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Calrec Products at IBC2017 Posted: 21/07/2017
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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Ray of Light: Calrec launches new Artemis console at 2017 NAB Show Posted: 11/04/2017
Calrec Audio shines a Ray on the 2017 NAB Show by launching the latest addition to its Artemis family of consoles. Artemis Ray has 456 fully featured input channels -- making it more powerful than the Artemis Beam. Further, Artemis Ray can handle up to 72 faders, the same as the larger Artemis Shine model.
Tags: Ray of Light | Calrec Audio | Artemis | console | 2017 NAB Show | Artemis Ray | Artemis Beam | fader | Artemis Shine | surface | control | Dave Letson
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Sound Devices 788T-SSD Provides Out of this World Audio Recording Capabilities for BBCs Doctor Who Posted: 16/09/2013

When BAFTA Cymru Award-nominated sound recordist Deian Humphreys set out to capture all of the dynamic dialog for the BBC hit science fiction television program Sound Devices 788T-SSD digital audio recorder, 442 field mixer, CL-9 linear fader controller and Doctor Who is a British science fiction television program produced by the BBC depicting the adventures of a Time Lorda time traveling, humanoid alien known as the Doctor. He explores the universe in his TARDIS (Time and Relative Dimension in Space), a sentient time-traveling spaceship. Its exterior appears as a blue British police box, a common sight in Britain in 1963, when Doctor Who first aired. Along with a succession of companions, the Doctor faces a variety of foes while working to save civilizations and help ordinary people.

Tags: Sound Devices | 788T-SSD digital audio recorder | 442 mixer | CL-9 linear fader controller | CL-8 mixing control surface | Doctor Who | BBC
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Sought After Sound Mixer David Husby Relies On Sound Devices for Several Film Projects Posted: 25/05/2011
Tireless production sound mixer David Husby is in high demand these days, having worked virtually nonstop on more than half a dozen films over the past two years. While traveling from location to location, this jet-setting audio pro has come to rely on Sound Devices and its digital recorders and accessory products while working on his extensive filmography. With a Sound Devices 788T Digital Recorder and its CL-9 Linear Fader Controller and CL-8 Controller in tow, and a second 788T serving as a back-up, Husbys trusty sound rig accompanies him to capture the sound on each filming location. His more recent portfolio includes last years The A-Team and Tooth Fairy, as well as titles scheduled for release later this year such as Rise of the Apes, The Big Year and Final Destination 5. He is also currently working on the upcoming animated film, Alvin and the Chipmunks: Chip-Wrecked.

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DiGiCo Hits The Road With Dubology Posted: 29/04/2010
A new mobile facility is now available in Australia that has put the benefits of DiGiCo digital recording and ease of use into an extremely compact, mobile package.
Sydney-based Dubology Studios has recently unveiled the DubMobile, a mobile facility featuring a 128 channel DiGiCo DS-00 digital console with two EX-00 fader expansion modules, DiGiRack and MiNi-DiGiRack, with up to 288 tracks of multitrack recording on to ProTools HD, Steinberg Nuendo and MOTU Digital Performer.
Tags: DiGiCo | Dubology studios | 128 channel | ds-00 | ex-00 fader | mini-digirack | ProTools HD | Steinberg Nuendo | MOTU Digital Performer
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