Our onlineTVmixing® service - providing global access through Cloud-based audio production...
The innovative onlineTVmixing® service from The Audio Suite is perfect when audio-post budgets are tightly controlled, but quality can't be compromised; a challenge often faced by indie production companies delivering factual television programming.
It also delivers a major logistical advantage for time-pressed clients by operating in two distinct time-zones: our Cherry Blossom Studios in the UK and Jacaranda Studios in Australia serve a global client base, offering round-the-clock sound editing and digital audio mixing.
Put simply, we can work whilst you sleep... Meaning R128 compliant, Broadcast-quality audio editing and mixing has never been so convenient for shrewd Producers and astute Production Managers to arrange.
Our pedigree in this field is extensive, running to hundreds of episodes of prime-time British television, myriad commercials and many feature films.
From 30" commercials to one minute virals, from corporate communications to broadcast television, onlineTVmixing® from The Audio Suite is the most innovative way for today's value and quality-conscious Production Companies to enjoy award-winning audio post-production; with guaranteed compliance to the exacting, world-wide loudness standard of R128.
Your soundtrack gets delivered in 5 easy steps!
- 1 - PRICE the total running time of your programme and have the delivery specifications to hand
- 2 - CONTACT us to discuss any delivery requirements and delivery time (choose Standard / Express)
- 3 - PAY the indicated amount on the pricing page at our on-line check-out
- 4 - UPLOAD your picture and omf / AAF files (details here), receive confirmation / acceptance of order
- 5 - Receive a frame-accurate soundtrack, ready to drop straight into your video timeline for playout!
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