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IDC Sound opens in NYC

February 20, 2013
IDC Sound opens in NYC
NEW YORK — International Digital Centre (IDC) and Soundscribe Studios have partnered to form IDC Sound (www.idcdigital.com), a three-room audio facility in midtown Manhattan. The studio will specialize in audio editing, mixing and layback to any format for TV, film, multimedia and interactive. 

IDC Sound is based around three Avid Pro Tools suites. In addition to voiceover casting and recording, the studio offers ADR, sound design, Foley, recording and production, licensable music and sound effects, audio restoration and location recording services.

Sound engineer Ryan Fagman heads up the new division, which is housed at IDC's midtown facility. Fagman previously founded Soundscribe Studios and has over ten years of experience working as a sound engineer, producer, and voiceover director/engineer/producer. While working at Soundscribe's Union Square facility, Fagman also became the head engineer, producer, voice coach and director under Peter Rofe at PDR Voice Over NY, a top voiceover production and coaching facility in New York. He began his career in the soundtrack department at Warner Bros. Records in Burbank under music supervisor Danny Bramson. While in California, he contributed to the production of many soundtracks, including the Grammy Award winning soundtrack for Cameron Crowe's Almost Famous. 

IDC Sound is seamlessly integrated into IDC's Avid and Final Cut edit suites, Unity storage system, central equipment and Gigabit bandwidth to provide clients with one-stop post production and digital distribution services. 

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