Broadcast audio specialist Red TX has joined Europe’s live recording initiative Remote Recording Network. Whilst contributing to managing and engineering music and broadcast assignments, RRN offers solutions for a variety of transmission, recording, mixing, mastering, duplication and publishing.
Peter Brandt, head of Remote Recording Network, commented: “Bringing Red TX into RRN will benefit our European customers by giving them access to a fully digital truck based in Europe that can handle high-end surround sound projects, particularly for broadcast.”
Red TX has two art recording units, RED 1 and RED 2. Both are equipped with Studer Vista 8 Digital Mixers, PMC 5.1 surround sound monitoring and Pyramix, Pro Tools and Reaper recording systems. They also have extensive racks of outboard equipment and digital effects. RED 2 will be located as required, between the RRN HQ in Germany and Eurosound bv’s base in The Netherlands, while RED 1 will remain at Red TX’s premises in the UK.
Tim Summerhayes, CEO of Red TX, added:: “I have known Peter Brandt for many years and we have worked together on numerous projects in the past. I am very excited by this collaboration because it allows us to utilise our combined technical resources in a very effective way. There is a huge requirement for mobile digital recording facilities in Europe and by joining forces with the Remote Recording Network we can now provide the necessary human and technical resources to meet this demand.”