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Written by K. K. Proffitt   
Saturday, 24 January 2004

(Nashville) Sound Migration is an exhibit of contemporary sound compositions presenting complex and subtle territories of auditory experience, loosely based on the themes of migration and sanctuary. Presented in four channels, the works in the program play consecutively for approximately 100 minutes.

“The complexity of the audio, ranging from natural sounds to performance to vocal works to modulations and electronic sources required real-time comparison of the multi-channel source and the Dolby Digital encoding process”, said KK Proffitt, JamSync’s Chief Audio Engineer. “Accurate localization and timbre is always critical, especially in compositions that rely on multi-channel listening to create an experience. We were working with compositions by Bernie Krause, Fred Frith and several others. The stylistic mixture was incredible.”

“I am very happy to have found JamSync”, said producer David Mather. “Their experience with DVD authoring gave me confidence. Also, I received the kind of personal attention which is unusual for digital studios. All in all, working with KK Proffitt has been a successful and enjoyable experience.”

JamSync is a full-service mixing, post production, DVD authoring and mastering facility for two-channel and multi-channel audio. The main mix/monitoring room is a full scale THX home theater. Featured equipment: Pro Tools Accel and Pro Tools AVoption XL, Nuendo 96K, Dolby Digital 562/569 decoder/encoder, Sonic Solutions DVD authoring, full complement of plug-ins and digital outboard effects from TC Electronic, Eventide, Lexicon, Waves etc.

 
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