Darkroom was originally Morgan Studio 4 and retains the Dynaudio M4 monitoring and runs a Neve 88 D. HHB also supplied a Rosendahl Nanoclocks GL master clock generator, Avantone MixCubes, Tube Tech MEC 1A recording channel, Maag Audio EQ4, 500 Series EQ and a UAD-2 QUAD.
‘With a fully digital environment, every time I go into the analogue domain it’s got to be worth doing. The Horus is one of the best convertor systems I’ve heard, and gets amazing results out of my gear, leaving me free to mix without thinking of the effects of A-D and D-A conversion,’ explained Long.
‘If I stay in the digital domain then I want to emulate the best hardware, so I want the best quality software and I think Universal Audio do the best quality hardware emulations.’