Watch Promo Videos from the History Channel by clicking the picture above Flavorlab is proud to call History Channel a long time partner. The network frequently tasks our audio post team with creating realistic sound design and popping mixes to drive ratings. The Flavorlab offices also provide voice over recordings and casting, hosting talent in… Read more »
In this week’s Weekly Flavor, we’re highlighting Joseph Bertelozzi’s “Tower Music,” covered in NPR’s Weekend Edition.
MTV2’s Guy Code, mixed by Flavorlab Sound, is now the highest rated and most watched series in the network’s history.
In this week’s Weekly Flavor, we have a treat for producers and composers all over the world. Courtesy of Music Radar, here are the best free 40 VST Plug-ins! Check them out here Join our mailing list! Name Email LEARN MORE CONTACT US
On this week’s Weely Flavor, we’re checking out Brusspup’s “Amazing Resonance Experiment” using sand, a metal plate, and tone generator.
Clip From Three Boys From Pasadena Flavorlab Sound‘s Bumi Hidaka mixed the feature film, Three Boys from Pasadena. The film follows the long time assistants of legendary fashion image-maker, Helmut Newton. Photographers Mark Arbeit, George Holz, and Just Loomis pay tribute to their mentor. The film will be playing at the Alyce de Roulet Williamson Gallery in… Read more »
The Big Vision Awards, June 14th, 2012 This Thursday, Big Vision Empty Wallet is hosting their first annual Big Vision Awards. The organization is an incubator model production company that connects artists and industry leaders alike. The awards will honor big thinkers who have found success by creating their own path and supporting independent work…. Read more »
Orfield Labs’ “Anechoic Chamber” Orfield Laboratories‘ “anechoic chamber” in Minnesota holds a Guinness World Record for being 99.99% sound proof. The good folks at Mashable took a tour of the room, said to be so quiet you can hear your own heartbeat. Join our mailing list! Name Email LEARN MORE CONTACT US
Last month, the Copenhagen Philharmonic performed Edvard Grieg’s Peer Gynt on a crowded, moving train for unsuspecting passengers. The Copenhagen Philharmonic created the flash mob in collaboration with Radio Klassisk. They performed and recorded all music in the metro. We found this video on gwarlingo.com. The website features inventive and inspiring artists daily. Thanks Gwarlingo! Join our mailing list! Name Email… Read more »
Flavorlab partner Glenn Schloss was featured as a guest writer for Sonic Scoop, reviewing FXpansion Geist & BFD on drums.