Flexible management of live AV recordings at London’s Royal Academy of Music
The Royal Academy of Music is Britain’s oldest conservatoire. The world renown institution was founded in 1822, and is currently housed in three historic buildings in the heart of London.
The Academy recently embarked on a long-term program to upgrade and update its buildings and technical facilities. The objective is to facilitate a more efficient and comfortable centralized environment in which producers can manage the wide variety of recordings and live productions undertaken each year.
“We need to accurately manage sound and picture at the very highest levels of quality so that producers and editors can create the best possible material for live transmission and recordings. IHSE KVM extenders allow us to meet that challenge by providing instant access to centralized production, editing and recording tools from several locations around the facilities, making it an efficient and straightforward process.“ David Gleeson, Head of Recording
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