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Crotchet Music enhances its craft

Crotchet Music enhances its craft

Crotchet Music enhances its craft

South Africa:

After building strong relationships with gospel productions and churches, South African production company Crotchet Music has recently invested in a Soundcraft Vi3000 digital mixing console, which was distributed by Wild & Marr.

‘I wanted to invest in a console that could fulfil all of my needs and that I’m able to use for a long time. Therefore, the Soundcraft Vi3000 was the best option for me,’ said Aaron King, owner of Crotchet Music. ‘With the capabilities of the Vi3000, I will be expanding my business into large choirs due to the high channel count. I have confidence that the console will deliver on my clients’ expectations as the quality of audio from the preamps through to the Lexicon effects and dynamic processors is unsurpassed. The card expansion option is a big plus for me since it allows me to integrate the console with my current Waves Soundgrid setup and be able to run my favorite plug-ins live.’

Wild & Marr also hosted a two-day training session for the Crotchet Music team. This was led by Gabriel Le Roux, an ambassador for Soundcraft. ‘Receiving this training gave me the impression that Wild & Marr takes their clients very seriously,’ added King. ‘They want us to know exactly how to operate the equipment and they’re not just worried about the sale. I was very impressed with that.’

Wild & Marr’s managing director, Gary Furman, commented: ‘In a world where plug-ins are touted as being a major selling tool, we sometimes forget that manufacturers like Soundcraft, who utilise quality on-board processing like Studer, Lexicon and BSS technology, really don’t require anything other than an engineer’s one or two favourite dynamics. We are confident that Crotchet Music will grow in stature with their new purchase of the Soundcraft Vi3000.’

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