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23/07/2013

Wire Broadcast-Installed Studio Awarded Dolby Licence

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Gramercy Park Studios has received approval from Dolby for the production of Commercials and Trailers in an audio studio installed by technical installation company Wire Broadcast.
Wire installed two sound studios and five high end edit and grading suites at the facility on Soho’s Great Pulteney Street early in 2013. The recent upgrade included the supply and installation of a Dolby CP750 cinema sound processor connected into the Exigy 7.1 monitoring system.
Robin Howell of Wire Broadcast said: “We have enjoyed working on the GPS installation and we’re really pleased that our work has helped them to achieve Dolby’s Comms & Trailers licence.”
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