Sean Elias-Reyes (left) and
Julian Rebolledo have launched
New York’s newest sound house,
New York, NY (February 23, 2009)–Julian Rebolledo and Sean Elias-Reyes have launched New York’s newest sound house, Hyperbolic Audio, on Eighth Avenue.
Offering voice casting, directing and recording, through sound design, mixing, ADR and finishing, Hyperbolic Audio encompasses three dedicated recording studios offering Pro Tools|HD, GML mic preamps, and Neumann U 87, Sennheiser 416 and Sanken CU44x microphones, and feature spacious booths. The facility boasts ISDN capabilities and an extensive sound design and music library.
Rebolledo studied acting at the American Musical and Dramatic Academy (AMDA), and went on to formally train as an operatic tenor at New York’s prestigious Manhattan School of Music. His mix of clients includes MTV, Coca-Cola, Pepsi, VH1, The Smithsonian, Spike TV, Go Diego Go!, Wonder Pets, McDonald’s and Simon & Schuster.
Sean Elias-Reyes earned a degree in animation and graphic design at Columbia College before studying acting at AMDA and London’s Mountview Conservatory. Returning to the U.S. in 2000, he began his career as a sound designer and graphic artist for such Fortune 500 companies as IBM, Motorola and Fujitsu.
Hyperbolic Audio’s head of production, Jeannine Guenther, is a mixer and producer with a young, edgy style and fresh approach. Her experience includes a long roster of short-format work, including spots for Chanel, Tiffany, Rich & Skinny Jeans, Bombay Sapphire, DHL, EstÈe Lauder, Burlington Coat Factory, Neutrogena, Oil of Olay, Target and The New York Times.
A close collaborative relationship with casting director Janet Eisenberg provides Hyperbolic Audio’s clients with a full-service, one-stop creative environment.