New York-based post house DuArt has added 21 additional edit bays, along with two new insert stages. The new edit bays were constructed on DuArt’s 7th floor, a fully renovated space that features 7-foot windows on all four walls, 11-foot ceilings, exposed brick, and appealing Midtown views. Each edit bay, which can also be quickly converted into production office space, provides fiber and ethernet connectivity, as well as wireless and hard-wired Internet.
This latest expansion complements the 54 existing production suites and edit bays already available at DuArt.
On the third floor, the company has built two new insert stages. The studios are ideal for shooting greenscreens or interviews, with hair/makeup and wardrobe rooms just next door. A freight elevator and loading dock are available for easy load in and out.
DuArt’s new facilities have already hosted several clients, including MTV2, Park Slope Productions and The Documentary Group.
In May, the facility added three new audio production rooms for a total of seven. All of those suites are suitable for a wide range of VO uses, with an emphasis on audio books and television narration.