NewsGoldcrest London upgrades DFC to allow full mixing flexibility

Goldcrest London upgrades DFC to allow full mixing flexibility

Monday, 10th April 2017

Goldcrest upgrade DFC to allow full mixing flexibility

Goldcrest recently upgraded their DFC 3D to the latest desk version and mix software. This, along with some modifications to the console frame by furniture designers Frozen Fish, allows fully modular operation of the console.  Goldcrest can offer 2 types of mixing technology in the one console frame; AMS DFC 3D and AVID S6. Building on the modular system Goldcrest developed in conjunction with AMS and Frozen Fish, the new upgrade gives us the ability to quickly build a console with the position of the faders dictated by the mixer. Everything is ergonomically integrated into the one frame. No RSI inducing bodge-ups to get a Pro Tools controller into the mixing sweet spot.  Theatre 1 can now be configured as a 72 fader dual operator DFC, a 48 fader dual operator S6 M40 or most combinations in-between on both the Dialogues and FX sides of the board.

 

Studio Manager Rob Weatherall said ‘we already had the most flexible and technically advanced film mix theatre in the country. This new upgrade builds on that.’

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