CRAFT: Scramble Sound to offer first top-quality integrated facility

Scramble Sound, a pounds 2.5 million digital audio complex in Covent Garden, launched this week as a one-stop-shop video and sound house - London’s first, according to the founders.

Scramble Sound, a pounds 2.5 million digital audio complex in Covent

Garden, launched this week as a one-stop-shop video and sound house -

London’s first, according to the founders.



Scramble, the brainchild of the audio engineer, Bill Gautier, will

handle the full scope of audio work for TV ads in its three digital

studios. But it will also be digitally linked with the video post-

production house, Complete Video.



Although Complete and Scramble are separate companies, the link is

designed to allow easy computer control of both sets of equipment at

either facility.



Gautier told Campaign: ‘I truly believe this is the first time that top-

end audio has ever been properly integrated with top-end picture

production. It makes the whole process of change far easier for the

client. One of the major factors for me as a sound man is that I have

video machines on the end of a wire, which gives me a guarantee of final

production control.’



Andrew Christie, the managing director at Complete, said that London had

been crying out for a truly integrated sound facility offering a

combination of the best crew and technology.



Scramble is equipped with two AMS Neve Logic 2 mixing desks and a Logic

3, all of which have high-capacity audiofile output.



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