All four two-mixer stages at Westwind Media feature ICON D-Control mixing consoles: Powered by Pro Tools, ICON D-Control ES puts the highest level of hands-on control and extended Pro Tools functionality at your mixer's fingertips, enabling you to record, edit, route, mix, automate, recall, and perform other Pro Tools tasks right from the console surface. These rooms are capable of running on any version of ProTools as required with any plugin that may be needed to support each production's particular needs as well as HD Picture Projected for Playback to a 16'x9' Screen.
DUB STAGE 1
DUB STAGE 3
Westwind Media's spacious ADR stage is over 550-sq. ft. with a 16-foot ceiling, providing the ultimate in dialogue replacement recording. Over-sized producers desk and along with a 260 sq. ft control room make your ADR session convenient and comfortable. ProTools HD in conjunction with Gallery ADRStudio software enable cues to be pre-loaded for fast ADR recording sessions. ADR sessions can be delivered as a ProTools session in many formats and media. The stage features Neumann and Sennheiser microphones and industry standard Focusrite preamps and equalizers. Digitized picture is displayed via LCD projector to a 10 x 7.5-ft. viewing screen and a 36" monitor.
RE-RECORDING MIXING: DOLBY ATMOS, 7.1 & 5.1 Capable
INTERNATIONAL M&E PACKAGING
DIALOGUE & EFFECTS EDITORIAL/CONFORMS
LAYBACK : Tape Laybacks as well as all Digital File Formats
ADR & VOICE OVER RECORDING
REMOTE SESSION CONNECTIVITY
FOLEY WALKING & RECORDING
DUB STAGE 2
DUB STAGE 6
Our foley stage is 23 ft. by 30 ft. with a 17 ft. staggered ceiling. The stage features a large multi-surface foley pit, several multi-depth water basin/tubs, numerous fixed doors/gates and thousands of props. The stage features Neumann and Sennheiser microphones, Focusrite preamps, compressors and equalizers. ProTools HD in conjunction with Gallery ADRStudio software enables editing for sync on the fly. Foley sessions can be delivers as a ProTools session in many formats and media. Video is displayed using digitized picture via LCD projection to a 7.5 x 10.5-ft. viewing screen.