HHB Scrub Supports Real World Studios With Pro Tools HDX Upgrades

02-06-2014 05:20 PM

Scrub, the Soho-based subsidiary or our friends HHB Communications, has supplied equipment and services to renowned UK music recording facilities Real World Studios for upgrades to Avid Pro Tools HDX and version 11 software.
We featured Real Word Studios recently as Ben Findlay has been working there recently mixing two of the shows on Peter Gabriel’s “Back To Front” tour for cinema and DVD release.

Real World Studios are located near the City of Bath in the UK, and Scrub Technical Sales staff supplied Pro Tools HDX hardware I/O and version 11 software for the Big Room, an HDX system for the Wood Room and Pro Tools HD Native for the new Producer’s Cottage.
As you can see from the image above, the Big Room is Real World’s 800sqft main area that is centred around a 72-channel SSL 9000 XL K series analogue console and the studio is now benefiting from the increased headroom and track count provided by HDX as well as 5x more DSP per card, and up to 4x the track counts and 2x the I/O of Pro Tools HD Accel. Real World Recording Engineer Patrick Phillips told us….
Real World is an internationally renowned recording facility that is known for having the best recording equipment in the world. These Pro Tools upgrades ensure that we are at the leading-edge of audio technology, and the enhanced sound quality and efficiency of the equipment will be passed onto our clients. Scrub were very helpful by making the upgrades a seamless transition.