Close ☰
Menu ☰

NEP Ireland chooses Calrec for OB trucks

Posted on: Wednesday 20th of June 2018

Calrec_Artemis-alongside-download-on-product-pageWith the recent purchase of two Calrec Artemis consoles, NEP Ireland has now standardised its five main OB vans on Calrec. The company has acquired an Artemis Light and Artemis Beam for its Emerald and HD1 mobile production units, respectively.

“From the day a desk arrives and throughout the service process, their technical support has been excellent. This obviously had a huge influence on our purchasing decision,” said Rick Poster, senior audio engineer at OBSTV/NEP. Poster highlighted the fact that with the Hydra2 infrastructure, NEP has the ability to send audio signals over long distances using fibre optic cable and share those signals between each mobile truck. This reduces setup time and the amount of temporary infrastructure that NEP needs to install within venues. Projects that NEP has used the Artemis for include Ireland’s Got Talent and the recent Bilbao Finals 2018 organised by European Professional Club Rugby.

www.calrec.com



Latest News & Blog articles

  • NextRadioTV recently worked with Audiopole and Red Bee Media to equip eight studios in their new broadcast facility with state-of-the-art Studer by HARMAN Vista mixing consoles and routing systems. NextRadioTV is a French broadcasting company operating multiple radio and television stations. After being acquired by Altice, a European media group, NextRadioTV moved to a brand-new […]
  • Apart from DJ and producer Mark Ronson winning the original song accolade for “Shallow’ from A Star Is Born, a team of experienced sound pros also took home Oscars for their work on the Queen biopic: engineer Paul Massey took the sound mixing prize for Bohemian Rhapsody alongside John Casali and Tim Cavagin, while Nina Hartstone […]
  • If you follow a forensic enquiry into sound reproduction far enough, you will arrive – with apologies to Aldous Huxley – at the doors of perception, writes Phil Ward. Where, in terms of capture, is the ‘centre’ of a grand piano? Ultimately, it’s a conundrum that reveals the artifice of recorded sound: in any recording, […]
  • Lectrosonics announced the introduction of the DCHT portable digital stereo transmitter. The new DCHT unit is designed for use in film and TV production as both a wireless audio link from a bag or cart system to cameras, and as a portable IFB transmitter paired with the Duet digital wireless M2R receiver packs. The DCHT […]
  • Access delivers the core Auto-Tune technology in a streamlined interface, for just $99. A new, pared-down interface provides access to key Auto-Tune features with a single click. Simple three-position Retune Speed and Humanize knobs allow a variety of tuning applications, from subtle, natural-sounding pitch correction to the most extreme Auto-Tune Effects. Low-latency processing means users […]
  • New black-fronted Dante-compatible Atlas and Titan multitrack audio interfaces will be available from the second quarter of 2019. These units feature a Dante MDIO module and are controlled using a Mac/PC software app. This extends the range of I/O options for Atlas and Titan, which also includes an MDIO card option providing a compatible connection […]
  • Key changes on the MK-III include the new Crystal Membrane 180mm woofer and amplification. The new woofer is the same size as the previous MK-II, but electronically and mechanically far superior. The 180mm woofer cone is manufactured with sandwich AS technology: a paper cone to which an aluminium foil is glued with enhanced acoustic characteristics, […]
  • The top accolade of Producer Of The Year, sponsored by Flare Audio was won by James Ford (pictured [R] with Damon Albarn) for his work on the Arctic Monkey’s sixth studio album Tranquility Base Hotel & Casino, Everything Everything’s fourth studio album A Fever Dream and Gorillaz’s sixth studio album The Now Now. Ford is […]
Translate »