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Calrec: Chris Eckford, A1 Mixer; A Craft Interview Posted: 26/08/2020
Calrec: Chris Eckford, A1 Mixer; A Craft Interview

As a UK-based A1 for the past decade, Chris Eckford has worked on some high-profile projects including the Premier League and the Amazon Prime Sport Premier League Games in December 2019. He says that in the past five years, a Calrec desk has been central to 90 percent of the projects he’s worked on.

Tags: Calrec | audio | mixing | IP | broadcast | consoles
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Studio Technologies Redefines Quality and Flexibility in New Announcer Consoles Posted: 25/08/2020
Studio Technologies Redefines Quality and Flexibility in New Announcer and rsquo;s Consoles

StudioTechnologies launches a new series of Announcer’s Consoles with Dante® Audio-over-IP connectivity, superior audio quality, and a flexible set of features that supports a wide range of live commentary and related applications. The new line of Announcers Consoles includes three products – the Model 232, Model 234, and Model 236. All feature a “pro quality” microphone input circuit, Dante and analog output channels, plus two, four, or six talkback inputs and outputs. Each unit can be easily incorporated into a Dante- or AES67-based network and is compatible with the Dante Domain Manager™ (DDM) application.

Tags: Studio Technologies | Dante | Consoles
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Calrec launches the Calrec Sound Institute with new online certification Posted: 18/08/2020
Calrec launches the Calrec Sound Institute with new online certification

Calrec has launched the Calrec Sound Institute, a series of online certification training courses, starting with courses for two of its most widely used digital audio consoles — Brio and Type R. These educational courses provide a comprehensive overview of Brio and Type R consoles for engineers and operators, as well as experienced professionals looking to hone their skills.

Available at calrec.com, the courses cover hardware, I/O, routing, mix minus, busses and monitoring and are designed to get users up and running quickly and with confidence. Once the training is completed, users are officially certified by Calrec for Brio and/or Type R systems.

Tags: Calrec | audio | consoles | digital | IP | broadcast | Brio
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Custom Consoles Produces 300th Operator Safety Screen Posted: 07/08/2020
Custom Consoles Produces 300th Operator Safety Screen

Custom Consoles reports strong demand for the Operator Safety Screen since its first shipment in early May. Customers to date include Al Jazeera, Amazon Prime, BBC Studioworks, BETV, CJP, Dega, Farnborough College, Gravity Media, IMG, Input Media, ITN, ITV, One Ten Productions, QVC, Racing UK, Solenis, STV, STV North and TimeLine. With over 300 sales in three months it is one of the fastest selling new products in Custom Consoles' history.

“Broadcast media studios are gradually returning to a degree of normality following the Covid-19 pandemic,” says Gary Fuller, Sales Manager, Custom Consoles. “The Operator Safety Screen is proving a key part of the strategy introduced by facility managers to reduce the risk of airborne infection or direct physical contact between control room personnel. BBC Studioworks for example has introduced a suite of key Covid-19 safety measures across its three facilities. These include mandatory temperature checks, screen dividers in all galleries, UVC cleaning, one-way pedestrian routes and dedicated operating protocol documents specific to each site.”



Tags: Custom Consoles Ltd | broadcast control room furniture | Covid-19 safety screens | Operator Safety Screen | motorised desks | manually-adjustable desks | sound-insulated equipment housings | MediaWall | Media Wall | monitor walls | post-production studio furniture
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Patrick Castonguay, A1 Mixer A craft interview - Calrec Posted: 15/07/2020
Patrick Castonguay, A1 Mixer A craft interview - Calrec

As an accomplished A1 for almost 20 years now, Canada-based Patrick Castonguay loves the challenge of being creative with every live mix he produces. He’s worked on high-profile sports events including the Olympics (every year since 2002) and NHL and CFL games in Canada, as well as the JUNO Awards. The first Calrec console he ever used was the T Series, which was an analog/digital hybrid design.

