Deluxe 142 adds audio studios at its Wardour Street facility
08 August 2012
Deluxe 142 has expanded and upgraded its audio facilities at its Wardour Street facility.
It has introduced two new studios - studios 6 and 7 and upgraded its Studio 1. It has also licensed a second studio for Dolby theatrical trailers and commercials.
Studio 1, 142’s main Dolby-accredited audio post production mixing stage and Studio 2, have both been upgraded to the latest Dolby technology – the CP750 and the MME, completing the gradual move away from analogue technology to a completely digital file-based workflow.
The creation of Studios 6 and 7 unifies the technology used across all mix rooms which are now all equipped with ProTools 10 and use the latest 32 bit technology.
Deluxe 142’s has recently been shortlisted for TV Mix Facility of the Year and 142’s Chris Roberts is on the shortlist for TV Sound Editor of the Year at this year’s Conch Awards.