Yesterday, I was mixing FOH for a production that will end up on PBS later this year. It was a pretty massive affair- 8 people in the band (including a massive percussion setup, whistles and bagpipes, piano, etc...), 14 piece string section, playback and a vocalist out front. The patch was over 80 channels.
The producers of the show hired Guy Charbonneau and Le Mobile to record the gig. They were an amazing crew to work with- attention to every detail was paid in preproduction, from Monitors and FOH through the record chain. The rehearsals were scouted and there was careful coordination with the performance venue.
When I saw the truck, I had to pick my jaw up off the ground. It is absolutely spectacular. The centerpiece was a Neve console and multiple huge Pro Tools systems. There were numeruos racks of the best gear available installed there, some modern and some vintage. Acoustically, the space was pretty impressive as well- when the back door was shut, I heard absolutely nothing from outside. Judging by the weight of the door, I'm sure he's worked very hard on the truck to maintain a good acoustic environment. It was one of those situations where you walk into a space and you can't help but think- "Oh, this is how it is supposed to be done."
It is definitely a pleasure to work alongside people whose professional standards are this high. And no, I have no photos as I just didn't have time during our [short] 18 hour day.
There is information for their truck on their website: Le Mobile Remote Recording Studio - on location - professional on location multi-track audio recording studio - Digital - Analog
if you aren't familliar with them already.