Drumroll Please…

May 7, 2012

G&E partner Glenn Schloss reviews and demos big beats from BFD and Geist. Pretty sweet demonstration Glenn!  Check out the entire article here: http://goo.gl/u88ip

Sound Designing For Film’s Newest and Brightest

April 30, 2012

The Columbia University Film Festival is the annual premiere of thesis short films, feature screenplays and teleplays created by graduate MFA students from Columbia University School of the Arts Film Program.  The festival runs May 4-10 in NYC this year. Flavorlab’s head engineer Brian Quill did the mix and sound design for the festival trailer. Check… Read more »

Welcome back from NAB, Brian!

April 24, 2012

Back from NAB with his photo in a Pro Sound Network article, head engineer and Flavorlab partner Brian Quill had this to say about his trip: “I’m just back from the NAB show, and wow what craziness. Highlights definitely included speaking on the Pro Audio Panel with Sean Richardson from Starz and Vince Caputo from… Read more »

A Music Video Sound Designers Will Drool Over…

April 2, 2012

OK Go made the Weekly Flavor this week for their amazing music video “Needing/Getting”. Props to them for having the creativity (and apparently sizable budget!) to make rich textures and sounds using various objects. Give the video a peak below! You can check out the video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MejbOFk7H6c

Tasting at the Lab

March 5, 2012

Master chef, JDP recently visited Flavorlab to give a tasting of our new Spring menu. All of these dishes were created by Jeff and we are excited to start cooking ’em up this Spring!  

The Nine Lives of Marion Barry

The Nine Lives of Marion Barry is available on Amazon. Score by Flavorlab Score, Erik Blicker and Glenn Schloss. Sound by Brian Quill.

Flavorlab and Helen Whitney Productions Team Up

“Brian has perfect pitch for sound levels between dialogue and music, remarkable creativity with sound design, an unusual respect for the power of silence, a fierce intellect that allows him to ‘get’ the content of the film and exceptional mastery of all the technical skills required to execute his vision of what each scene requires,” says Whitney. “Sitting with him during a session, watching him ‘ride’ the controls at breathtaking speed and efficiency was pure pleasure.” -Helen Whitney