Angel Mountain Productions opens new studio facility

Angel Mountain Productions recently opened its new studio facility in Bethlehem, Pa.

Angel Mountain Productions recently opened its all-new studio in Bethlehem, PA. The facility’s main mixing and tracking room (pictured) features a Solid State Logic XL 9000 K Series console.

The new facility, covering 18,000 sq. ft., is fully encompassing with respect to audio post-production services being intertwined within a unique architectural design. Martin Pilchner of Pilchner-Schoustal International designed the concept.

The facility's main mixing and tracking room features a Solid State Logic XL 9000 K Series console. Its audio post room, geared for television and film work, is attached to a 21’ x 17’ Foley studio, which can also be utilized as a smaller tracking studio. Another one of the 5.1 control rooms is primarily a Pro Tools HD-based audio editing suite with a Control 24 surface. All three of these control rooms, which are capable of SACD and DVD remixes in 5.1, feature Quested monitors and automatic drop-down screens with built-in rear projectors to accommodate lock-to-picture requirements.

The facility also features a well-appointed 30’ x 40’ THX Certified Mix Theatre, 6.1 Dolby Digital EX multi-channel format. Possessing a 13’ x 24’ projection screen, this theatre seats more than 30 people and features a Harrison Series 12 mixing console with 48 faders and 96 inputs.

Also found on site at Angel Mountain are composition and sound design suites. These are dedicated suites for the creation of musical scores, orchestration and sound effects to accompany film, television, video and commercial advertisement presentations.

With a full range of capabilities from script to screen, the video edit suites are equipped with Cinewave RT Pro and Avid systems, which allow for uncompressed video editing. Adobe After Effects, Lightwave 3D and many other essential programs are also utilized at Angel Mountain for the creation of promotional, instructional and training videos, digital media presentations (CD-ROM, DVD), and commercial television advertisements.

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