How broadcast sound recording company Red TX is dealing with the quick turn around of bands while capturing the audio for ITV2's Live at IndigO2 series.

Filmed at the eponymous London venue - an intimate music hall attached to the O2 Arena - the seven-part series, produced by Spin Productions, showcases three live performances in each episode.

Presented by Caroline Flack, the aim of the show is to capture the feel of a real gig by recording genuine audience reaction to what the bands are doing on stage.

Red TX director Conrad Fletcher, who is the engineer for the project on board Red TX's main OB truck, said it is a pretty tough gig as there is a quick turnaround between bands.

“Normally we link up to the house PA system at the venue for our broadcast splits, but one or two of the bands brought in external systems that gave us some interesting interface issues to deal with,” he said.

“However, we quickly managed to iron those out. We're recording each band live and in stereo and backing up to multi-track. There is time for a quick re-mix if it's needed but so far none of the bands has requested this.”

Each episode of Live At IndigO2 features three tracks from the headline act, two from the support and one from the first band on stage. However, the entire evening's output is recorded so that New Stream Media can select tracks for additional internet and mobile release.

To date, four episodes have been recorded featuring Paul Weller, The Courteeners, Scouting For Girls, The Enemy (pictured), One Night Only, Amy McDonald, The Zutons, Alphabeat, Royworld, The Charlatans, We Are Scientists and Newton Faulkner.

Spin Productions has three more episodes to record and these will be shot, edited and broadcast during July.

Series producer Jim Parsons commissioned Red TX. Explaining his decision to use the company he said: “When you are recording live performances you don't have much preparation time and you certainly don't have the option of a second take, so you have to get it right first time.”

Using its mobile recording facilities Red TX provides concert recording and broadcast service to the music and television industries.