The firm supplied London-based Bubble TV with both 16-fader D-Control and eight-fader D-Command consoles as part of the equipment overhaul. The facility is now running the latest Pro Tools HDX system with v10 software and additional digital HD I/O as well, while a TC Electronic TM9 TouchMonitor loudness meter was also supplied as part of the project.
Based in the heart of London’s post production community, Bubble TV is an award-winning boutique sound and picture post facility, providing full services to broadcasters, advertisers and content producers in the UK and around the world, including MTV and Hit Entertainment. The company also owns and operates Duck Lane Studios and Silk Sound in Soho, and recently embarked on a multi-million pound investment program that has led to several major hardware upgrades and building renovations.
“We’re constantly looking to stay ahead of the game and invest in our facilities. We’re delighted with our new consoles," said Chris Phinikas, Bubble TV's owner and CEO. "They will help our sound engineers create even better content and offer our clients a wider variety of options.”
Head of sales for Scrub, Ben Scully, added: “We have been working with Bubble TV and their sister company Silk Sound for many years, so it was only natural that when they decided to upgrade that we supplied them with the latest systems from Avid. They are very impressed with the optimised functionality of the Avid consoles and the speed and power of Pro Tools HDX.”
“Pro Tools HDX and the new Avid consoles have given us a powerful upgrade and made our studios truly state-of-the-art facilities," commented Bubble TV head of audio, Adrian Walter. "The new Pro Tools systems provide numerous new features that enable us to work creatively, in a fast and efficient manner. Scrub is a very knowledgeable company who were very helpful throughout the upgrade.”
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