NEW YORK — Audio post shop Mr. Bronx (www.bronxaudio.com) has expanded its facilities and added to its team. The studio recently added two new mix rooms, which were designed by Brian Dorfman of Orchard Design. Dorfman designed Mr. Bronx’s original studio when it opened in 2011. With the addition of their third studio — the film and ADR suite — Mr. Bronx can take on a multitude of projects.
Mr. Bronx has hired mixer/sound designer Eric Hoffman and producer Claudia Gaspar. Hoffman has nearly a decade of experience as a sound designer and mixer, working with top NY shops for major brands that include Pepsi, Reebok, NHL, YouTube and Heineken. He’s also worked on numerous trailers and film projects. Since joining Mr. Bronx, Hoffman has lent his talents to commercial projects for the likes of Bud Light, Cadillac, Walmart and Toyota. His most recent work includes the Lee Daniels-directed Pepsi spot that was incorporated into the December 2nd episode of Empire.
Gaspar is a seasoned boutique studio veteran, with experience as a producer, studio manager and scheduler. She’s worked for New York studios that include Headroom Digital Audio, Penny Lane Studios and Ataboy Studios.
Mr. Bronx mixer/sound designer/co-founder Dave Wolfe, producer Claudia Gaspar and mixer/sound designer Eric Hoffman