Burlington, MA (December 13, 2013)—Florida-based Full Sail University has implemented a complete end-to-end Avid workflow at its on-campus post production facility.
The new system is comprised of one Avid System 5 console that augments Full Sail University’s existing Avid Pro Tools|HDX audio mixing and editing system, Avid Video Satellite software, and the Avid ISIS 2000 storage solution.
“Full Sail University has demonstrated a commitment to preparing students for the demands of an ever-changing and highly competitive media landscape,” said W. Sean Ford, vice president of worldwide marketing and CMO, Avid. “With Avid’s proven and trusted solutions, Full Sail students will be training on the tools most-relied upon by the industry’s preeminent creative professionals, broadcast organizations, and post-production houses to produce, collaborate and share content.”
“The Avid System 5 console provides a flexible intuitive workflow, which enables us to better support the student and professional projects here at Full Sail,” said Michael Orlowski, dubbing stage engineer at Full Sail University. “One of my favorite things about the System 5 console is its compatibility with our Project LaunchBox initiative, allowing students to connect their laptops directly to the System 5. They can begin a project at home or on campus, then bring it to our Dolby-approved Dubbing Stage for the final mixing. When we complete the mix, the students can take all of the audio and automation with them, thus providing a seamless experience.”