Sound idea

Tan, Angle
November 2005
Hollywood Reporter -- International Edition;11/1/2005, Vol. 391 Issue 31, p14
This article reports that through integrated entertainment company Bigfoot Entertainment's investment, the Philippines' first NC24-rated soundstage meeting international standards will be fully operational in the next few months. Also referred to as Soundstage One, it will have the full works: fully air-conditioned rooms and soundstage space, backup generator, eight production offices, equipment room, dressing room and control room. Since the 1990s, filmmakers in the Philippines have been struggling with bad sound quality in their productions.


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