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Hermes Sound Opens in Atlanta

Carl Tatz Design® installs another award-winning PhantomFocus MixRoom™ for prolific audio engineer and sound designer Troy Hermes.

Nashville, TN: Built from the ground up, Carl Tatz has designed a new two-story Atlanta studio owned by audio engineer and sound designer Troy Hermes. It features a PhantomFocus 5.1 MixRoom™ (pre-wired for Dolby Atmos®) encompassing a multi-channel PhantomFocus System including PFM ICE Cube-12 Subwoofers, accurate down to 20Hz, PF Monitor Stands by Sound Anchor, the PhantomFocus processor by Ashly, the Carl Tatz Edition Dual 15 Workstation by Argosy and a Silver Mesh Porcelain PhantomFocus eChair. Carl Tatz Design Acoustic Lens™ diffusers by Auralex® line the window and mirrored side of the MixRoom, virtually enlarging the acoustic volume. A sound isolation booth and client lounge are located on the second story with glass walls overlooking the property. Custom Carl Tatz Design acoustic modules by Auralex are used throughout.

“I began talking with Carl in early 2019 about designing a purpose-built studio for my audio postproduction company Hermes Sound. Carl’s attention to detail in the design and finishing stages was nothing short of remarkable,” remarks Hermes.

Commenting about his PhantomFocus System, Hermes continues, “The 5.1 PhantomFocus System Carl installed sounds amazing and lets me be 100% certain that what I’m hearing is as accurate as it can possibly be. Whether I’m sound designing for the Hindenburg disaster documentary for the History Channel or mixing a 5.1 Christmas special for Fox, I can work with complete confidence that I’m hearing everything that is in the program, not the room. I’m absolutely loving my PhantomFocus MixRoom.”