Ark user gallery

The incomplete list of Ark console users.
Unfortunately, at about 10 consoles are missing from this list.
We’ll add these if and when we receive
information and pictures about them.

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Custom Ark console being installed at Geodesic Records / Geodesic Studio in Houston, Texas, USA.

This is a first picture of the install.
More pictures to follow.

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Custom Ark Console at Geodesic Records / Geodesic Studio in Houston, Texas.

This is (in size) the largest console we ever build.
It’s at about 240cm / 95 inches wide.

This console is ready for expansion.
24 channel frame, with - for now - only 16 channels installed.
The middle section of the first 16 channels has room for a total of 32 500 series modules, with an additional 16 500 series modules which can be installed at the master section.
The double-wide producer desk in the middle has space for a large computer monitor and of course keyboard, mouse and other controllers.
Channel 17 to 24 have blank panels and are ready to accept the IP111, IP211 and IP311 modules.

Patchbay with full internal wiring has been included.
This section also has 20U rackspace to install other 19” units.
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Ark 2464 installed at Herbert Pixner Studios in the Alps in Austria

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Ark 2464 Console at Gnadenlos studio (Herbert Pixner) in the Alps in Austria

For many, including ourselves, this must be one of the favourite Ark console configurations.
We actually liked it that much that we made this one of our standard console configurations.

24 channels with our IP211 EQ module, integrated patchbay and FX returns module.

This console has 64 inputs to the mix bus in a space limited 180cm / 71 inches wide console.
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Custom Ark Console installed at Curt Micol’s studio in Michigan, USA

2 pictures.
The first from 2019, the second from end 2020.

“I wanted to send an email to say how impressed I have been with the Ark. I did a lot of mixing recently, and the flexibility in workflows with the console are insane. Every approach I attempted had lots of new options with regards to routing. It was such a great time to dive into the board. I had mostly done tracking prior to this. Thanks for such a great product!”

Curt Micol, January 2021

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Custom Ark Console at Curt Micol’s studio in Michigan (USA)

Based on the Ark 1648, this console has integrated patchbay and producer desk.

The 16 channel frame was originally supplied with only channels 9-16 installed.
Channels 1-8 were fully ready, with all motherboards and cabling, but not the modules.

Channels 1-8 became active a year later, when Curt ordered and received the modules and installed them himself by just plugging them in.

For us, this clearly shows what the Ark is about.
You can get almost any configuration you want, and add more channels later (when budget allows).
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Custom Ark Console at Curt Micol’s studio in Michigan (USA)

Based on the Ark 1648, this console has integrated patchbay and producer desk.

The 16 channel frame was originally supplied with only channels 9-16 installed.
Channels 1-8 were fully ready, with all motherboards and cabling, but not the modules.

Channels 1-8 became active a year later, when Curt ordered and received the modules and installed them himself by just plugging them in.

For us, this clearly shows what the Ark is about.
You can get almost any configuration you want, and add more channels later (when budget allows).
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Ark 832 installed at a private studio in LA

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Custom Ark Console at PXL University (Hasselt, Belgium)

PXL University supported the development and design of the new version of the Ark console, and were so impressed they installed the first of the Interphase Audio Ark consoles.

www.pxl.be

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Custom Ark Console at PXL University in Belgium

The first of the Interphase Audio Ark consoles, installed at PXL University in Hasselt, Belgium.

A 16-channel custom Ark8 configuration with double-wide producer desk and integrated patchbay.
All channels feature our IP211 EQ module.
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Ark 516 at Paul Godfrey (Morcheeba) studio.
Filled up completely with 500 series modules.
Lovely.

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Ocean Audio Ark 516 at Paul Godfrey’s (Morcheeba) studio in the UK

The Ocean Audio Ark 516 is no longer available, but the new Interphase Audio Ark 4048 is the upgraded version of this very nice console.
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Custom 32-channel Ark console at El Studio in Costa Rica .
32-channel Ark with Extended master section and producer desk.

www.elstudiocr.com

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Ocean Audio custom 32-channel Ark at El Studio in Costa Rica

32-channel Ark with extended master section and producer desk.

This configuration is no longer available, but a very nice alternative is the new Interphase Audio Ark 8 custom console.

The Ark 8 can be completely customised for your budget and needs.
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Custom 24-channel Ark at Estudis Ground in Spain.
24-channel Ark with Extended master section, producer desk and patchbay

www.estudisground.com

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Ocean Audio custom 24-channel Ark at Estudis Ground in Spain

24-channel Ark with extended master section, producer desk and patchbay.

This configuration is no longer available, but a very nice, and improved alternative is the new Interphase Audio Ark 8 custom console.

The Ark 8 can be completely customised for your budget and needs.
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Ark 516 at Uga Uga Studios in Mexico.

www.ugauagastudios.com

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Ocean Audio Ark 516 at Uga Uga Studios in Mexico

The Ocean Audio Ark 516 is no longer available, but the new Interphase Audio Ark 4048 is an improved version of this very nice console.
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Ark 516 at Dennis Ferrer studio in NY.

My console has been working flawlessly....I F'ing LOVE IT!!!
The records we've been doing sound so ridiculously good it's amazing. 

Dennis Ferrer / Objektivity

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Ocean Audio Ark 516 at Dennis Ferrer studio in NY

The Ocean Audio Ark 516 is no longer available, but the new Interphase Audio Ark 4048 is an improved version of this very nice console.
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Ark 516 and Ark 516 Expander at The University of Music and Performing Arts in Vienna.

This was one of the first Ocean Audio Ark console installs.

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Ocean Audio Ark 516 and Ark 516 Expander

This configuration was installed at University of Music and Performing Arts In Vienna.

The Ocean Audio Ark 516 is no longer available, but the new Interphase Audio Ark 4048 is an improved version of this very nice console.

The Ark 4048 can be custom configured to offer the same (or more) number of I/O as the Ark 516 and 516 expander combined.
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