August 2018

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July 2018

The second production Ark8 was shipped to a private studio in France.

This is a 24-channel configuration with slots for 500 series on the inputs and the master section, and integrated patchbay.

For convenience, all console connections to the outside world have been internally brought to the patchbay.

This console has a total of 48 inputs to the mix busses, and 64 slots for 500 series modules. All 500 series modules can be used on any channel.

June 2018

We shipped our first production console to a private studio in California.

This is an 8-channel configuration with our inductive EQ’s installed on the input channels, and slots for 500 series on the master section.
The master section also includes the
IP816 module, which are 8 multipurpose stereo (or mono) inputs which can be routed to either or both of the master outputs.

This console has 32 inputs to the mix busses.

February 2018

A little while ago, the first Ark console was installed in studio 3 at PXL University in Hasselt, Belgium.
Studio 1 and 2 feature an SS.. and a Ne.., so the Ark is in good company.

We need to go back to get more and better pictures, but it's great to hear that students and professors seem to really like the Ark.
It has even been mentioned that the layout and workflow of the Ark are perfect for education. Who are we to disagree with that?

This is a 16-channel configuration with our own EQ’s installed on the input channels. There are 32 inputs to the mix busses on this console.
The middle section is our double-wide producer desk, which as you notice can hold computer and keyboards.
On the right is integrated 19” space for patchbay and/or outboard.

January 2018

Thank you Sound on Sound magazine for the very nice preview of the Ark8.
In case you missed it, you can read the full article here.
Enjoy.

October 2017

A quick overview

September 2017

Under Construction

On request of the customer, we delivered the partly finished frame of the first production console, so they can prepare the cabling.

This is a 16-channel console, with double-wide producer desk in the middle, which can hold a 27 inch iMac or similar.

The 19 inch bucket on the right will hold the patchbay and some FX.
All console connections have been internally brought to the patchbay, so it's just a matter of plugging in to the (D-sub) patchbays.

Custom back panels and modules will be installed over the next couple of weeks, so more pictures and videos to come.

28 April 2017

* Introduced the IP211 - 4-band inductive EQ / Hi-Cut filter / Lo-Cut filter / Swing EQ
* Updated all pricing and standard configurations
* Tried to make all information on the website a bit more clear

(and continued working on the Ark8)
29 March 2017

And then you put the knobs on …
2 March 2017

We’re really happy with what our woodworker came up with.
We use Padauk for side panels, top shelf and lean bar.
Gorgeous heartwood, since all stylish studios deserve a stylish console.
And yes, you can actually put speakers on the top shelf.
14 February 2017

We started the “Friends of the Ark Console” group on Facebook.
A company page is nice, but it is a bit of a one-way-communication. We post something, you like it (or not) and that’s it.
The “Friends of the Ark Console” group is intended to become more of a community.
You can show of your studio, your music, share experiences and ideas, discuss features and set-ups, etc.
All related to the original or the new Ark8 of course.

You’re officially invited to join the group.

The image on the right leads to our
Facebook page.
Clicking
here takes you directly to the “Friends of the Ark Console” group.