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Sound Editorial

Sony Pictures Post Production is proud of its ability to accommodate the unique preferences of individual filmmakers. We offer flexible workflows within sound editorial design suites and traditional mixing platforms. Our versatile, award-winning talent can tailor these environments to fit project-specific requirements and help bring each filmmaker’s distinctive vision to the screen.

For general information, contact Duke Lim at 310-244-4000. For Sound Editorial, contact Diana Rogers (Features) at 310-244-4000 or Kevin Wahrman (Television) at 310-244-4000.

  • Sound Editorial Features:
  • Academy Award®-winning crews
  • 4 large Sound Design Suites
  • 55 ProTools HD audio workstations
  • 190 Editorial rooms

Sound Design

The Commissary

Sony Pictures Post Production Services features four sound design suites equipped as follows:

  • Sizes to 40 x 16 feet
  • D-Control mixing consoles with 7.1 sound
  • DLP projectors (with 3500 lumens)
  • 15' x 7' screens
  • Instant access AVID media stations
  • Instant access to the sound server and library
  • Communications and transfer of sound materials to the sound effects library and any editorial room on the lot.
  • Shared storage and connectivity with all sound editorial rooms and stages

Sound Library

Sony Pictures Post Production Services' Sound Editorial department maintains an extensive and ever-expanding sound library. In addition to offering the latest commercial libraries, we have a large collection of original sound effects, built over many years and countless hit movies. We also provide custom recording services; if a filmmaker needs a sound effect that is not currently available, we can go on location to capture and create it.

Sound Editorial is dedicated to providing quality solutions in an efficient and user-friendly manner. All of the effects in our vast collection are stored on a central Apple XServe RAID system. Soundminer asset management software allows for fast and easy search and retrieval of elements.