Jaroslavas Borabas Has Been Promoted to Chief ISDN Engineer at ALT Recording Studios in Brighton

Hove, United Kingdom, January 29, 2010 --(PR.com)-- Jaroslavas Borabas has been promoted to chief ISDN engineer at ALT Recording Studios in Brighton effective immediately. Jaroslavas brings a wealth of voice over recording, computer networking, broadcast IT and audio installations experience.

Jarolsavas will be heading up the engineering team and developing this new business are for ALT Recording Studios. ALT Recording Studios aim to become a major consultant and systems installer for the Broadcast IT market.
The heart of the new ISDN studio is the ProntoNet LC+, a multi-algorithm stereo audio codec over IP and ISDN, supporting many popular coding algorithms i.e. G711, G722, MPEG1/2 Layer II, MPEG1/2 Layer III and uncompressed linear audio (PCM).

ALT Recording Studios in Brighton have the environment and facilities to cover all aspects of recording from recording and mixing, post production (with an audio visual suite), HD mastering, sound design and composition to voice over and audio book recording. At the heart of the recording studios is a Pro tools HD 2 system (x2) with C24 control surfaces together with an Allen and Heath 32:8:2 analogue desk for analogue mixing. They provide a mixture of classic, analogue audio equipment and cutting-edge digital technology.

ALT Recording Studios
Stephen Smith
01273 711 749