Tags: Calrec | audio | consoles | mixing | digital | AoIP
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Legrand | AV Announces New Family of 24 7 Control Room Consoles from LundHalsey Posted: 08/07/2020
Legrand | AV Announces New Family of 24 7 Control Room Consoles from LundHalsey

Middle Atlantic Products, a brand of Legrand | AV, today announced the new LundHalsey Visionline 24/7 control room consoles. Visionline is the latest console family directly available from Legrand | AV and manufactured by solutions partner LundHalsey, the U.K.-based market leader in the design, manufacture, and installation of control room furniture solutions. Visionline features the same stylish, ergonomic design and durability introduced in LundHalsey's premier Kontrol family, but in a smaller footprint and in straight, concave, and convex options to fit a control room of any size.

Tags: Legrand AV | Consoles | LundHalsey | Visionline | Middle Atlantic
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Pro audio and lighting specialist Group One creates nationwide US Calrec distribution network Posted: 08/07/2020
Pro audio and lighting specialist Group One creates nationwide US Calrec distribution network

Group One Ltd., professional audio and lighting distributor, has today announced that it has incorporated SCI’s – Studio Consultants Inc. – operations of Calrec business to create a nationwide distribution network for Calrec’s complete range of market-leading professional audio solutions. The deal was completed on July 1st.

Tags: Calrec | audio | digital | consoles | Group One | distribution
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Genesys from Neve Helps Radar Sounds Stays True To Its Analogue Roots Posted: 03/07/2020
Neve and reg; Genesys Helps Radar Sounds Stays True To Its Analogue Roots

Radar Sounds, one of the few remaining studios in the UK to offer true analogue tape recording facilities, has installed a Neve® Genesys G32 console.

Studio owner "Fuzz" Barthram-Keet says: “I already own a pair of Neve® 1073DPA mic pre-amps and I know just how much I love the sound of them, so a Neve console was top of my shopping list. The desk’s fabulous analogue design and Neve preamp circuitry allows us to keep the mix analogue from start to finish without sacrificing modern features such as hands-on DAW control and connectivity.”

Radar Sounds is located on Platts Eyot, a small island in the River Thames (close to Hampton Court). As well as tracking, Fuzz also offers mixing and mastering services and describes the business as a ‘one stop shop’ for musicians, media companies and voice over artists. 

 

Tags: AMS Neve | Neve Genesys Console | Neve 1073 Microphone Preamplifiers | Radar Sound
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Custom Consoles Introduces Operator Safety Screen Posted: 03/07/2020
Custom Consoles Introduces Operator Safety Screen

Custom Consoles announces a new addition to its range of technical control furniture. Developed in response to the coronavirus pandemic, the Operator Safety Screen reduces the risk of airborne infection or direct physical contact between control room personnel without restricting their forward or side view of video monitor displays.

 

Tags: Custom Consoles Ltd | broadcast control room furniture | Covid-19 safety screens | Operator Safety Screen | motorised desks | manually-adjustable desks | sound-insulated equipment housings | MediaWall | Media Wall | monitor walls | post-production studio furniture
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Custom Consoles Module-R Desks Chosen for One of the Worlds Largest News Agencies Posted: 02/07/2020
Custom Consoles Module-R Desks Chosen for One of the Worlds Largest News Agencies

Custom Consoles announces the completion of control room desks and multiscreen monitor display mounts for the London studios of one of the world's largest news agencies. The desks were provided in partnership with broadcast system integrator ATG Danmon.

"Control room furniture is an important part of every major contract," comments ATG Danmon Managing Director Russell Peirson-Hagger. "Bespoke designs tend to be expensive and require very detailed specification. We commissioned all four desks by selecting optimal elements from Custom Consoles' established Module-R series. Our clients appreciate the robust build quality, excellent ergonomics and timeless styling of Module-R. The Module-R range is also well thought out in terms of cable ducting, equipment access and ventilation."

