Posts Tagged ‘Calrec folk’

Calrec Celebrates Biggest Ever Sale

We don’t often bang on about ourselves on this site, but today we will make an exception. Recently Calrec made its biggest ever single sale, a consignment of 14 consoles to South Korean broadcaster MBC. MBC purchased a variety of consoles, from a 64 fader Apollo to a 24 fader Artemis Light, to be used […]

*America is not broken

So, BVE is next week and we are all very excited about it – it’s the go-to broadcast show in the UK, and we are delighted to be leaving Yorkshire once again and driving the Calrec van to exotic London to show the Callisto and the Apollo consoles (stand D04, come see us and say […]

If only it were this fast…

For the last 14 weeks, Calrec has been digging, crushing, moving, lifting, pile-driving, concreting, chipping and building an extension at the rear of Calrec’s global HQ in Hebden Bridge. Above is the entire development as of 12th August, and represents six weeks of digging, and eight weeks of concreting! The building work is a major […]

Hyped and Amped!

Last weekend Calrec hosted a free open source hardware building workshop at its Nutclough Mill HQ, opening its doors to two groups of local people to help engage them to connect with technology. The event, which was booked out in a matter of hours, saw more than 30 people walked through the Mill doors to […]

Calrec Time-Lapse Expansion Plans

  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 […]