Hollywood, CA (October 24, 2006)–Independent audio post house R/H Factor has acquired two sets of the new DSP Series Genelec 8200 Bi-Amplified Monitor and 7200 Subwoofer systems. These monitoring systems have been installed in both of R/H Factor’s two sound mixing stages and were immediately employed mixing audio on hit shows including Boston Legal and My Name Is Earl.
The new Genelec monitoring systems join Genelec 1031A, 1030A, 1029A and 7070A speakers that are also used in all five of the facility’s dialog editing and SFX suites. Each dialog editing suite has a pair of Genelec 1029A monitors, and all SFX suites have Genelec 1030A monitors. The result is that R/H Factor continues to be an all-Genelec audio post facility featuring consistent monitoring throughout the studio.
“The ability to quickly calibrate these speaker systems means we and our clients always know that we have the absolute flattest monitoring environment possible and the work moves right along,” said Dave Rawlinson, co-owner of R/H Factor. “Their DSP-based calibration capability means we can also move them throughout the facility, if needed, knowing they’ll adapt themselves to any room that they’re in giving us a tremendous amount of flexibility.”
Rawlinson said it made perfect sense to continue the facility’s long tradition of Genelec monitoring. “Everyone on the staff here loves the new Genelec monitors,” remarked Rawlinson. “You could call them the ‘great equalizers’ because they make certain that any room they’re in is accurate and that we have consistent monitoring throughout.”
Craig Hunter, co-owner of R/H Factor, commented, “I want to hear the truth, and Genelec is the only monitoring system that lets us do that. That’s the only way we can give our clients the absolute best sound for their shows.”