New Yorkâ€™s 38 Greene Is Now Verbatim Studios
As part of its continued growth through 2010, 38 Greene Studios has changed its name to Verbatim Sound Studios, effective immediately.
Coinciding with the studiosâ€™ move from Greene Street in Soho to Midtown Manhattan earlier this year, the new identity also marks the companyâ€™s expansion to a staff of 5 full-time audio mixers and sound engineers and a full slate of audio work for radio s, television, and digital projects as well.
Verbatim Studios brought studio manager Jessica Rondash on board last winter, and added mixers Danny Artale and Conor Murphy to the growing team led by brothers Dan and Jim Price, owners of renowned creative boutique Oink Ink. Oink is a sister company to Verbatim and it shares the newly rehabbed space on West 46th Street, just off 5th Avenue.
With 3 state-of-the-art recording studios and 5.1 capabilities, Verbatim has been tapped by New Yorkâ€™s most creative agencies, advertisers, and clients. Shoot Online recently named the audio facilityâ€™s work for the World Cup a â€œTop 10 Spot Track,â€? and a spot in collaboration with MTV was honored with a â€œBest Ad on TVâ€? nod from bestadsontv.com this September.
About Verbatim Sound Studios
Founded in 2002 as 38 Greene Studios, Verbatim is a recording and production facility located in the heart of Midtown New York City. Verbatim has established itself as one of the countryâ€™s most regarded facilities, working with virtually every major advertising agency (BBDO, Grey, Saatchi, Kirshenbaum & Bond, Cliff Freeman, Uniworld, McCann Erickson, Merkley, and Weiden + Kennedy) in New York and some of the worldâ€™s most prestigious brands, including AT&T, MTV, DirecTV, and Google. Verbatim is owned by brothers Dan and Jim Price, founders of Oink Ink Radio; for more information about us, please log on to www.verbatimstudios.com.