February 2004
Mix;Feb2004, Vol. 28 Issue 3, p18
Features the state-of-the-art suites of the DVD production and post-production studio, Cloud Nineteen, in West Los Angeles, California. Plasma cinema displays for client viewing; Workstations; Capabilities for routing and signal patching; Recording booth with a flat panel.


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