Euphonix Dubs 'Adaptation' Soundtrack

Jan 28, 2003 12:00 PM, Editors


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Spike Jonze's new movie, Adaptation, recently opened to much praise, including six Golden Globe nominations, including Best Picture. The movie soundtrack was dubbed at Skywalker Sound (Marin County, Calif.).

Re-recording mixer Lora Hirschberg of Skywalker Sound completed the mix on the Euphonix System 5-F digital film console. "The Euphonix System 5 really came through for me on this very intricate soundtrack," said Hirschberg.

In other Euphonix news, the very first Euphonix System 5 digital console manufactured (serial #001), which was installed at One Union Recording Studios in San Francisco over three years ago, has been used on short- and long-format projects for clients that include Pixar, Disney, Publicis, Hal Riney, JWT, and Goodby, Silverstein and Partners.

"I have a lot of faith in the San Francisco post market," said John McGleenan, facility director and co-founder of One Union. "That's why we've recently expanded our studios. I also have faith in the System 5. Its flexibility for tackling different types of projects and the speed that you can work on it have enabled us to diversify our business and facilitate working with our clients at a higher level."

The System 5 was recently used to help turn out a host of soundtracks in 5.1. Electronic Arts chose One Union and its System 5 mixing room for several key projects done through OWN&P, San Francisco for Play Station 2. The commercials, shot for cinematic release in the UK, U.S. and France, include a 30-second spot for Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers, mixed by One Union senior engineer Vance Walden. Other surround projects have included a mix for the 25th Annual 2002 Mill Valley Film Festival in Marin County, Calif.

"Our System 5 room has been consistently busy over the past year, even in the aftermath of September 11," stated McGleenan. "The System 5 console excels at surround mixing projects. Clients love the sound while they are working and the end results when the project is completed."

Over the past year, One Union has added two new studios to their facility, and now occupies the entire fourth floor of a historic waterfront building at One Union Street.

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