Welcome to the home of the Ark console.
High Voltage - Discrete - Class-A - Modular - Configurable - Analogue - Console
Priced as a small-to-medium format analogue recording and mixing console, the Ark has the features and attitude of a large-format console.
The concept and design of the Ark has taken over 18 months, and is the sum of the input from professionals from all over the world and from all parts of the audio industry.
The Ark has been designed - from the ground up - by this international team of audio professionals.
Every function, every feature, every switch and every knob has been questioned and discussed, with full respect for decades of recording technology, but also constantly keeping in mind that the best way to use an analogue console today may not necessarily be the way it was used in the past.
* To allow for different workflows and setups, the Ark is fully modular, fully configurable and fully expandable.
* For signal amplification and control, all new, high-voltage, discrete op-amp cards have been developed that eliminate crossover distortion while offering extended headroom, dynamic range, and improved frequency response.
This op-amp is used throughout the console, and is for a large part responsible for the high quality of the Ark console.
* To allow full flexibility, the console has been split-up in 8-channel buckets, each bucket has been split-up in channels, and each channel has been split-up in separate sections. Each of these channel sections is available in different versions.
* The Ark is designed and hand-built in the EU and the UK
The Ark is available in a number of standard configurations or can be fully configured to your needs.
In a hurry? Then check out our pricing pages. Both standard and custom configurations are listed.
While we did our best to make this site compatible with all kinds of smartphones and tablets, it is really best viewed on a larger screen, because of the large amount of information, pictures, and navigation. We don’t doubt that most of our professional customers have a desktop computer with a large screen in their studio. We suggest that you pour yourself a nice drink, sit down in your studio and enjoy the time browsing through these pages.