Sony Pictures has announced that their Post Production Services unit has unveiled a new mix stage at their facilities. It is the only dub stage on the West Coast that exclusively uses Imax speakers and which has been specifically designed to meet the specifications for mixing in the Imax 12.0 sound format.
Sony Pictures Post Production Services, located in Los Angeles, was built with the utmost concern for filmmakers by experienced post production professionals. One of the largest full-service post production facilities in Southern California, we offer five fully-equipped feature mixing stages, five television mixing stages, a world-renowned scoring stage, DVD audio restoration and mastering suites, three ADR stages, three Foley stages, sound editing rooms, digital audio workstations, picture editing systems, and complete film and video transfer services. Sony Pictures Post works on a wide variety of film and television projects, from blockbusters to lower budget independent films, television series and made-for-television movies and some of the most memorable scores in entertainment history. Whatever your project needs, we will work with you to customize a package that is right for your production and budget.
Bruce Markoe, Senior Vice President and chief of Post Production at Imax stated that, “We’re delighted to have Sony’s new mix stage, which was specifically designed and equipped for the new Imax 12.0 and 5.0 sound formats, become available to mix and optimize films being presented in the Imax format.
Sony Pictures Entertainment (SPE) is a subsidiary of Sony Entertainment Inc., a subsidiary of Tokyo-based Sony Corporation. SPE’s global operations encompass motion picture production, acquisition and distribution; television production, acquisition and distribution; television networks; digital content creation and distribution; operation of studio facilities; and development of new entertainment products, services and technologies.
The new mix stage is on the Sony Pictures studio lot and is located at the Jimmy Stewart Building. The all new stage facility has been designed to prepare theatrical films for release at the world’s Imax theaters. The stage is outfitted with a 24-fader Avid S6 mixing console along with four Avid HDX-3 digital audio workstations, a Sony 4K cinema projector, RealD 3D system, an MDI Precision White Screen and JBL as well as the Imax speakers.
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