Santa Monica, CA (September 28, 2005)–The Los Angeles office of Finger Music recently relocated to a newly designed 5,000 square foot studio on 2nd Street in Santa Monica. The new studio not only provides a bigger space for Finger Music composers, it accommodates the company’s new division, Finger 2nd Street Sound Studio.
The new division offers full audio post-production services including scoring, sound editorial and mixing for documentaries, independent films and television. The new Santa Monica studio was designed by post-production entrepreneur Alan Kozlowski (former owner, and creator, of POP).
The division’s initial projects include the 5.1 theatrical mix for Sony Playstation’s appearance at E3, and the score, editorial and mix for The Ground Truth: The Human Cost of War, a documentary directed by Patricia Foulkrod. The film will premiere at the Sundance Film Festival. The music and sound design division at Finger recently completed projects for Coca-Cola, Dodge Charger, McDonald’s, Nestle, Nike and Gatorade.
Company partner/creative director Dave Hodge heads up the Santa Monica office of Finger. Jenny Warren is executive producer. In addition to Hodge, the principals at Finger are creative director Hein Hoven and executive producer John Murrell, who founded the company in London in 2002. Finger ventured into North America two years later, with Hodge overseeing operations from a suite in the world-class music-recording studio, The Village Recorder, in West Los Angeles.