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Capital Audio Post Becomes Capital Post Production


LR-Capital Post Production-emailLR-Capital Post ProductionFairfax, Va.-based Capital Audio Post founders Frank Scheuring and Chip Sovek announced that they are rebranding the company as Capital Post Production, saying that their partnership with finishing artist Bob Tyskowski positioned the facility to expand beyond digital audio.

“We’ve invested in these technologies all along,” said Sovek, “but it wasn’t until we could offer clients that direct connection with Bob that we thought, ‘Yeah, now this is what we’re all about.’”

Tyskowski recently won a ProMax/BDA Bronze award for Long Island Medium Launch. He will be based at the Fairfax facility, providing closed captioning, video digitizing and compression, and video finishing services.

The company plans to broaden its market base, reaching out to new clients in the broadcast, corporate, advertising, political and real estate markets. In addition to video services, the facility offers ISDN recording, studio recording, sound design, sound editing, sound mixing, and location sound recording services and quality control.

The facility features three audio suites, two video suites and a sound booth, serving the Washington D.C. market.

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