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Company 3 Launches Sound Division

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Company 3 (CO3) announced the launch of a new audio division. Located in Company 3’s Atlanta and New York facilities, CO3 Sound offers three 5.1 audio suites designed to handle surround sound for commercial, feature film and television clients providing sound design, original music composition and mixing.

The new division will complement Deluxe‘s sound offerings in facilities around the world. CO3 Sound’s radio and television mixing roster includes clients such as USA Network, Turner Broadcasting, Red Bull, Georgia Lottery, espnW, Ford, Kia and Toyota.

“Adding sound services to our current offerings further bolsters Deluxe’s strong sound offerings in its facilities around the world and more perfectly positions Company 3 to provide all our clients a complete package of services,” said Stefan Sonnenfeld, president and founder of Company 3. “With production and postproduction on the rise in New York and Atlanta, Company 3 is well equipped to handle the needs of this growing industry.”

CO3 Sound in Atlanta recently completed work on Activision‘s “Call of Duty: Black Ops II,” providing sound design, Foley and 5.1 mixing the game. The team also provided some sound services for the feature film, Devil’s Knot starring Reese Witherspoon and Colin Firth. CO3 Sound’s New York location has been working with USA Network, Red Bull‘s “Red Bulletin” and Sharp Entertainment‘s Adam Richman’s Best Sandwich in America for the Travel Channel.

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