Pray-As-Your-Go

Client Requirement:

Kazbar Systems was engaged to build a complete studio and live space for Pray as You Go Studios in central London. In addition we specified and supplied the Apple Mac Mini, all recording equipment, cabling and installation.

 

Banner of three construction photos for Jesuits Pray as You Go Studios.

 

Pray as You Go Studios

Faith organisation Jesuits In Britain were recommended to Kazbar Systems by studio designer Howard Turner from Studio Wizard. Based in Mount St, Mayfair, West London, the Jesuits required a facility to record their Pray as You Go (PAYG) online broadcasts.
Emma Holland who is the studio engineer and responsible for recording and producing the PAYG broadcasts, liaised with Dave Eccleston, Technical Manager from Kazbar Systems. As a result, we turned their studio plans into a finished broadcasting reality.

 

 

Pray as You Go control room with studio engineer

 

Although a compact studio, this build had its own degree of challenges. The studio location is situated on the third floor of the building, due to the inherent weight of a full studio build, the current floor structure was not capable of handling this additional structure.
The solution was to lift the old floor and reinforce the base with additional steels to bolster the floor before further materials were installed.

 

Three photos banner of the finished Pray as You Go Recording Studio.

Kazbar Systems supplied and handled all aspects of the installation, from working with Howard Turner on detail of the plans, studio build through to studio equipment specification and installation.
Emma Holland worked with Dave Eccleston on studio equipment specification and details. The studio Control Room is based around an Apple iMac Mini connected via Thunderbolt to a Focusrite Claret 8 Pre Audio Interface. The Claret is wired direct to the Live Room custom wall box where the microphones for the PAYG broadcasts are recorded.
The chosen speaker monitoring was Focal Solo 6BE’s placed on IsoAcoustic L8R200 Speaker Stands, talkback, speaker and headphone control is handled by a Presonus Monitor Station V2.

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