04.05.2006 04:59 PM
Virtual Katy improves ‘South Park’ workflow

“South Park” Supervising Sound Editor Bruce Howell uses the Virtual Katy software to accelerate the sound post process for the animated show.

The animated series has a demanding post-production schedule. Each show topic is developed, animated, cut and aired within a week. According to Howell, Virtual Katy reduced a 20-hour-per-week-per-show job of conforming sessions to a 20-minute-per-week-per-show job, freeing up additional time for sound design, music and mixing.

See Virtual Katy Development at NAB2006 in booth SL1513, or visit www.virtualkaty.com.

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