Posts Tagged ‘Apollo’
Not our words, the words of Stuart Cruice.
Stuart is a Sound Guarantee Engineer at NEP Visions, and was one of the first people to attend Calrec’s programme of free one-day Apollo training sessions at the Hilton Kensington in London this week. Hosted by UK Sales Manager Jim Green, the training consists of a complete overview of the [...]
Being a Yorkshireman I’ve grown accustomed to automatically gaining the reputation for being fiscally frugal. This preconception however may have some truth in it because whenever I’m offered the chance to get something for free I do believe that it is the right price.
Now it’s your chance to get something free from us. Following the [...]
I’ve just stumbled upon a page on the NASA site that was added more than two years ago, so apologies for appearing to be a bit behind the curve, but I make no apologies for raising awareness of it now.
In 2009 the US space administration published a selection of audio recordings from Apollo 11 to [...]
BSkyB are arguably the most experienced broadcaster in the world when it comes to live mixing in 5.1. They launched their HD Sky Sports channel in 2006, setting a template for HD and 5.1 production for years to come. They were equally forward-thinking when it came to 3D, and were one of the first broadcasters [...]
BSkyB’s new five storey $250 million production facility, Harlequin One, which has been built to house Sport, General Entertainment, Broadcast Ops and Broadcast Services, is reputed to be the most environmentally-friendly building of its kind, with a Class A BREEAM rating. Its green credentials also extend to the equipment it houses, which includes a pair [...]