From Nashville to Byron Bay, SAE Institute engineers audio magic with Apple creative technologies:
Global empire of audio engineering colleges extends its Mac investment as the world's largest recording studio opens its doors to students and musicians.
Sound off if you know where to find the world's largest recording studio. If you said London, New York, Nashville or Los Angeles, nice try--but you're off key. The answer is Byron Bay, Australia, where SAE Institute has just laid the final sound-proof the for its $40 million sound and video recording mecca. The new facility is a state of the art, university-style campus where musicians, video producers and audio engineering students can hone their skills on the finest multimedia equipment available.
Teaching and production work is conducted on more than 100 eMacs and Power Mac G4s connected to the latest sound and video engineering consoles. The task of managing, storing and distributing massive multimedia files is handled with ease by six powerful Apple Xserves and three high-capacity Xserve RAID storage arrays.
The Australian-Made Sound Empire
Byron Bay is the new global headquarters for the sprawling SAE Institute empire. What started out as the …