New York, NY (March 18, 2005)–Yessian is opening new studios in New York City and in Royal Oak, MI. The company retains its original studio in Detroit.
“We are giving our clients two new options when working with us,” said VP/director of operations Michael Yessian. “We have developed these spaces specifically to facilitate a seamless interaction among creatives, producers, writing teams, and sound designers.” The company, which also has composers based in Australia and Los Angeles, has spent the better part of two years putting its expansion plan into effect.
“One of the greatest aspects of our three facilities is that they are all networked together both with audio and video,” said executive producer Brian Yessian who oversees production at all three studio locations. “Not only can we work simultaneously on the same music and sound design projects via the net, but we also have direct video feeds among the studios for enhanced interaction. Our composers can work in any location at any time. “
Yessian ventured into the New York market several years ago with a temporary set-up. After a successful three-year run, the company opted to build a new state-of-the-art facility. Marlene Bartos joined Yessian last June as East Coast executive producer, spearheading operations from temporary digs in New York in preparation for the new studio’s completion.
A fulfillment of Yessian’s desire to build an audio facility unlike any other in an area that was within the radius of most Detroit agencies, The Royal Oak facility features a fine-tuned control room with state-of-the-art digital equipment. The studio has all the technical specifications of the New York location, and will be able to accommodate not only original music and sound design, but also audio post and surround sound mixing.