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Calrec NAB 2020 Preview: Central Hall Stand C8008 Posted: 13/02/2020
Calrec NAB 2020 Preview: Central Hall Stand C8008

Calrec’s Type R for TV is a new virtual mixing console with its design allowing customers to take advantage of these new workflows. It’s flexible and integrated native IP core gives customers a way to benefit from virtual working practices by integrating with station automation systems. Type R for TV is driven by station automation and is compatible with popular station automation systems including Ross Overdrive, Sony ELC and Grass Valley Ignite. Type R is the best of both worlds – it provides fully automated programming with real-time adjustment of unpredictable external factors via a standard web browser. Type R’s small, adaptable and highly portable hardware elements can be easily added if desired.Powered by standard POE switches, Type R has three different panel options. If broadcasters prefer a physical surface then banks of 6 x faders can be added, or adaptable soft panels like Calrec’s Large Soft Panel (LSP) and Small Soft Panel (SSP) can be used.

VP2 virtualized mixing system

Calrec’s VP2 virtualized mixing system has no physical control surface and utilisesCalrec’s Assist software for setup and control. VP2’s 4U core comes in three DSP sizes; 128, 180 and 240 input channels, and incorporates Calrec’s powerful Hydra2 networking solution. As with all Hydra2 products this can be controlled by a station automation system.

VP2 enables a station to reap many of the benefits of using a Calrec console, but without a physical control surface. Calrec’s Assist UI can be accessed from multiple locations via a web-browser. Control can be limited to basic functions or full control can be awarded to delve deeper to fine tune the setup or recall different shows as needed.

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R3 Estudio Movel in Brazil equips OB van with Calrec Artemis for live music Posted: 23/10/2019
R3 Estudio Movel in Brazil equips OB van with Calrec Artemis for live music Såo Paulo-based R3 Estudio Movel has chosen a Calrec Artemis Ray audio console for its OB truck, called PowerTruck, focussing on the recording and mixing of audio for live broadcasts as well as music DVDs and streaming outlets.
 
Isaías Rosa, R3’s recording/mixing engineer and multi-Latin Grammy nominee, says that when assessing the audio console market, “the Artemis met all the requirements of our truck,” highlighting its versatility as a key quality that drew him to the console. “The truck is set up for mixing and recording music. The Artemis Ray has excellent sound quality; we use it in a 72-fader configuration, which is great for live music mixing as we have the faders set up on one layer,” he continued.
 
R3 Estudio Movel uses two WAVES cards, one Dante card and six MADI cards in the truck. The on-stage setup includes 128 mic pre-amps and two MADI cards. The company creates about 40 music DVDs a year – including one recently for Sony Music’s Brazilian funk artist Nego do Borel - plus its work on live broadcasts and streaming.
 
“This project is a great example of how the Artemis console can really spread its wings with different types of broadcasts, including live music. It’s a testament to its power, versatility and superior sound quality. We’re delighted that R3 Estudio Movel is reaping the benefits of all that the Artemis has to offer,” commented Mike Reddick, International Sales Manager, Calrec.
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Calrec Brio Keeps it Cool in the Egyptian Desert Posted: 23/09/2019
Calrec Brio Keeps it Cool in the Egyptian Desert

Mark L. Butler, owner of Majestic Sound Productions, Inc., knew he was in for quite a challenge when he agreed to go to the middle of Egypt and open a sarcophagus on a live TV broadcast to 100 countries. The live Discovery Channel event aimed to showcase one the biggest archaeological finds in 15 years and was co-hosted by real-life Indiana Jones, Dr. Zahi Hawass, former Minister of State for Antiquities Affairs for Egypt. For live audio mixing, Butler turned to Calrec’s Brio36 compact digital broadcast audio console.

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Calrec broadens sales reach with Andy Birkinshaw as International Sales Manager Posted: 13/05/2019
Calrec broadens sales reach with Andy Birkinshaw as International Sales Manager

Calrec has announced Andy Birkinshaw as International Sales Manager, effective immediately. Birkinshaw joins the global sales team at Calrec headquarters and is managing broadcast sales in the UK, Denmark, Finland, Germany, Ireland, Norway and Sweden. His goal is to help Calrec establish these exciting markets and to grow the overall Calrec business.

Tags: Audio | Calrec | audio mixing | sport | Calrec International Sales Manager | Andy Birkinshaw
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Calrec Steps Up to the Plate to Deliver Big Results for Veteran A1 Sports Mixer Andrew Stoakley Posted: 08/05/2019
Calrec Steps Up to the Plate to Deliver Big Results for Veteran A1 Sports Mixer Andrew Stoakley

For the past two decades, freelance A1 Mixer Andrew Stoakley has worked on many of the major sports and entertainment shows produced in Canada. With assignments ranging from MLB baseball to NHL hockey and curling (among others), Stoakley has come to rely on the flexibility and features of Calrec consoles to capture the various dynamics of each sport.

