White Mark builds 7.1 Dolby audio studios for Hogarth Singapore
Suffolk, England - Studio and acoustic design consultancy White Mark Ltd has completed two high specification audio production studios in Singapore for advertising implementation agency, Hogarth Worldwide. Both rooms have been built with locally sourced materials, making them the only White Mark rooms in the world that are constructed entirely of teak.
The two new studios are the latest in a long list of projects that White Mark has undertaken for Hogarth Worldwide.
For Hogarth Singapore, White Mark has installed two 7.1 Dolby audio studios. The facility also has two Final Cut Pro edit suites and 36 open plan multifunction workstations.
The audio studios have fully isolated control room and voice recording booths and are equipped with Pro Tools HD Native, Avid ICON D-Command consoles and Exigy 7.1 surround sound systems installed by Matt Dobson. AKA Design was responsible for the desks in the control rooms and booths and both rooms were built by Oakwood and wired by WIRE: Broadcast.
“The studios will mainly be used for broadcast audio recording and mixing, but there is also the possibility that they will be used for video as well,” says Alex Buchanan, technical operations director for Hogarth Worldwide.
Hogarth Worldwide, which is part of the WPP Group, implements international advertising campaigns in print, TV or digital media.
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