Sydney, Australia (January 6, 2009)--Amsterdam, Holland-based TV, film and commercial post house Studio Alfred Klaassen has upgraded its four Fairlight QDC systems to the new Crystal Core (CC-1) engine.
Studio Alfred Klaassen recently upgraded its Studio 2 to incorporate a Fairlight Constellation console, while the remaining three studios are all equipped with Fairlight Satellite systems. Each of the four studios has PyxisTrack video and run from an Ardis Technology DDP server, which is capable of streaming both audio and video, providing the facility full sound and picture integration and reportedly making it easier to switch projects from one room to another.
Alfred Klaassen says, "By making use of the new Fairlight CC-1 platform, we are able to fully integrate all four studios to create one fluid working environment. Audio and video projects can now be swapped from room to room and moved from one person to another, which has significantly improved our workflow. The fact that we can now can easily open all kinds of audio and video files saves us a lot of transfer time and makes it possible for us to work much more efficiently. This was always our goal, and thanks to the upgrade to CC-1 we have now achieved exactly what we set out to do."
Studio Alfred Klaassen handles a variety of stereo and 5.1 surround sound projects for television, film and advertising agency clients. Benelux systems integration specialist Digital & Media Solutions handled the upgrade to the CC-1 platform.