Los Angeles, CA (November 27, 2017)—VSI (Voice and Script International Group), a translation and localization recording company, has established a new Los Angeles studio complex in collaboration with Audio Intervisual Design (AID).
Before designing and building the new Los Angeles studio complex, VSI general manager, North America, Alex Weiser contacted Jim Pace, president of AID, to assist in finding the ideal location in Sherman Oaks, CA. VSI, with 21 facilities worldwide, is a global service provider for all language needs, offering lip-sync dubbing, voice-over, subtitling, translation, post-production, creative and access services, and localizes theatrical movies, TV series, documentaries, award shows, advertisements and more.
Pace and the team at AID worked with Weiser and the VSI London headquarters team to design and create the three-control room complex, which has two recording spaces and the ability to record both voice and musical instruments, as well as other post-production operations. One of the requirements was the ability to mix in professional Dolby Atmos format for home theater.
“AID helped us design the facility in a very innovative way. We have a complex system, but one that is also very flexible. We use the latest technologies and tools that allow us to provide a fully interconnected facility to manage most any project,” says Weiser.
“Every studio in the group is equipped with the latest Pro Tools, which is an international standard for audio recording and mixing. We sometimes mix material here that has been recorded abroad or vice versa. We can also mix several versions of certain content centrally for consistency and quality,” he says.
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