Orefield, PA (December 3, 2004)–Creative Sound Studios has upgraded both of its control rooms to include Digidesign’s Pro Tools HD|Accel 2 systems. With these new systems, Creative Sound can now record at sample rates up to 192kHz and mix up to 192 tracks.
Lock-to-picture capabilities and a strong background in audio-for-video work also make Creative Sound the premier post production studio in the Lehigh Valley. With clients like Forensic Files (CourtTV), Medical Detectives (TLC), Penske Leasing, Mack Trucks, Crayola, and others, Creative Sound has proved itself time and again. Furthermore, with the addition of the new ProTools|HD systems, the studio is ready and able to meet the expanding needs of their clients producing projects in High Definition.
Creative Sound has recently finished work on the 200th episode of Forensic Files for MedstarTelevision/CourtTV. Peter Thomas, one of the most recognizable voices in the business, sets the stage for each episode, laying down the narration in Naples, FL. Music is scored by Alan Ett Music Group in Studio City, CA. Creative Sound engineers Helena Schwoyer and Holley McEllroy pull all the elements together, encoding the final mix in Dolby Prologic Surround.
Featuring a 600 sq. foot studio, 200 sq. foot control rooms, and sonically transparent iso booths, Creative Sound is additionally set up to record ensembles, bands, and solo musicians. Indeed, Air Products & Chemicals’ corporate band, The Difference, is scheduled to return to Creative Sound Studios in January to record their third studio album. Winners of the First Annual Battle of the Corporate Bands, held at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, the band travels all around the Lehigh Valley and beyond, playing for charity events and fundraisers.
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