December 2007
Mix;Dec2007, Vol. 31 Issue 12, p17
The article reports that Academy Award-nominated sound designer Leslie Shatz and sound mixer Chris David, have announced their collaboration with Hollywood Intermediate, which has opened a satellite DI studio within Wildfire. Shatz and David acquired the 15,000-square-foot studio formerly occupied by Wilshire Stages. Features of the studio are also cited.


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