Archive for the ‘Calrec Events’ Category
Earlier this year Calrec secured planning permission to build a purpose-designed manufacturing facility on its Nutclough Mill site in Hebden Bridge, West Yorkshire.
Calrec has always been based in Hebden Bridge, and Nutclough Mill has been its global headquarters for the last 25 years. All Calrec equipment is designed, built and tested from this location – [...]
Now that the dust has settled on the inaugral Up Your Output! AES student event, we were contacted by Nikolay Georgiev, this year’s Chairman of the Student Event Subcommittee.
Alongside other industry manufacturers such as Prism, Canford and Focusrite, Calrec took an Artemis console to the SAE in London in March. Over 80 students attended [...]
During the presentation given by Calrec’s Theo Schulte at BVE today on the company’s contribution to the drive for ever more environmentally-friendly technology, we were lucky enough to grab this photo of the great man in action:
Thanks to a fluke of exposure caused by some spectacularly amateurish photography on my part, Theo’s Powerpoint screen is, [...]
Ahead of the doors opening on BVE 2013 at its new venue – ExCel in East London’s Royal Docks – here’s the complete Audio Theatre session programme for the three days.
The programme will see days dedicated to ‘Sustainability and Audio’, ‘Audio Networking’, and ‘Audio for DSLR’ and will cover practical insights from end users. technological [...]
Howduino (or, “How do we know” in real English) are weekend long workshops for “tinkerers, inventors (and) artists” and are designed to encourage participants to take an active role in electronics and programming. The workshops revolve around a tiny, basic and very cheap computer called Arduino, that can be used to control all manner of [...]