Santa Monica, CA (August 18, 2008)--Boutique audio post studio The Mix recently launched to serve the advertising, television and entertainment industries. The Mix represents a new alliance of talent following the dissolution of Latte Mix earlier this year.
The 5.1 HD studio is comprised of three engineers--Ted Lobinger, Josh Eichenbaum and Steve Davis. Lobinger, founder of L.A.-based Latte Mix, has handled all aspects of audio post for his clients, from casting to mixing to original music. "Josh and I shared the same vision, and with a strong support staff already in place, it made a lot of sense for us to combine forces under one solid HD 5.1 infrastructure. As The Mix, we intend to keep doing what we do, only better," said Lobinger.
Prior to joining this partnership, Eichenbaum held staff and freelance positions at audio studios such as Union, Lime and Point 360. Recent work for him under The Mix banner includes spots for Levi's, Ancestry.com and Washington Mutual, and the broadcast trailer for the Adam Corolla film, Hammer.
"I'm really happy to be part of this dynamic new partnership," said Eichenbaum. "My existing clients love the studio and everyone we are speaking to about our new group has been very responsive. Our newly installed Digidesign ICON console and other recent studio upgrades demonstrates our commitment to provide the best for our clients and make The Mix a studio for the future."
Davis, the third partner, has a longtime relationship with Lobinger as a staff mixer at Latte Mix and has also worked in the past with Eichenbaum. Davis' experience prior to mixing includes project management with companies including Disney. Davis will head up the management team at The Mix as well as continue mixing for his many loyal longtime clients.