Broadcast News

Bookmark and Share
03/01/2019

AMS Neve Transforms Demo Room In Lancashire

News Image
AMS Neve has transformed a demo room at its Lancashire headquarters into fully fledged recording studio complete with a 3.5 meter square control room, a live room and a vocal booth.

To complement the space and give the studio a truly professional feel, AMS Neve has installed PMC MB3 XBDA monitors, which were chosen for their clarity, detail and power.

"The primary purpose of this new facility is to demonstrate our consoles and their features at any level of detail, within a top-tier studio environment," says AMS Neve's Distribution Manager David Walton. "We needed monitors that made a statement to go along with the AMS Neve equipment in the room. We have several sets of PMC monitors installed in our large showroom (and have used them during many exhibitions and demonstrations) and we are very happy with them, but the visual statement the MB3 XBD's make in the studio is one of sheer power. Then you listen to them and you realise just how fantastic they sound with jaw-dropping performance. Plus, they are made in Britain, which is something we are very proud to promote about AMS Neve equipment."

AMS Neve's new studio was originally installed in the mid-1980s as a place where the ground breaking Audiofile digital audio editor could be demonstrated. Since then the space has used for many purposes but never as a fully working studio.

"A few years ago we opened our large showroom floor to showcase our products and at that point it became clear that we also needed an environment where equipment could be used as intended," Walton adds. "We decided to refurbish the studio from the ground up, creating a control room that is acoustically designed to be 'flat' so any particular sound is presented as intended without additional influence - the entire frequency range 'pops' right at you in there."

Alongside the PMC monitors, the studio is equipped with a fully-loaded Neve Genesys Black G32 console and there is scope to bring in a Neve BCM10/2 Mk2 console if customers want to demo it in a fully working studio environment. There are also several AMS Neve 500-series modules and a 33609N stereo limiter/compressor, plus any number of Neve outboard units can be installed and patched into the console as needed. A full range of analogue and digital I/O is also available and the room is fully networked too, so that multi-channel audio can easily be sent to/from other rooms in the building.

AMS Neve has several sets of PMC IB1S monitors, several pairs of TwoTwo8s, Wafers in the ceiling of its Dolby Atmos demonstration area and a pair of Twenty:26 floor-standing monitors in its presentation area. But it is the MB3 XBDA system that really makes David Walton happy.

AMS Neve's new studio is easily large enough for a band to play together and Walton suspects local musicians and producers will show interest in using it, given the level of equipment it offers.

www.pmc-speakers.com
Solidmate Ltd Memory Card Hire London

Top Related Stories
Click here for the latest broadcast news stories.

23/10/2017
Unity Audio Supply Monitors For University Upgrade
As part of a system upgrade at The London College of Music at the University of West London, Unity Audio has installed six Rock MKII monitors and Aval
06/03/2020
Producer Max Gikes Installs PMC IB1SA Monitors
Producer Max Gilkes Allows His PMC Monitoring To Naturally Evolve Editorial : Producer Max Gilkes has taken a Darwinian approach to his latest equipme
17/11/2017
UK Studios: An International Success Story
It has often been said that Hollywood is the most recognisable film industry in the world, with hundreds of movies and television series generated eve
07/09/2017
JVC To Show Two Prototype 4K Studio Monitors At IBC
JVC will demonstrate prototypes of two new studio models at IBC, each featuring 10-bit panels and 12-bit colour processing. The DT-U28 is a 28-inch UH
05/07/2017
DPA's New Mobile Studio-Quality Audio To Be On Show At IBC 2017
DPA's new d:vice MMA-A Digital Audio Interface will be on show at IBC 2017 (booth 8.D70). It will give European broadcasters their first opportunity t
12/05/2017
New Analogue Studio 'In Love With Imaging & Reliability' Of Genelec Monitors
Whilst the overall landscape for professional studios has not been without its challenges in recent years, the growth of the residential market has be
08/08/2017
Sonifex Mixers Selected For University Radio Studio
Sonifex S2 mixers and S2 Solutions furniture have been installed at Rebel, a Students' Union radio station based at Essex University in Colchester. Ho
20/07/2017
Changing Studio Requirements
When we opened our studios in 2008 it was in the belief that there would be an inevitable demand for online videos, writes Andy Woodruff, Camberwell S
13/06/2017
New Price Point For Atomos Shogun Studio
Atomos have confirmed a new price point for their Shogun Studio rack-mounted, two-channel 4K/HD recorder and playback desk with dual 7" IPS monitors.
27/04/2017
Absen LED Revamps Hungary's TV2 Studio
Hungary's TV2's Tenyek has invested in Absen as part of its studio redesign, to keep it as fresh and current as the news it airs. The news programme o
07/04/2017
The Future Of UK Studio Build
Amadeus Acoustic Solutions' BOXY modular studio system enjoyed a highly successful debut at BVE 2017 with visitors queuing to sample the room's enviro
15/08/2011
Best Of British Come Together For Recording Success
London’s historic Abbey Road studios have chosen Burnley audio and production specialists AMS Neve to supply their latest recording console. The state
14/09/2017
21 Years In Studio Furniture
When we commenced operations in February 1996, our aim was to reduce the need for expensive 'bespoke' desks which added significantly to the cost of m
29/08/2017
Studio Technologies Unveils Model 5401
Studio Technologies has announced details of the Model 5401 Dante Master Clock. The Model 5401 provides precise timing signals for applications that u
17/10/2017
Acoustics For Small Studios
Traditionally, film and television post production has been carried out in large purpose-built studios, which makes sense from an acoustic point of vi