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Fort Worth: Where the Wild West Meets Creature Comforts

Digital Post & Production (www.digipostpro.com) spent the past three years constructing its Pro Tools based 5.1 recording and mixing facility, including
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Digital Post & Production (www.digipostpro.com) spent the past three years constructing its Pro Tools — based 5.1 recording and mixing facility, including three iso rooms and one medium-sized control room; monitoring is via Genelec 1032A and 10904 subs. With comfort and a creative atmosphere at the top of his design list, studio owner Randy McCoy's efforts resulted in excellent acoustics via planed spruce and fabrics used throughout the rooms.

A look into the equipment racks reveals pre's by Avalon and PreSonus, with mics from Neumann, AKG, Sennheiser, Shure, Electro-Voice and Audio Technica. A 42-inch plasma monitor flush-mounted in the front control room wall enables quick configuration for sync-to-picture work. Unusual use of wood includes the customized Argosy producer desk with its 4-inch-thick Douglas Fir wood top. “We wanted to provide an upscale place in our market that is as unintimidating as possible and allows creativity to soar,” said studio owner Steve Regian.

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