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For Immediate Release: March 14, 2000

Media contact:
Doug Osborne, Martinsound, Inc.
(800) 582-3555 ext. 121

MultiMAX Is Big In Japan
Japanese studios install Martinsound multiformat monitor controller

Alhambra, Cal.-- Martinsound's authorized distributor for Japan, Studio System Lab., Inc., is reporting several installations of the MultiMAX multiformat monitor controller and remote. MultiMAX augments any stereo mixing console or workstation and allows it to be used to produce surround sound projects in formats of up to 8 channels.

In Tokyo, Procen Studios has installed a MultiMAX system in Room MA3, a non-linear digital audio editing suite, where it is used to control Genelec 1032A main monitor and 1029A surround speakers. Procen Studios features 3 video editing and 3 surround mixing suites, and offers foreign language dubbing and subtitling facilities, together with post production, recording and mixing in Dolby Digital 5.1 (AC-3) and Dolby Surround formats. The studio released 100 foreign language movies dubbed for the Japanese theatrical, video and TV markets last year.

Also in Tokyo, the award-winning Studio Ghibli is using a MultiMAX and remote controller in the production of animation feature films for theatrical release. The renowned studio, established in 1985 by Hayao Miyazaki, is best known for Mononoke Hime (The Princess Mononoke), released in 1997 and distributed worldwide by Disney.

Memory-Tech Corporation, a Tokyo-based manufacturer of CD, DVD and other optical disk media, has purchased a MultiMAX and remote for its audio studio in the Minato-ku district. MultiMAX will provide surround sound monitor control during the editing, processing and authoring of audio for a variety of release formats. Memory-Tech is a joint venture with several Japanese manufacturers, including Mitsubishi Corporation, and boasts an output capacity of 10 million disks per month.

Studio System Lab., Inc. is a Tokyo-based professional audio equipment dealer and is the exclusive Japanese distributor for Martinsound's specialized audio products for recording, post production, mastering and broadcast.

Press contacts:

Media contact:
Doug Osborne
Martinsound, Inc.
Tel: (800) 582-3555 ext. 121
Outside USA: +1 (626) 281-3555 ext. 121
Email:
dosborne@martinsound.com


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