Two More Audio Mixing Auditoriums Now Open at Eclair Paris/Vanves

Two More Audio Mixing Auditoriums Now Open at Eclair Paris/Vanves
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The installation of 2 additional and identical mixing auditoriums was recently completed at the Eclair site of Paris/Vanves. These two brand new auditoriums add to Paris Vanves’ current set of 3 mixing auditoriums, for postsynchronization and Foley creation, feature film and TV sound mixing.

The rooms are equipped for TV sound mixing but can also be used for feature premix. As they are strictly identical, they allow to work simultaneously on the same series. The sound system is currently 5.1 and 7.1 and the Dolby Atmos technology will soon be implemented. The first program mastered in these new mixing rooms is ‘Papa ou Maman’, a six episodes TV show produced by Endemol Shine Fiction et Chapter2.

“It is very important for us to constantly improve our equipment and broaden our offer of postproduction services” declares Vincent Kozlowski, Sound Technical Director at Eclair. “Our goal with these new mixing rooms is to have them dedicated to TV mixing while still suitable for feature mixing if need be. We are proud of the sound quality and can’t wait to certify them with the Dolby Atmos technology, which is more and more popular among our clients.”

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