New York, NY (July 6, 2006)–Music production executive Jeff Rosner, co-founder, in 1996, and executive producer of music company Sacred Noise, has teamed with sound engineers Josh Abbey and Kevin Halpin to form the new audio post production house, Color.
Abbey and Halpin’s range of creative work includes literally thousands of advertising, television, feature film projects, as well as recording, mixing and producing some of the biggest names in music.
For Rosner, Color distinguishes itself from other audio post facilities thanks in large part to the versatile talents of Abbey and Halpin, who posses traditional mix-to-picture experience, coupled with longtime freelance work as sound engineers for some of New York’s top music and sound design production companies, recording and mixing audio tracks prior to the traditional audio post picture mix.
“We have the capability to provide the industry with a potentially unique dimension to the process,” said Rosner. “It opens up the opportunity to not only work with ad agencies, post production companies and TV networks, but also directly with music companies and music publishers, remixing or editing their licensed music.”
Rosner spent the last 25 years marketing and producing commercial music at Sacred Noise, and before that was at JSM.
Abbey began his engineering career at New York’s famed Power Station studio, working his way from an entry level assistant to staff engineer in less than three years. He left there to start a freelance career that has included work on over 1,500 commercials and more than 100 albums. Since 2001 he has been working with platinum-selling British tenor, Russell Watson.
Halpin began his career at Automated studios, a popular New York studio known for its advertising work. After six years as a staff engineer, he began a freelance career that led to his work on literally thousands of commercials, as well as recording and mixing records for such artists as Phish, Lenny Kravitz, Bruce Hornsby and Shawn Colvin.