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B URBANK —  Silverlake Sounds' Zoomania Music ( business recently upgraded its facility with a new Dual 15 Workstation from Argosy Console, Inc. The new Dual 15 Workstation has been installed in a tracking and 5.1 mixing room, which is mainly occupied by staff engineer and mixer Aaron Seiter, though it's also available to the company's roster of composers. Silverlake Sounds already had a Dual 15 Workstation in its audio post production facility. Studio owner Jason Altshuler and partner Jeremy Smith set up Zoomania Music in response to requests for custom work and underscores for feature films, trailers, TV shows and TV show promos. The studio has eight composers signed to its roster, covering all genres of music, including electronica, dubstep, hip-hop, orchestral and indie rock. The business also maintains an exclusive and discrete catalogue of recordings that are available for immediate use.  In addition to custom music, sonic branding and original score creation, Zoomania offers catalog/library services, remixing, song replacement and sound design. Pictured L-R: Zoomania's co-founder Jason Altshuler, engineer Aaron Seiter, and co-founder Jeremy Smith. 'Heroes & Villains' aims to save soundtracks D ETROIT — On Halloween, Blastwave FX will release "Heroes & Villains," a new collection of 500 high definition sound effects that can be used to save the world… or destroy it. Created at the Detroit Chop Shop and designed by Ric Viers, this collection includes cityscapes, hideouts and laboratory ambiences, various weapons, impacts, crashes, explosions, vehicles, super powers and a lot more. Every sound effect was recorded in 24-bit/96kHz, and is delivered as a broadcast WAV file, complete with comprehensive metadata that's compatible with most search engines. Pricing for "Heroes & Villains" will be $99. 32 Post • October 2013 libraries Sound Zoomania improves audio faciities

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