Originally located on Margaret Street in Soho, London, Lucky Cat owner Jonathan Myers has moved the business to a larger premises on Poland Street to make space for new audio post production suites that complement its existing video department.
?Sales and technical staff from Scrub and HHB worked with the company to provide and install an Avid D-Command console, Pro Tools HDX and v10 software, Genelec DSP monitoring system and a host of other equipment from Neumann, Blackmagic and Focusrite.
“We have numerous types of projects coming through the door so I need a lot of faders at my disposal, and the D-Command is the perfect size," said Lucky Cat audio engineer Craig Budd. "The new HDX system is also very powerful and reliable, which allows me to be quicker and more creative.
“I have been using Genelec loudspeakers for the past 12 years because they translate very well to TV, they sound great and I can trust them. Since I was coming into a new room that I was unfamiliar with, I wanted that extra piece of mind that the DSP provides because I know they are aligned specifically for the space.”
“We need to be certain our new facilities stand up to the test without fault. Both John and I have had a relationship with the people at Scrub for many years and they have always impressed me by being technically astute and very accommodating.”
Scrub salesman Devin Workman added: “Craig and Jonathan are very experienced and well known in the post production world and they knew what they wanted from the start. It became our job to support them along the way and ensure that the installation went smoothly, without any technical interruptions. We look forward to working with them in the future as they expand their business and facilities.”
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