Clatter & Din Captures Audio and Video

Schultz, Barbara
September 2009
Mix;Sep2009, Vol. 33 Issue 9, p19
The article reports on the audio/video sessions hosted by the Clatter&Din for a Washington State Lottery television and radio commercial. It mentions that the commercial for the Match 4 game was engineered by Eric Johnson in the new studio of Clatter&Din, which was designed by Russ Berger Design Group. It adds that the music for commercial was written and produced by Jamie Dieveney of Cole&Weber-United. Meanwhile, Clatter&Din co-owner Vince Werner explains how the audio was recorded.


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