Post-production company Dubbing Brothers has completed major soundstage upgrades in its Burbank facility. The spacious new stages feature new Digidesign ICON D-Control dual mode consoles, recording booths, theater-size screens, a producer’s work area and green rooms. “We are excited to raise the audio post bar in Burbank and create a dynamic atmosphere to enhance the client experience,” says Dubbing Brothers president Philippe Taieb.
The stages were created as part of the company’s expansion of its digital audio facility in Burbank and will be used to record, edit and mix audio for films and TV. The studios are fully equipped with the latest Pro Tools software and are 5.1 surround sound capable. Candice Jepson, executive VP of operations, adds, “Our mission is to consistently exceed the expectations of our creative community by providing premium tools, technology and environment. These state-of-the-art stages help us achieve that.”
The new stages officially opened on July 23. The company also announced the hiring of Geoff Nathanson as director of marketing and client services. Nathanson joins the company from Margarita Mix Hollywood, where he was general manager of marketing and strategy.
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