VSI Group is a World Leader in Localization
Voice Script International (VSI) has called again on integrator Audio Intervisual Design for a post-production facility, which includes four ATMOS Mix Rooms at their new VSI Los Angeles Main location. Included in the recording center are also three ADR booths and four 5.1/ Stereo edit suites.
Pictured at VSI Los Angeles Main is the new Berlin Stage and Berlin Booth.
In 2017, AID designed and created VSI’s first LA post-production facility, which has three recording spaces and the capability to record both voice and musical instruments, as well as other post-production operations.
With more than 30 years of experience and over 25 state-of-the-art facilities worldwide, the VSI Group is one of the world’s leading media content localization companies. VSI is a global service provider for all language needs, offering lip-sync dubbing, voice-over, subtitling, translation, post-production, creative and access services.
Before designing and building their second Los Angeles studio facility, VSI Los Angeles’ General Manager, Alex Weiser contacted Jim Pace, President of Audio Intervisual Design (AID), to design and create the new facility, which is equipped to record both voice and musical instruments, as well as other post-production operations. One of the requirements was the ability to mix in the certified Dolby ATMOS Mix Rooms for home theater.
VSI localizes theatrical movies, TV series, documentaries, award shows, advertisements and more. VSI’s expert teams possess in-depth knowledge and cultural understanding of global brands across all industry sectors, making it an ideal localization company to help businesses grow international sales.
“Every studio in the group is equipped with the latest ProTools,” says Alex Weiser, “which is an international standard for audio recording and mixing. We sometimes mix material here that has been recorded abroad or vice versa. We can also mix several versions of certain content centrally for consistency and quality.”
Jim Pace explains, “With their multi-facility locations around the world, there is a lot of interaction. It really is a global company, now with a second high-end hub here in Los Angeles.”
Alex Weiser continues, “AID helped us design the facility in a very innovative way. We have a complex system, but one that is also very flexible. We use the latest technologies and tools that allow us to provide a fully interconnected facility to manage most any project worldwide.”
Learn more about the Voice Script International Group: http://www.vsi.tv
ABOUT AUDIO INTERVISUAL DESIGN
Based in Los Angeles, Audio Intervisual Design (AID) involvement in the Hollywood professional industries includes over 50 ATMOS rooms providing tools for the creative community with unparalleled product expertise and technical support. The company represents hundreds of audio/video technology brands and specializes in both product sales and complete system integration with first class design and technical support. AID specializes in media facilities and technology for film, television and streaming services postproduction. http://aidinc.com