Roberto Buonomo, Technical Manager with Cinevideo, said, “With our new Waves truck, we wanted to ensure that we are fully ready to support our customers with a high-end, UHD HDR truck as their UHD needs grow. We are receiving more requests than we can handle with one UHD truck, our Dolphin 7.0. Our Waves 12G truck — a 20-camera vehicle built without compromise as the infrastructure is all 12G — has already made its debut, at the Olimpico Stadium Champions League match between Lazio and Bayern Munich as a 4K production for Sky Italia.”
Cinevideo was formed in 1983 and occupies a leading position in the Italian OB market with a large OB fleet specialised in High Frame Rate Shooting. It began its relationship with Calrec with two Artemis Light consoles in its Dolphin 7.0 unit, immediately recognising that even technicians and operators unfamiliar with the desk can quickly get up and running.
Buonomo continues, “With Dolphin 7.0, we installed a separate audio production room for the first time, which has worked very well. We have done the same with Waves 12G, but rather than installing two Artemis and two router cores, we chose the self-contained Brio as the second console. It is so powerful and compact we only need one router core. The two consoles are connected using Calrec’s Hydra2 which provides great flexibility and full redundancy. Very soon after we started using Calrec we began recommending them to others. The quality is very high across all aspects, including, of course, sound quality. We also appreciate Leading Technologies’ help; despite the pandemic situation, the consoles arrived quickly and we are taking advantage of Calrec’s remote commissioning capabilities to officially commission the consoles.”