While Beau Burchell is prominently known for being the founder and guitarist of Saosin, the Orange County native has also been working as a producer and engineer for nearly his entire music career. He's produced and mixed many punk and post-hardcore classics including The Bronx' self-titled debut, The Bled's Pass The Flask, and If There Is Light, It Will Find You from Senses Fail.

When deciding where to build-out his next studio space, Beau opted for the confines of his home garage. The room is a truly a swiss army knife for recording and mixing, as it features an amp wall, drum kit, buildable vocal booth with descending top, and a rig centered around the Antelope Audio Orion 32 HD Gen 3 interface.

"What attracted me to the Antelope Orion 32 HD is, one, the sound quality, that's got to be the best," says Beau on choosing his Antelope interface. "On top of that, how much connectivity you get in a small package, one rack space, with no fan. That's insane to me."

In our new Vintage King Workflow, we're going inside Beau Burchell's workspace to learn more about the role the Orion 32 HD Gen 3 plays in his studio. Continue on below to watch our interview and see more photos of the studio below the video. 

Josh FrostIf you're interested in learning more about the Orion 32 HD Gen 3 or would like to purchase any Antelope Audio gear, we're here to help! Please contact a Vintage King Audio Consultant via email or by phone at 866.644.0160.