At the Euphonix Booth at NAB, from left; Michael Pang, ACE; Rob Lewis, Euphonix, Jenny Li, Shaw Brothers; Eric Stark, HKMC; Wendy Nam, Shaw Brothers; and Russell Waite, Euphonix
Film company The Shaw Brothers, which founded Hong Kong’s movie industry and is a major shareholder of the Hong Kong Movie City Project (state-of-the-art audio post facilities), has chosen Euphonix to supply eight System 5 digital audio mixing systems. The new 100,000-plus-square-meter complex, which is currently under construction, will feature full service audio post services including an ADR/Foley stage, a scoring studio, eight audio post mix rooms, a 5.1 dubbing suite and a full feature-film 400-seat dubbing theater.
Hong Kong Movie City director of electronic and electrical operations, Eric Stark, has been planning the equipment purchase for the new multimillion dollar facility. “We spent a lot of time looking at all-digital consoles and chose the System 5 based on its architecture, network capability and the fact that it has a large following in the film community.”
For more information on the System 5, visit www.euphonix.com.