After a six-year love affair with his three Prism Sound Titan audio converters, Georgian producer, composer and sound designer George Gvarjaladze has swapped them for a new Prism Sound Dream ADA-128 modular conversion system.
“The unit’s flexibility and smaller footprint were key reasons why I chose to replace my three Titans with an ADA-128,” said Gvarjaladze, who is mostly known as Gvaji, his teenage nickname. “Just one box can do the job of all three Titans – in fact it could do the job of eight! – and as soon as I heard it was being released, I wanted to be among the first studios to own one.”
Designed to suit the needs of a wide range of audio professionals, Prism Sound’s Dream ADA-128 is a modular audio conversion system offering up to 128 channels of 32-bit A/D and D/A conversion at sample rates of up to 768kHz. It is both a conversion system and a high-performance, networkable audio distribution and processing system, with a flexible 2RU mainframe that can be fitted with up to 16 analogue and digital IO modules (each of which nominally provides eight input or output ports, or both). Up to four host modules provide bidirectional multi-channel connections to host computers, workstations, networks etc, with the ADA-128 providing free routing between all of these inputs and outputs under detailed user control, as well as a wide range of processing functions.