Lisbon-based post facility Loudness Films reports that it is making the most of its space by deploying small Draco tera compact KVM matrix switch from IHSE to enable operators to access computers housed tens of metres away in a central server room. Each workstation can be instantly connected to any source device.
Branko Neskov, founder of Loudness Films, said, “Working on the sound for a film, a sound engineer can operate the main mixing desk while viewing audio monitoring setup on a monitor, or can access the ProTools systems or Dolby RMU settings using the same monitor.
“This reduces the number of screens in the dubbing theatre. Individuals can select what they want to see in front of them, rather than interrupt a colleague or move to see a different screen.”