New York, NY (December 7, 2011)—New York post house Fluid has launched audio post studio Mr. Bronx and added David Wolfe as lead mixer/engineer.
Marc Schwartz, managing partner of the Fluid Companies noted, “It became appropriate to brand our mixing facility as its own entity, and with the addition of David, the timing was right.” This move adds Mr. Bronx to a family of companies that includes respected sonic collective Butter Music and Sound, and editorial studio Fluid Editorial.
Wolfe’s post experience includes years at sound house audioEngine, and he boasts a music industry resume that includes work at Webman Associates and BMG. According to Wolfe, “Fluid has the right approach when it comes to the future of postproduction. They have done a great job gathering talented, selfless individuals who collaborate phenomenally well together to produce great work.”
“David has all the characteristics of a great commercial mix engineer: he has solid ears, incredible audio problem-solving skills, and he is friendly, knowledgeable, motivated, and willing to ride the crazy tech-wave of broadcast and its many formats,” notes Fluid partner and Butter CD Andrew Sherman.
Wolfe’s past work includes projects for Hellmans, Lands’ End, Kayak, Budwieser, and Calvin Klein. His film credits include The New Orleans Film Festival’s Best Short Comedy, Sweetie, and the forthcoming feature film Supporting Characters, starring Arielle Kebbel, Kevin Corrigan and Melonie Diaz.
Mr. Bronx is located within the Fluid Studios.