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Waterman Sound Launches in Toluca Lake

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Waterman.logo1James Longeretta, owner of global post-production solutions provider Vortechs, has teamed with veteran Supervising Sound Editor/Re-Recording Mixer Joe Schultz (Once Upon a Time, Lost, Amazing Stories for Apple TV) to launch Waterman Sound. The state-of-the-art sound facility offers sound editorial, sound design, mixing, and ADR from its newly-built studio in Toluca Lake, California. The company has hired ADR Mixer Marilyn Morris (Captain Marvel, Miss Sloane), formerly of Skywalker Sound and Dubbing Brothers, to helm its ADR stage.

L-R: Joe Schultz, James Longeretta, Marilyn Morris
L-R: James Longeretta, Joe Schultz, Marilyn Morris

Waterman Sound will target scripted and unscripted television series and independent features. It has aligned itself with Vortechs and nearby post-finishing facility The Foundation to provide productions all-inclusive post service packages. Waterman Sound already has several projects to its credit, including  ADR for NBC’s The Good Place, Warner Bros.’ Castle Rock, ABC Studios’ Blackish, Fox’s What We Do in the Shadows and the feature films Charlie’s Angels (Columbia Pictures) and JoJo Rabbit (Warner Bros.).

Waterman Sound’s technical resources include a 17’ by 31’ mix stage with a dual operator Avid S6 console, multiple Pro Tools HDX systems, JBL 7.1 monitoring and an arsenal of plugins. It also features an ADR stage capable of accommodating up to eight voice actors and two Pro Tools equipped sound editorial rooms.

For more information please visit www.watermansound.com

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