Suffolk, UK (November 2, 2007)–White Mark Ltd., a UK acoustic and technical design company, is celebrating 10 years in the business with the completion of its 100th audio post production control room in London’s Soho. Envy’s Studio D will be open for business by the end of November.
The studio, which is the sixth audio room at the White Mark designed six-floor complex north of Oxford Street in London, is configured to work in surround sound with a separate booth for voice over contributions. It complements the full range of suites originally built into the complex, which range from the two track laying rooms to the Dolby licensed Studio A. All are equipped with White Mark woven screens chosen for their acoustic transparency and full surround monitor systems by Exigy.
Established in 1997 by David Bell, John Dunnill, Derek Buckingham and Alan Cundell, White Mark Ltd specializes in production facilities for music recording and the film and television industries. Over the last decade, it has designed and supervised the construction of over 170 audio production suites worldwide.
Although music studios remain central to White Mark’s business, it is in the area of audio postproduction that the company has expanded. “London’s Soho is internationally recognized as a center of excellence for the audio and video post production industries, for both television and film programming and associated commercials creation,” White Mark’s managing director David Bell explains. “To date, we have worked for over 40 companies in Soho, including Grand Central, Hackenbacker, Envy, Scramble, Lipsync, Molinare, Ascent Media, Wave and Boom. These companies are working at the top of the world’s production industry and have produced numerous groundbreaking and award-winning films, television programmes and commercials. We are very proud that a significant proportion, if not the majority, of mainstream British television output passes through rooms designed by White Mark.”
White Mark Limited