Posts Tagged ‘The_Calrec_Community’
What more could anyone want to find under their tree on Christmas morning than this little trio of gifts? No they’re not massive boxes of gold, frankincense and myrrh but three sparkly new Artemis consoles. And who are the lucky recipients? None other than CNBC in their Englewood Cliffs facility in NJ.
And if you think [...]
I recently posted about the world’s oldest sound system which is essentially clever architecture that maximises the acoustics in a Maya temple. Well now I’ve unearthed a modern take on building a temple which special acoustic properties. This however is the antithesis of the Maya’s efforts. Rather than use a building as a loudspeaker Berlin based [...]
I think it’s safe to say that Great Britain managed to pull it off. It was well organised with the most extensive coverage ever, in 5.1 and 3D, and to top it all 3rd on the medal table with more golds than we’ve had for a century! As the sun sets on this summer’s extravaganza [...]
Last Monday Hebden Bridge saw a month’s worth of rain in two hours, causing flash flooding in the town centre and in Calrec’s Nutclough Mill. The photo on the right is outside Calrec’s third floor entrance on Keighley Road, which for several hours broke into a rather fast flowing river. Calrec staff waded out to [...]
It’s over and most international visitors are now back at their desks ploughing through a mountain of emails.
So how did NAB go? Well, the NAB themselves seem happy with preliminary attendance figures of 92,112 attendees, which is very slightly up on 2011 figures (but only by 180 visitors). They also reported an increase in [...]