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Sonicville Booms with Euphonix

Palo Alto, CA (May 13, 2009)--Sonicville Sound and Music in Belgium has installed a Euphonix S5 Fusion for TV and film post production.

Palo Alto, CA (May 13, 2009)–Sonicville Sound and Music in Belgium has installed a Euphonix S5 Fusion for TV and film post production.

Located in an old renovated milk factory in the heart of Brussels, Sonicville provides an array of audio services, ranging from music composition and recording to ADR/Foley, and TV and film audio post production. The facility installed a 32-fader S5 Fusion with EuCon control of Pyramix and Soundscape DAWs in their premier 5.1 mixing theatre.

“We went for the S5 Fusion because it is an industry standard and we know that it will attract not only new customers but also reputed sound engineers who want to work on a Euphonix,” said Patrick Hubart, chief engineer at Sonicville.

Sonicvile has already completed a number of high profile projects on the S5 Fusion, including the feature films SM Rechter by Eric Lamens, My Queen Caro by DorothÈe Van Den Berge, the Flemish cinema versions of Nico and The Way To The Stars by Michael Hegner and Kari Juusonen, and the official Cannes 2009 selection, Panique au Village, by StÈphane Aubier and Vincent Patar. Additionally, it also completed television projects such as Smaak van De Keyser/L’empereur du Go°t for VRT and RTBF, and is currently working on the television series, Ancienne Belgique.

FrÈdÈric Vard, managing director for Euphonix’ Belgian distributor, Puretec-av, who presided over the sale and installation of the S5 Fusion, explained the significance of Sonicville: “This is the first Euphonix DSP based console sold in Belgium through a local distributor, and this means Euphonix enters a new era in Belgium. Puretec-av has the credibility to build on this installation for future bigger sales in the broadcast market here in Belgium.”