MERRIFIELD, VA — Capital Audio Post (www.capitalaudiopost.com) is a new facility that offers video editing, sound design, sound mixing, in-studio and ISDN recording services. The studio recently completed work on a number of projects, including providing sound editing and mixing for the three-part Discovery Channel mini-series, Heroes of Hell's Highway. The studio also worked on four National Geographic programs: two episodes of Empire Wars, and an episode each of Big Cats and American Tiger. In addition, Capital Audio Post contributed to two episodes of TLC’s DC Cupcakes.
The studio was founded by veteran audio mixers Frank Scheuring and Chip Sovek, who set up shop just a stone’s throw from the Capital Beltway that circles Washington, DC, and adjacent to the newly-built Mosaic District.
Frank Scheuring and Chip Sovek (Credit: Bruce Buckley)
“We built our facility with the client in mind,” says Scheuring. “We wanted easy access and plenty of surrounding amenities. Additionally, being near all major travel routes and in close proximity to the region's metro system made this location an excellent choice.”
The studio is based around Fairlight digital audio workstations.