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In Brazil, Sao Paulo-based R3 Estudio Movel has launched a new OB vehicle named PowerTruck focused on recording and mixing audio for live broadcasts, music DVDs and streaming that is based around a Calrec Artemis Ray mixing console.
Isaias Rosa, R3’s recording and mixing engineer and multi Latin Grammy nominee, says that when assessing the audio console market, “the Artemis met all the requirements of our truck,” highlighting its versatility as a key quality that drew him to the console. “The truck is set up for mixing and recording music. The Artemis Ray has excellent sound quality; we use it in a 72-fader configuration, which is great for mixing live music as we have the faders set up on one layer.”
R3 Estudio Movel uses two Waves cards, one Dante card and six MADI cards. The on-stage setup includes 128 mic preamps and two MADI cards. The company creates about 40 music DVDs a year, including one recently for Sony Music’s Brazilian funk artist Nego do Borel, in addition to its work on live broadcasts and streaming.
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