We've been signed to do the sound design, final mix and title graphics for "Other Walls 2 Fall", a feature-length documentary about music and it's role in contemporary world politics.

I've just completed post-production on a series of spots for Langley Social, LLC, a Los Angeles-based members-only scotch and fine whiskey club. 

I'm thrilled to announce completion of a promotional spot for Oh Cheeky, an enterprising new Los Angeles-based soccer apparel company determined to 

We've been booked to do a full sound package including dialogue editing, sound design, ADR, Foley and 5.1 Final Mix for first-time writer-director

We've been booked to do the 5.1 final mix on the latest film by director Ray Spiesss Jr.  "Redemption" is the harrowing story of a death row inmate who receives some startling news just hours before 

Dave has been hired to design and create the opening title sequence AND end crawl for the feature film "Culture of Fear", produced by 

Tears of Blood

I'm stoked to have been booked to do the audio post for "Tears Of Blood", written and directed by Patrick Rozenfeld. It's a taut, well-made

NOW EDITING: Comedienne/Actress Sherri Shepherd (The View, Match Made in Heaven) has teamed up with Doug Williams (First Amendment w/Martin Lawrence) for a

The 5.1 sound mix for the Malcolm McDowell - starrer "Culture of Fear" is now in the final stages of completion.

I've begun postproduction editing on BEAR DOWN, a feature-length documentary that centers around the Chicago Bears and it's fans. The movie explores the world of

We now offer affordable 5.1 audio mixing and foley in addition to our existing sound editing, design and voiceover services...making it even easier to get the Hollywood feature-quality sound that gives your indie production that extra edge at festival time. 

We're thrilled to be providing final editing along with a complete sound package for "Culture of Fear", an impressive and compelling new feature film from Dark Society starring Malcolm McDowell, Kayla Tabish, Nick Liam Heaney and Steven Bauer.

"Crossroads w/Kriz Harriz" is an entirely refreshing new docu-travel series that combines a unique, charming style with some out-of-this-world footage. 

"Almost irresponsible amounts of performance" - that's a quote from Nvidia CEO Jen-Hsung Huang describing the new GTX 1080 slated to be available at the end of May, 2016. 

We're gearing up to begin editing additional episodes of a hot new sketch comedy pilot for Doug and Ada Williams called "Running the Streets w/Doug Williams".

 Why not let us create your Opening Title Sequence, Movie Poster, End Credits and other graphic movie marketing materials? Check out some of the work we have done...

I couldn't be more proud to have booked Jon Voight's latest movie "JL Ranch", a movie for the Hallmark channel produced by Steven Paul and directed by Charles Robert Carner. 

 Sizzle reel for a high-concept website/game involving beautiful female warriors, each wielding a unique set of weaponry and each with outstanding fighting skills.

I'm blessed to be working with some very talented directors this season. One of the coolest and most evocative films to come across our little studio thus far is the short feature I am working on right now, "The Sweetening", directed by Los Angeles filmmaker Grace Rowe.

This is by far one of the craziest yet most rewarding projects I've ever been involved with. When my filmmaker friend Ray Spiess, Jr. came to me roughly 6 weeks ago and asked

Digital Cinema Projection (or Digital Cinema, for short) is a method whereby the traditional film containing the movie is replaced by an electronic copy contained on a storage device, such as a high-capacity hard drive and server. Instead of projecting light through film, digital cinema utilizes technologies such as DLP and LCOS to accomplish the task.

The CC 2014.1 releases of After Effects, Premiere Pro, and Adobe Media Encoder introduced the ability to natively decode and encode QuickTime (.mov) files using the GoPro CineForm codec on Mac OS and Windows, meaning that you do not need to install additional codecs to use and create such files.

videoformats iconsIt used to be so easy to start out movie making - you'd buy an 8mm or Super8 camera; or if you were really industrious, a 16mm camera and shoot and edit your movies.