Tadlow Music Announces Realtime Remote Recording in Prague for US Composers Via Internet

Film Music Magazine • January 27, 2009

London-based Tadlow Music has announced implementation of a full Source Connect remote recording system in Prague for their buyout recording packages featuring the City of Prague Philharmonic Orchestra for rates from USD$23 per hour per musician for film and television scoring.

Source Connect technology allows realtime remote recording by connecting the orchestra recording studio directly to a composer’s home studio utilizing the Internet and ProTools plug-ins, eliminating the need for composers and other music team members to travel to foreign countries to supervise the score recording process.

Tadlow also announced upgrades to the orchestra’s recording studio including new Millennia pre-amps, a new microphone collection, and new percussion. Recent projects by Tadlow utilizing the Prague orchestra include the videogame “Call to Duty: World at War”, a project for Microsoft, and films for composers including David Lawrence and Javier Navarette.

For complete information on remote recording in Prague, visit http://www.tadlowmusic.com

Comments

By Nic Ziemczik on January 28th, 2009 at 10:23 am

This is not so hot news. Did you ever know about Capellen Music Production? This is Czech based company especialized for Film and Pop Symphony and they do offer remote recording, too. But what’s exciting, they do provide many more coherent services like orchestration, music preparation, etc. at no cost! Check their website at: http://www.capellen.cz and hear some sound samples! The sound is far superior than anything from competition!

By John Coleman on January 28th, 2009 at 2:50 pm

This is not news, http://www.czechfilmorchestra.com has already been doing source connect sessions in Prague for 3 years for all the top film studios, and hires much better orchestras than Tadlow music.

By Dan Carter on January 29th, 2009 at 11:14 am

This looks more like a press release than a news item. But… that’s what are press releases are for.

By Elaine Beckett on January 29th, 2009 at 9:04 pm

Trackdown Scoring Stage (www.trackdown.com.au) in Sydney has also been doing source connect (remote recording) scores for over 2 years.

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