Use Cases

 

Julian Gough

  • November 25th 2013
  • Iris Networked Post System, Pyramix, Horus, DAW, Mic Pre

In responding to the continual squeeze on programme budgets, Sound Supervisor Julian Gough has drawn upon his 28 years in broadcast television sound to develop a cost-effective recording solution that can be transported in a family car and used in a confined location. The answer he arrived at is Iris Networked Post System, comprising of the Pyramix DAW and Horus ADDA Converter and Mic-Pre from Merging Technologies and one of the first assignments was for the BBC on board HMS Illustrious.

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Julien Tota

  • September 1st 2013

Ten years after the musical “les 10 commandements” Pascal Obispo has returned to the Parisian theatre world at the “Palais des Sports” with his new show: ADAM et EVE la Seconde Chance. At the time of pre-production, he had already shown confidence in Merging Technologies products by initially choosing Pyramix Virtual Studio to do the multi-track recording/mixing and sound design of the audio for the entire show...

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Parade of the Stars

  • September 1st 2013

Universal’s Superstar Parade is now open, bringing an entirely new form of entertainment to Universal Studios Florida that combines wildly creative floats with hundreds of performers to create whole new levels of fun and excitement. An all-new show experience that features larger-than-life floats, state-of-the-art technology and hundreds of energetic street performers.

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Jim Betteridge

  • September 1st 2013

Nestled in London's leafy west, Stationhouse Post is an oasis for those seeking to escape the hustle and bustle of London's media driven west-end. A 15 minutes tube ride from Soho brings you to the Olympia Conference Centre, small streets peppered with cafés, tiny bistros, relaxing parks and the home to one of London's stalwart Studios...

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Tomas Martin

  • September 29th 2015
  • Czech Radio, Studio Macac, Horus, Avid S6

Studio Macac is a newly re-equipped studio in a beautiful building. Horus is an essential component there.

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Marc Pasteau

  • March 5th 2015
  • RAVENNA/AES67, Pyramix, Horus, AoIP, Kali Son, Paris, Webcasting, Recording Live, Live Recording

Kali Son found numerous advantages in adding Horus to their existing Pyramix based recording system. A busy European schedule of concert recordings and webcasts needed a reliable solution.

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Bob Ludwig

  • August 8th 2012

Located in beautiful Portland, Maine, Grammy and Latin Grammy winning mastering engineer, Bob Ludwig, built Gateway Mastering Studios in 1992 with the intention of having the very best gear, monitoring and room acoustics possible...

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Morten Lindberg

  • August 4th 2014
  • Digital eXtreme Definition, Pure Audio Blu-ray, Pyramix, RAVENNA, Auro 3D, Horus, Hapi

Morten Lindberg sets new standards for recording and the delivery of high resolution audio to music lovers. Horus and now Hapi, are key elements of the Pyramix DXD recording system used by 2L. Read about this and other innovations that result in 9.1 Auro 3D recordings.

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Siril Gaare

  • September 1st 2013

Upon arriving at the airport in Trondheim, located up in the beginning of the vast expanses of northern Norway, one wouldn’t think that a hub of culture would be located in amongst the fir trees and fresh water lakes that can be seen when coming in for a landing. But the home of the Trøndelag Theatre is exactly that. Boasting the oldest, still working stage in Northern Europe.

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Marc Piéra

  • February 19th 2015
  • Ovation, Pyramix, Museum, Amadeus, PMX 4, PMX 5, La Grande Gallerie, Paris, MADI, atmosphere, Marc Piéra

Ovation, Pyramix and Horus are essential components to drive the Amadeus multi-speaker installation at La Grande Gallerie, Paris, France

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Victor Osadchev

  • December 6th 2013

Merging Technologies regularly supports the Student Recording and Design Competition at AES Conventions and the winner in Rome was Victor Osadchev of Gnesin Academy of Music in Moscow. Already a Pyramix user, he has some interesting information on the challenges faced in making his recording of the Shostakovich Cello Concerto No 2 Es-Dur.

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Andreas Klein

  • October 15th 2013

Andreas Klein is a recording engineer/producer and a concert pianist. A Pyramix user since 2006, Andreas has upgraded to Pyramix 8.1 and Horus to record concerts and sessions, sometimes featuring himself.

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Frederik Furnee

  • September 1st 2013

Amsterdam, The Amsterdam Music Theatre is aptly described as “a young theatre with a long history”. Its planning began right at the beginning of the 20th century, and in between then and its completion in 1986, it has seen no end of turmoil. Its proposed site was changed to just about every possible bit of open land in Amsterdam (it was even proposed to be a “mobile opera house” at one point!).

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