New York’s Digital Arts Sets New Bar for Cinema Mixing with Meyer Sound

Digital Arts in New York City
installed a new Meyer Sound
cinema monitoring system in its
new post-production theatre. The
system has already been used on
such projects as Woody Allen’s
forthcoming film “Blue Jasmine,”
and the recent HBO movie
“Beyoncé: Life Is But a Dream.”

“Beyoncé: Life Is But a Dream.”
“With our new mix stage, we decided to take everything to the next level and redefine industry standards with meticulous attention to detail,” says Axel Ericson, founder
of Digital Arts. “We’ve put a lot of focus into the design and architecture of our facility, and created a luxurious modern oasis in a lofty, sky-lit penthouse with best
of class equipment.”

The Meyer Sound 7.1 monitoring system in the 30-seat mixing room comprises three Acheron Studio screen channel loudspeakers, three
X-800C cinema subwoofers, and 12 HMS-10 cinema surround loudspeakers. A Galileo loudspeaker management system with two Galileo 408 processors provides
system optimization.

“We’ve had several well known film editors and mixers come in to assess the theatre’s capabilities, a practice that we encourage,” notes Ericson.
“We keep hearing how great the room sounds on everything from soft dialog to explosive action effects.”

According to Ericson, the contrast of the mixes in different films highlights the Meyer Sound system’s accuracy and linearity.

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