How Dig One helps its community of media professionals stay creative
The thing is, Eric had been trying to get his team and clients to work virtually for years. Finally in 2019, he launched “Operation Get Me Home” — upgrading Dig One to full video and audio web-connectivity in every control room and sound booth.
- Each Audio Engineer is assigned to a single studio, no musical chairs.
- Talent has separate entrances to the recording booths, social distancing via soundproof glass.
- Each booth is limited to one actor per day.
- All sanitizing and mask protocols observed.
- ISDN, IPDTL and other systems for remote recording.
- EVO shared storage server allowing contributors from multiple locations.
- Avid Cloud Collaboration to work with home-based sound designers.
- Remote video and audio access for client supervision.
- Producers and Sound Designers work from home.
- And a bottle of Maker’s Mark on the front desk.
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