08.05.2004 12:00 PM
Vagabond Audio opens new Chicago studio

Vagabond Audio, commercial sound design and audio post specialists, has built a new 2000 sq. ft. production facility. John Storyk of New York’s Walters-Storyk Design Group, designed the new addition.

The facility is co-owned by engineer/sound designer Drew Weir and producer Risx Sanders. Vagabond Audio’s primary technology is the Digidesign HD2 Accel Pro Tools system, as well as Dynaudio Air 6 speakers and a 42-inch plasma display.

Sanders is a veteran producer whose credits include documentary work for A&E, The History Channel, The Learning Channel and MSNBC.

For more information visit www.vagabondaudio.com and wsdg.com.

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