 

 

Tags: Custom Consoles Ltd | broadcast control room furniture | motorised desks | manually-adjustable desks | sound-insulated equipment housings | MediaWall | Media Wall | monitor walls | post-production studio furniture | System Two control room furniture | Module-R | Mod
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Calrec: Craft Interview, John Hunter, A1 Mixer Posted: 30/06/2020
Calrec: Craft Interview, John Hunter, A1 Mixer

A freelance audio engineer (A1) for Dome Productions in Canada, John Hunterfirst discovered his passion for audio with live music. Eventually, his path led him to sports and he (in normal times) mixes every Toronto Raptors home game on TSN and Sportsnet and has travelled with the production team to work every playoff game, including the 2019 NBA Finals. He worked as an A1 for the famous 2018 NBA Raptors/Pelicans game in 4K HDR and Dolby Atmos surround sound, which was the first to be produced in these formats and distributed live to North American households.

Tags: Calrec | audio | broadcasting | consoles | digital | mixing | A1
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Introducing the Neve 8424 Console - A Modern Console Designed For Todays Connected Workflows Posted: 22/06/2020
Introducing the Neve 8424 Console and ndash; A Modern Console Designed For Today and rsquo;s Connected Workflows

Following the success of the hugely popular Genesys Black console, British manufacturer AMS Neve has unveiled another classic in the shape of the Neve® 8424 – A small format console with a large format sound based on the iconic 80-series console range.

The 8424 console is designed to fit the needs of the modern hybrid studio where the speed of in-the-box workflow is enhanced with the ultimate sound quality of analogue outboard gear. Designed to be straightforward and accessible to all, this versatile and powerful desk provides a centralised platform with unparalleled connectivity, facilitating an ergonomic link between the linear analogue processing world of outboard gear, analogue synths and instruments, to the digital world of DAW workflow, software plugins and session recall.

Tags: AMS Neve | Neve 8424 Console | Legendary Neve Sound
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Calrec announces Andrew Munt as Software Manager driving the company development expertise Posted: 17/06/2020
Calrec announces Andrew Munt as Software Manager driving the company and rsquo;s development expertise

Calrec has invested in further expansion of its R&D department with the appointment of Andrew Munt as Software Manager. In this role, Munt will oversee all Calrec’s software expertise from architecting, design and development of all new and existing products, continuing to drive and expand Calrec’s renowned R&D output. He will report to Richard Whiteley, R&D Manager of Calrec.

Tags: Calrec | audio | consoles | IP | AoIP | digital
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Gabriele Ferrini Realises His Dreams By Expanding His Neve Genesys Black Console Posted: 15/06/2020
Gabriele Ferrini Realises His Dreams By Expanding His Neve and reg; Genesys Black Console

After a wait of more than 20 years, Italian musician and producer Gabriele Ferrini has finally achieved his dream of having a 64 channel Neve console as the centrepiece of his own studio.

Ferrini, who owns LG Studio in Modena, Italy, upgraded his Neve Genesys Black G32 console to a G64 by adding a 16 channel extension, supplied by AMS Neve’s exclusive local dealer Funky Junk Italy. The studio’s transformation took place just before the Covid-19 lockdown and since then Ferrini has also added a GenesysControl plugin, which is providing total integration between his Neve analogue hardware and his DAWs.

Tags: AMS Neve | Genesys Black Console | G64 | Gabriele Ferrini | LG Studio
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Wild and Marr in South Africa join Calrec expanding distributor network Posted: 10/06/2020
Wild and amp; Marr in South Africa join Calrec expanding distributor network

Calrec continues to expand its global coverage with the appointment of Wild & Marr in South Africa who will supply and service Calrec’s TV and radio product range across the region and install them in its forthcoming Experience Centre in Johannesburg, South Africa.

Tags: audio | audio consoles | audio networking | Africa | AoIP
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