One of the biggest challenges for producers in 2020 was the hard pivot that was needed when it became clear that the world would be leaning in toward high-end remote production.
Here at LiveX, that meant rethinking our studio space, which was already capable of handling any kind of remote work necessary, but which also featured space for in-person events that would quickly become obsolete due to the pandemic.
We spent the early part of the year reconfiguring the LiveX studio. While we've always maintained REMIs, we've expanded by multiples our capacity for remotes. One of the biggest transitions we made was ensuring that Zoom productions become turnkey, while still providing advanced features throughout the studio and adding plenty of additional remote capabilities which enable us to run multiple high-end productions at one time.
We were thrilled to be asked to participate in this years StreamGeeks Summit and to be asked to give their attendees a look at our redesigned studio space. As part of the program, LiveX Coordinating Producer Anna Cowdery gave viewers a look at our master control room, two new REMI control rooms, our gear room, along with the area we call the Zoom Farm.
Take a look at the tour in the video below and feel free to contact us with any questions you might have by emailing us at email@example.com