TV Production Resumes, With Strict Protocols In Place October 9th 2020 - 09:00 AM

As TV and movie production studios begin to slowly resume operations, they are doing so very carefully and with a number of government-mandated protocols for safe working in place. Some say these operational restrictions—limited crew, remote control when possible, non-essential personnel are not allowed—are significantly adding to the tim…

UK’s Intergence Selects Custom Consoles For New NOC December 14th 2018 - 09:00 AM

Custom Consoles has supplied several of its height-adjustable technical desks and display screen supports for Intergence Systems Ltd, a IT managed services company. The project comprised seven SystemTwoLite desks, a dual MediaPost and single MediaPost display screen supports plus 10 desk-mounting computer screen support arms. These were assembled on site in…

Equipping an Audio Studio Beyond Recording Gear June 29th 2018 - 08:00 AM

When making a checklist of essential equipment for a recording studio, most prospective buyers cite only the gear that handles the audio. In many cases, little attention is paid up-front to non-audio staples that are needed by every studio. These “comfort” items tend to send many budgets over the top.

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