In Broadcast - July 2017 - 12
www.inbroadcast.com | Vol: 7 - Issue 6
Safely In Later Mix
GBR: For freelance sound mixer
Tudor Davies can often be found
in Maidstone Television Studios,
capturing performances on Later...
With Jools Holland.
"Whatever way you look at it," said
Davies, "this is a mission critical
Davies uses JoeCo BLACKBOX
BBR64-MADI recorders to capture
the audio onto Sandisk Extreme
Having previously used a DAWbased set-up, he recently switched
to JoeCo BLACKBOX BBR64-MADI
multi-track recorders, describing
them as "rock solid".
Nuage Two For
Temple Of Tune
elgian studio Temple of Tune
has recently installed its second
Sonifex S1 Mixers
GBR: Students at Southampton
Solent University Music & Radio
courses have access to eight
Sonifex S1 radio broadcast mixers.
Instructor for Music & Radio at
the University, said: "We chose
the Sonifex S1s because of their
simple yet powerful look and
Southampton Solent has been a
University since July 2005.
Over the past ten years it has made
vast improvements to its campus
enabling it to offer the latest stateof-the-art facilities.
NED: Sonoris has introduced a
major upgrade of DDP Creator,
the company's standalone crossplatform Disk Description Protocol
(DDP) authoring application.
Now boasting even greater
compatibility with virtually any
DAW software on the market, DDP
Creator enables users to assemble
a professional RedBook-compatible
audio CD and then export the CD
product to a DDP 2.0 fileset.
The upgraded DDP Creator
features a new user interface, new
loudness metering capabilities,
and enhanced security through
Temple Of Tune's Voice Studio (Picture: Don Fonzarelli Photography)
In 2014 Fredo Gevaert, owner
of Belgian studio Temple of Tune,
invested in a Yamaha Nuage postproduction system, it was such a
success that he immediately started
planning for a second Nuage system.
The introduction of Nuage, brought
all the functionality of the Steinberg
Nuendo immediately to the fingertips
of the Temple of Tune engineers.
"Nuage was the first controller that
we were comfortable with," Gevaert
said. "You can use it with your eyes
closed, you don't need to look at which
button you are reaching for, it is so
intuitive. We fell in love with it from
the first minute."
The second Nuage system has been
installed in Temple of Tune's cinema
room, which is used to produce a wide
array of surround mixes.
Purchased through Yamaha dealer
Amptec and installed by the studios'
own technical staff, it has immediately
been put to work on 52 x 11-minute
episodes of Franco-Belgian animated
series My Knight And Me.
Genelec Updates 1032 Monitor
enelec has introduced the 1032C,
which upgrades its popular twoway nearfield monitor with the cuttingedge features and flexibility of Smart
Active Monitoring (SAM).
Offering the wide dynamic range,
pristine imaging and on/off axis
response for which the Genelec 1000
Series is known, the 1032C adds
advanced monitor auto-calibration and
networking software, plus significant
including a digital input, higher
SPL and increased low frequency
The 1032C fuses a suite of
contemporary technologies with the
celebrated qualities of the original including the same drivers, acoustic
design and soffit-mountable classic
styling. The result is a significantly
upgraded monitor built for the most
demanding modern music, postproduction and broadcast
studios, that nevertheless
retains the heritage and
appeal of both its 'A' and 'B'
version predecessors - a huge
sound from a small footprint.
The 1032C adds precise
and easy-to-achieve autocalibration. With SAM, the
1032C takes its place as part
of a family of Smart Active
Monitors from across the
Genelec range, all of which
can be used together to create
Using the GLM app, 1032C
owners can quickly and easily
optimise the performance of their setup for even the most difficult acoustic
Genelec 1032C adds cutting edge features