proFILES | Fall On Your Sword

Fall On Your Sword is a boutique music and post-production house in Los Angeles. Home to Composer and founder Will Bates and Executive Producer Lucy Alper, their work encompasses film, TV, and immersive art installations.

Building A Studio For Immersive Mixing | Part Three

Building a Dolby Atmos-certified mixing room is no easy feat. There are major obstacles to overcome, but this was unique. With a separate live room, keyboard room, and vocal booth, the goal was to make the switch between recording and monitoring in Atmos fast and intuitive, along with installing dedicated video feeds for communication between the engineers and artists. This was the task at hand for the Westlake Pro Design Services Group when they set out to build Immersive Mixing. The client wanted Dolby Atmos to be a part of the entire production process, from recording to mastering.

Building A Studio For Immersive Mixing | Part Two

Building an Atmos tracking & mixing room is no easy feat, but it’s one the Westlake Pro Design Group has perfected over their decades of experience. The biggest challenge in this build was giving the engineers the ability to track directly in Atmos 7.1.2, a feature ahead of its time for recording studios.

Building A Studio For Immersive Mixing | Part One

Just outside of Nashville Tennessee, tucked away in a pleasant suburban neighborhood, lies one of the most technologically advanced Atmos studios ever built. Housed in an unsuspecting brick home surrounded by a variety of shrubbery is Immersive Mixing, the only studio in Tennessee designed with the latest Atmos capabilities for both tracking and mixing.

Spotlight | Bang Zoom! Studios

When it’s time for studio owners to make some serious upgrades, they know to turn to the trusted professionals at Westlake Pro to make sure the job is done right. When Bang Zoom! Studios in Burbank needed to upgrade their 9.1 system to a Dolby Atmos 11.1.6 Home Theatrical system for mixing and rendering, Lead Audio Technical Engineer August Belfiglio contacted Westlake Professional Danny Fasold to help design, install, wire, and customize the system to their specific needs.

Making an Atmos Empire

Taking even a single-room Immersive Studio concept from a simple idea all the way to those first deliverables is a scientific undertaking that requires an experienced team. So when a major post production company asked us to come up with a plan for more than twenty Atmos mixing rooms, editing bays, viewing rooms, and server rooms in a single facility, we knew it would be more important than ever to think outside the box and come up with unique, hand-tailored integration plans. Starting today, we’re going to walk you through the process.

Inside Look | Voxx Studios

Voxx Studios Voxx Studios in Glendale, CA, has earned itself a solid reputation for excellent work in foreign language dubbing, producing about 2000 hours per year of content in a multitude of languages.  Founders Andrei Zinca, Tunde Skovran, Karina Cruz, and Adrian Potinga began the venture together in 2015. Betting on Hollywood’s incredible source of […]

Immersive Audio in 2020

Dolby Atmos is quickly becoming a required format for music, with many studios re-mixing their back-catalog for Immersive Audio while requiring new releases to include deliverables for Dolby Atmos.

Spotlight | Inventure Studios

When Steven Spielberg, Christopher Nolan, and Quentin Tarantino need sound on film, they go to one place – Inventure Studios in North Hollywood, CA. In addition to 35MM Dolby Digital, Inventure houses the only Datasat (formerly DTS) 70mm film encoder in the world to produce the film soundtrack for major motion pictures like Ready Player One, Once Upon a Time…in Hollywood, and Dunkirk.

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