Pro Tools HDX at the
University of East London
When the University of East London decided it was time for their students to experience an industry-standard recording environment, Jigsaw24’s audio team sourced, tested, pre-configured and installed a Pro Tools HDX setup, then provided handover training for the department staff.
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What did they need?
As the focus of their courses moved from performance to production, UEL wanted cutting edge audio equipment that would prepare their students for work in a professional recording environment.
How did we help?
Having worked with UEL since their first studios were installed a decade ago, we were the natural choice to help them design and configure a Pro Tools HDX setup that would support their teaching goals, then kit out the live room and recording studio. We also provided handover training to staff, so they could hit the ground running at the start of the academic year.
What were the benefits?
Our pre-configuration and testing of hardware and software meant UEL had a reduced risk of downtime. Students are now developing industry-applicable skills, and staff are more equipped to meet curriculum goals. Staff and students are also motivated to create more complex projects.
"Jigsaw24 are a company with which we have a well-established rapport that has been cultivated over many years. They have been with us ever since the early days of specifying and installing our very first recording studios over eight years ago, and we trust their expertise."
Neil Martin, Technical associate, University of East London.
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Who are the University of East London?
The University of East London, in the regeneration areas of Stratford and Docklands, is home to over 28,000 students from more than 120 countries across the globe, giving it a rich, diverse mix of backgrounds. Their mission statement is "to be an enterprising, international university bringing transformational opportunities to individuals, communities and businesses in our region, through diversity, partnership and excellence in teaching and research".