Allen & Heath’s iLive digital mixing system controlled the audio broadcast feed for Hungary’s answer to America’s hit reality TV show The Real World. Való Világ ran continuously for 164 days monitored by two separate systems which were both used for 24 hours a day, allowing the producers to select different material for the final daily edit.
Audmax, A&H’s national distributor, collaborated with system integrator Rexfilm to install an iDR10 modular MixRack in a studio room managing 32 inputs, and a second iDR10 in the CAR-room managing 24 inputs and 48 outputs. Both MixRacks were connected via ACE to iLive-144 control surfaces located in the sound control room, and fitted with Ethersound to network them together for input sharing. The programme’s sound engineers then used iLive Editor to manage both systems.
AudMax’s Attarki said: “iLive was selected for its responsive, simple interface as well as the system’s audio networking possibilities, the availability of a large number of channels, and the system’s renowned reliability.”