September 2009
Mix;Sep2009, Vol. 33 Issue 9, p12
The article reports on the acquisition of the assets of audio post-production facility Chace Audio by the Deluxe Digital Media. It states that Chace President Bob Heiber will lead the facility and become Deluxe Digital Media's vice president of audio. It also mentions that Chace will remain in its location and will operate as Chace Audio by Deluxe. Moreover, it notes that the venture will further enhance Deluxe's services.


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