LOS ANGELES — Independent facilities Post Haste Digital (http://posthastedigital.com) and Larson Studios (www.larson.com) are joining forces to extend their audio and video post production services to West Los Angeles. As part of the arrangement, Hollywood-based Larson will operate the main stage in Post Haste’s Culver City facility, where the studio will service its Westside clients and also lend talent to Post Haste projects. Upcoming projects to be mixed on Larson’s new Stage 10 include Fox’s re-boot of the sci-fi series The X-Files.
Post Haste’s Culver City facility is home to two re-recording and mixing stages, spacious ADR and Foley stages, two machine rooms and six editorial and mastering suites. The company has completed restoration, mastering, compression, authoring and a multitude of additonal post services for projects that include Twentieth Century Fox’s 50th anniversary Blu-ray release of Lost in Space and NBC’s Blu-ray/DVD of the series
Aquarius. Larson’s new Westside stage rounds out nine existing stages spread across its two Hollywood facilities. The company has served as the post production home for
NCIS: Los Angeles, Orange is the New Black, Hell on Wheels, Graceland, Last Man on Earth, Getting On and
It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia.
L-R: Post Haste’s Allan Falk and Larson Studios’ Rick Larson
“Larson Studios has an outstanding reputation for quality and a focus on customer service, making this collaboration a perfect fit,” says Post Haste Digital owner/president, Allan Falk. “Our newfound affiliation will not only bring new talent and exciting projects to our Westside facility, but also expand our current slate of services. We’re very pleased to be working together.”
“I’m very excited about this new affiliation,” adds Rick Larson, CEO and president of Larson Studios. “Allan and his team have built a fine facility in a terrific location, and we’re looking forward to expanding the Larson Studios footprint beyond Hollywood. This new relationship and our resulting presence will enable us to fill a void created by changes in the sound finishing world this past year.”