Studer Chases Mic Levels

Sound supervisor Adrian Harding-Jones used Harman's Studer Vista 1 digital console with VistaMix automatic mic mixing for the seventh series of ITV's game show, The Chase.
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London, UK (June 28, 2013)-Sound supervisor Adrian Harding-Jones used Harman's Studer Vista 1 digital console with VistaMix automatic mic mixing for the seventh series of ITV's game show, The Chase.

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This was one of several changes for the game show, which for this series relocated from its traditional home-the London Studios on the South Bank-to Teddington Studios. Harding-Jones' company, Audio Design Inspiration, joined forces with Tony Revell Sound. In addition to VistaMix, it was also the first time a Cedar DNS8 Live had been used as a mic noise suppressor on individual microphones.

According to Harding-Jones, "I was looking for [a] desk that would easily fit into a tight control room without the need for a hardwired installation. Having all connectivity on the desk, along with the small footprint, made the Vista 1 an ideal solution."

Harding-Jones mixes eight radio mics, three stereo channels of music playback/grams and two channels of VT on The Chase. A further 15 channel sends to VT allow sample accurate timing of all elements being recorded.

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