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Halo opens new dubbing suite

Halo opens new dubbing suite
Jon Creamer
01 February 2016

Soho post house Halo has opened a new dubbing suite, Studio 5, in the 179 Wardour Street extension of Halo’s 25 Noel Street facility.

Halo says the studio is ideally suited for TV mix work across all genres, as well as for DCP 5.1 and 7.1 theatrical projects, or as a pre-mix room for Halo’s Dolby Features licenced Studios 1 and 3. The new room is also prewired for Dolby Atmos.

The new studio features an HDX2 Pro Tools 12HD system, a 24-fader Avid S6-M40, and a custom Dynaudio 7.1 speaker system. This is all routed via a Colin Broad TMC-1 Penta controlled DADAX32 digital audio matrix for maximum versatility and future scalability. Picture playback from Pro Tools is provided by an AJA Kona LHi card, via a Barco 2K digital projector.

Halo’s Head of Audio Operations Richard Addis said “We've taken great care to make the room as versatile as possible without compromising quality in any area. For either TV or Film, the studio will exceed expectations, both in sound and picture quality, and client experience”

Halo has also built a dedicated 5.1 audio editing room for their recently arrived Head of Sound Editorial Jay Price to work from. Situated directly adjacent to the new studio, the room comprises Pro Tools 12 HD Native system, and 5.1 Dynaudio Air 6 speakers.
Jigsaw24 and CB Electronics provided the hardware and the installation and Level Acoustic looked after design and Munro Acoustics  the custom speaker system.

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