To best meet the imperatives of your projects, we have put together a structure that is flexible, efficient, and competitive. It is built around a number of specific technical resources, the visible part of which consists of 7 studios and auditoriums, from sound effects to mixing for film. It is accompanied by a dynamic team with the range of skills that allow them to make the best use of these tools (Foley artists, sound editors / sound designers, mixers, etc.)
The sound-effects man, or Foley artist, is a real performer as he records live onto the image to recreate the sounds of movements and actions that can be seen on the screen. We have a Foley auditorium equipped with a large number of accessories, different types of ground surface and a "pool" ... As well as the skills to make the sound effects for your project.
Dubbing (revoicing) and voice-overs
To take on your global projects, we offer tools such as a dub stage and rhythmo band that fully comply with the requirements of the exercise. We offer multilingual dubbing and voice-overs for all types of programmes and a wide choice of voices. Drawing on an extensive network of writers, actors and set directors, we attach great importance to choosing the right people to best meet your expectations and to propose an adaptation that is perfectly suited to the project.
5.1 and stereo mixing
In the final stage of production, the mix will integrate each of the sounds created upstream (shooting, sound editing and sound effects) to give them consistency and readability. Initially technical, mixing is also an artistic stage that requires attentive listening to the orientation given by the director. We offer you the tools and ears that are able to listen to these imperatives and to respond effectively through stereo and 5.1 mix studios enabling us to finalize soundtracks in all formats (TV, Film, Web, etc.)
Sound editing and sound design
Sound editing is the creative phase par excellence. It helps create the backdrop for each scene. It therefore requires special sensitivity to the image, an informed reading of the context, and a fine interpretation of the director's wishes. Drawing on a vast bank of commercial and personal sounds, and using special tools to optimize this work, our sound editors have the necessary experience to get to grips with this tricky exercise.