The Guy Rowland Broadcast Studio is part of Audio Collective, a British network of sound professionals and facitlies. GRB Studios is used for dubbing, sound design, foley, tracklay, mixing, recording and music composition.
GRB has been used for many network TV shows such as The Slammer, Absolute Genius, Hoopla! and Sam and Mark’s Big Friday Wind Up. Shows are often finally mixed and reviewed at a conventional post facility, but in some cases final broadcast mixes have been made here. Typically either option results in substantial cost savings to production, whilst actually increasing the amount of time available to work on a show. Please visit the Audio Collective website for more information on how this works, case studies etc.
Digital Audio Workstations
Avid Pro Tools – Merging Technologies Pyramix
Adobe Audition – Steinberg Cubase – Cakewalk Sonar
Avid Media Composer
Avid Artist Series
Sonnox – Audio Ease – Waves – Zynapiq – Izotope
Music Sample Libraries and Virtual Instruments
Project Sam – Audiobro – Cinesamples – East West – VSL
Orchestral Tools – Spitfire – 8dio – Westgate – Soundiron
Band, Synths, Beats
Spectrasonics – Native Instruments – Fable – Orange Tree
Toontrack – Sonokinetic – Wavelore