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Grass Valley, Calrec Audio and Net Insight Take the Stage at NAB to Present The Latest Solutions For At-Home Production Posted: 29/03/2018
Grass Valley, Calrec Audio and Net Insight Take the Stage at NAB to Present The Latest Solutions For At-Home Production
Tasked with producing more live coverage with limited resources, broadcasters are turning to at-home/REMI (remote-integration model) production. At-home production can reduce the movement and help maximize the efficiency and utilization of people and equipment, and reduce on-site set-up times. During the Broadcast Engineering and Information Technology Conference (BEITC) at this year's 2018 NAB Show, Klaus Weber of Grass Valley, Peter Walker of Calrec Audio and Larissa Görner of Net Insight will join forces to speak about the major challenges with at-home production and how these issues can be solved. The session, titled, "Live At-Home Production 2.0," will take place on April 7th from 1:30PM - 2:50PM (PST) in the North Hall Meeting Room (N260).
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Calrec Reveals the Radio Revolution Posted: 27/03/2018
Calrec Reveals the Radio Revolution
Type R is a new modular, expandable, IP-based radio system from Calrec Audio (NAB Booth C7408), which utilizes standard networking technology and combines it with configurable soft panels that can be tailored to operator needs.
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Calrec Audio and GTC clinch distributor deal for Portugal Posted: 15/02/2018
Calrec Audio and GTC clinch distributor deal for Portugal
Calrec Audio has signed GTC - Sistemas Digitais de Video as its exclusive distributor in Portugal, representing Calrec's full line of digital audio consoles to Portuguese broadcast, media, and entertainment companies.
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NBC Olympics Selects Calrec Audio Consoles for Production of 2018 Olympic Winter Games in PyeongChang Posted: 08/02/2018
NBC Olympics Selects Calrec Audio Consoles for Production of 2018 Olympic Winter Games in PyeongChang
NBC Olympics, a division of the NBC Sports Group, has selected Calrec Audio's Summa, Artemis Ray, and Brio digital audio consoles to provide seamless audio mixing for its production of the XXIII Olympic Winter Games, which take place in PyeongChang, South Korea, 8-25 February. The announcement was made today by Karl Malone, Director, Sound Design, NBC Olympics, and Dave Letson, Vice President of Sales, Calrec Audio.
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NBC Olympics Selects Calrec Audio Consoles for Production of 2018 Olympic Winter Games in PyeongChang Posted: 08/02/2018
NBC Olympics Selects Calrec Audio Consoles for Production of 2018 Olympic Winter Games in PyeongChang
NBC Olympics, a division of the NBC Sports Group, has selected Calrec Audio's Summa, Artemis Ray, and Brio digital audio consoles to provide seamless audio mixing for its production of the XXIII Olympic Winter Games, which take place in PyeongChang, South Korea, 8-25 February. The announcement was made today by Karl Malone, Director, Sound Design, NBC Olympics, and Dave Letson, Vice President of Sales, Calrec Audio.
 
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Calrec connects at IBC2017 Posted: 05/09/2017
Calrec connects at IBC2017
Calrec Audio will use IBC2017 as a platform for showcasing real-world solutions that enable users to overcome the challenges of remote live productions. Along with key technology partners and clients, Calrec will demonstrate how the RP1 Remote Production engine, at the heart of an integrated approach, can provide simple connectivity, quality-assured transport, and precise control of audio mixes from any location.
Tags: Calrec | IBC2017 | Calrec Audio | real-world solutions | RP1 Remote Production engine | remote live productions | simple connectivity | quality-assured transport | audio mixes | Net Insight | Nimbra | IBC 2017 | IBC 2017
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JBD S.A. to distribute Calrec throughout Poland Posted: 31/08/2017
JBD S.A. to distribute Calrec throughout Poland
JBD S.A. has signed up as the exclusive distributor throughout Poland for the full Calrec Audio console family. Brio, which is making further inroads in the European broadcast marketplace, will be its primary focus.
Tags: JBD S.A. | JBD | distribute Calrec | Calrec | Poland | Calrec Audio | audio-mixing technology | IBC 2017 | IBC 2017
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Calrec Products at IBC2017 Posted: 21/07/2017
Calrec Products at IBC2017
Calrec Audio's Artemis Ray digital audio console will make its European debut at IBC2017. Artemis Ray has 456 fully featured input channels -- making it more powerful than Artemis Beam. Further, Artemis Ray can handle up to 72 faders, the same as the larger Artemis Shine model.
Tags: Calrec Audio | IBC2017 | audio | Artemis Ray | fader | Light | Beam | Shine | RP1 Remote Production | IBC 2017 | IBC 2017
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Calrec Is Number One With TV2 Posted: 15/06/2017
Calrec Is Number One With TV2
A powerful combination of Calrec's Summa and Artemis Light consoles has future-proofed two studios at TV2, one of Hungary's most popular commercial television channels. These purchases make TV2 Hungary Calrec's most prominent customer in the burgeoning Hungarian broadcast market.
Tags: Calrec Audio | TV2 Hungary | Summa | Artemis Light | studio | commercial television | size | complexity
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Popular Romanian channel Antena 1 signs on to Summa Posted: 05/06/2017
Popular Romanian channel Antena 1 signs on to Summa
Antena 1, one of Romania's top television networks, has gone live with two new Calrec Audio Summa digital mixing consoles. The Antena 1 installation marks Calrec's first Summa sale into the rapidly growing Romanian broadcast market.
Tags: Romanian TV channel | Antena 1 | Summa | Calrec Audio | Brio | Michael Reddick
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