Audio


BCDF’s New York facilities include a state-of-the-art music studio.

Studio Specifications

  • Designed and built by Chris Bowman (CHBO Inc.)
  • Live Room
  • Studio A
  • Studio B
  • Isolation Booth
  • Music Composition Suite
  • Conference Room
  • Yamaha C6 grand piano

Gear

  • Rupert Neve Designs 5088 (16x8x2 console)
  • 16 channels of state-of-the-art ADA conversion (Burl B80 Mothership)
  • Various outboard equalizers (Crane Song, Empirical Labs)
  • Dynamics processors (Millennia Media, Crane Song, Tonelux, Empirical Labs, Lafont Audio Labs)
  • Effects processors (Bricasti Design)
  • Various microphones (Josephson Engineering, Schoeps, Crowley & Tripp, AKG, Gefell)

Software Instruments

  • Complete Vienna Symphonic Library
  • LA Scoring Strings (LASS) sample library
  • Native Instruments Komplete 5

Visual


BCDF’s New York facility has three editing suites running the latest software from Apple, Avid, and Adobe, as well as one full finishing suite with calibrated monitoring and lighting for color grading, off-line and on-line editing, titling, digital effects, and compositing.

The facility runs over 45 terabytes of networked storage, making collaboration between the editing suites and the sharing of projects and media as streamlined as possible.

The facility also houses a large, sound-treated projection room with a 12-foot screen, making it an ideal environment for high-quality HD review of dailies, works in progress, and finished projects.

Production


  • NY state-qualified sound stage (7,000+ sq. ft.)
  • Music studio (1,000+ sq. ft.)
  • Editing suites (1,500+ sq. ft.)
  • Theater (800+ sq. ft.)
  • Offices and conference rooms (12,000+ sq. ft.)
  • Storage, including props and wardrobe (27,000+ sq. ft.)
  • JVC on-set monitoring (24")
  • Panasonic on-set monitoring (27")
  • 1 Red Epic camera
  • 1 Red One camera

Hudson Valley


When you visit the town of Kerhonkson, it’s hard to believe you’re only two hours from Times Square. Home to historic farms, landmark mansions, Rip Van Winkle, and the world’s largest garden gnome, New York’s Hudson Valley is a virtual paradise that’s just far enough from civilization to be truly civilized. The area boasts fresh local produce, family-owned businesses, and a community of creative professionals whom we’re proud to call neighbors. Most of all, the Hudson Valley gives us something you just can’t duplicate on a soundstage: room to breathe, space to think, and a place to let ideas grow at a natural pace.

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