A Sound Advantage in Optimizing Audio Studios

A Sound Advantage in Optimizing Audio Studios

02:11, November 3 2010

By Avocent

Originally founded in 1947 to dub English films into French, De Lane Lea, recently engaged in the postproduction sound mixing and editing for Guillermo Del Torro’s film, Hell Boy II: The Golden Army. To provide its sound editors and mixers an optimal and productive working environment for this fi lm, De Lane Lea physically separated its sound editing workstations from the users in the studio by taking advantage of the versatile and reliable capabilities provided by Avocent’s HMX KVM over IP solutions.

Originally founded in 1947 to dub English films into French, De Lane Lea, recently engaged in the postproduction sound mixing and editing for Guillermo Del Torro’s film, Hell Boy II: The Golden Army. To provide its sound editors and mixers an optimal and productive working environment for this fi lm, De Lane Lea physically separated its sound editing workstations from the users in the studio by taking advantage of the versatile and reliable capabilities provided by Avocent’s HMX KVM over IP solutions.
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