TRI Studios

Nov 1, 2011, By Blair Jackson

During their 30 years together, the Grateful Dead established themselves as audio innovators of the highest order (no pun intended). They were the first group to use top-shelf hi-fi components as part of their SR setup, and among the first to regularly employ monitor wedges. They hot-rodded everything from guitars to amplifiers to loudspeakers in search of cleaner and more powerful sound, and their justifiably legendary Wall of Sound system in the early ’70s remains a model (albeit a financially impractical one) of how to deliver pristine audio to large numbers of people. The Dead also always supported up-and-coming instrument and gear artisan, from Alembic and Doug Irwin on the guitar/bass front, to Meyer Sound loudspeakers and Gamble front-of-house and monitor boards. Guitarist Bob Weir and drummer Mickey Hart were both home studio pioneers. ...

The Magic of De Lane Lea

Sep 1, 2011, By Wes Maebe

I think that at some point every young aspiring sound engineer dreams of being involved with film. All those loud explosions, fantastic string arrangements, fast edits and, most of all, ginormous mixing desks. So when I moved to London as a student in the early 1990s, I walked past De Lane Lea dreaming of working on the next Bond movie. ...

SFP: New Rooms, 2011

Jul 1, 2011, By Sarah Benzuly

Mix Spotlights New Sound for Picture Post Production Facilities in 2011...

IDEAS Orlando post production facility spotSFP: IDEAS Orlando

Jul 1, 2011, By Tom Kenny

When you bill yourself as an “innovation studio,” part of a creative juggernaut of marketing and agency services—from story to shoot to edit to post to distribution—you need facilities and workflow that match the mission. After 20 years in south Orlando, IDEAS was in need of a new home, and in 2009, they found one downtown. ...

Music: Northern Lights Integrates Sound and Picture

Mar 1, 2011, By Barbara Schultz

Northern Lights is one of a new breed of multifaceted, creative companies that offer comprehensive graphics, video and audio services under one roof. Relatively new to the company is sound designer/composer/engineer/musician Damon Trotta, whose audio studio within Northern Lights went online this past August. ...

Elephant Symphony = ES Audio

Sep 8, 2010, Compiled by Sarah Benzuly

After six years in the business, music and post recording studio Elephant Symphony Studios has become ES Audio Recording Studios (Burbank, Calif.), a division of Open Call Productions....

Acoustics in Paradise

Aug 17, 2010, By Bruce Black

It was a dream come true for a guy like me: Not only would I design the acoustics for a major player’s personal mix room, but I’d be working in a dream location—a wooded hillside in Ojai, Calif. ...

Post FactoryNY | Film Space Adds Audio Post Services

Aug 4, 2010, Compiled by Sarah Benzuly

Mix Profiles Post Factory NY on Adding Audio Post Services With Bang Music...

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