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From Stadium to Studio, East or West

Remote Recording, Skywalker Sound and The Hit Factory have embarked on a marketing alliance in which the mobile recording facility will use The Hit Factory 7/01/2004 8:00 AM Eastern

Karen Brinton of Remote Recording (left) and Hit Factory's Zoe Thrall

Remote Recording, Skywalker Sound and The Hit Factory have embarked on a marketing alliance in which the mobile recording facility will use The Hit Factory for music mixing and post on the East Coast and Skywalker in the West. “It's a great way to keep our clients assured of only the best sound engineers, technology and creative input with only one phone call,” commented Karen Brinton, VP of Remote Recording. “It also allows us to take advantage of competitive pricing at the same time.”

Virgin Records A&R VP Michelle Ryang said, “When I heard from Karen that Remote Recording, The Hit Factory and Skywalker Sound were creating a joint alliance, I was extremely excited! Not only are they combining the best of all worlds, it's all with studios that provide extremely high-quality products. The ability to create a package deal is very appealing to me since it creates an efficiency in coordinating this type of project, which is becoming much more frequent.”

Skywalker Sound's Leslie Ann Jones

“I have great respect for the excellent quality both Remote Recording and The Hit Factory represent,” said Leslie Ann Jones, director of music recording and scoring at Skywalker Sound. “Client satisfaction has always been one of our primary goals, and this new partnership represents an unbeatable combination.”

“Our clients can now take advantage of our individual strengths — live recording, music mixing and post-production — all in a one-stop shop,” added Hit Factory general manager Zoe Thrall.

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