Phoenix, AZ (June 1, 2005)–One year after expanding its services from New York to Arizona, audioEngine has built a brand new, stand-alone Phoenix facility featuring a New York/Los Angeles quality mix studio for aE partner Bob Giammarco and a composing suite for composer Jason Camiolo.
The space also includes an additional music composing room, an inviting lounge and client area, with flexible space for future expansion. The studio, bathed in rich, warm tones, was designed by LA architect Tony Unruh of Unruh Boyer Studios, and engineered by the audioEngine|NY engineering team led by aE partner Brian Wick.
“Phoenix is an exciting advertising hub and is a growing city with so much to offer,” said Giammarco. “This new studio is emblematic of our commitment to the Southwest market as well as our clients nationally who enjoy the option of working out of both locations.”
Over the last year, Giammarco and Camiolo have contributed audio services to commercials, TV shows and corporate films, many of them from the Phoenix market. Other clients, who enjoyed a working with Giammarco when he was based in New York, have continued the collaboration in a remote capacity.
Projects that Giammarco and Camiolo have completed for the Phoenix market recently include the award-winning call to entry for the Phoenix ADDY awards, as well as spots for The Arizona Lottery, Valley Toyota, Cliff Castle Casino, Desert Diamond Casino, National Bank Of Arizona and the currently airing “Arizona Highways” television show, as well as work for Pepsi, The University of Massachusetts, and the Subaru branded show “Roughing It” via remote capabilities.
Collaborating with its sister location in NY, audioEngine|West offers remote recording capability and is connected to a music and sound effects database via high-speed Internet and FTP. The company’s Southwest clients also have access to the company’s 5.1 mix room in New York.