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Control Room A at Dynamix Productions
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We are taking the COVID-19 pandemic seriously here at Dynamix Productions. We're taking safety measures recommended by health officials. We're currently allowing fully vaccinated people to work mask-free in our building as long as ALL people are fully vaccinated. Our producer desk and engineer seat is more than 6 feet away in each studio, and there is glass between the engineer and voice talent. We're still encouraging smaller groups here, but if all parties are fully vaccinated and agree, we can record up to two people at a time in our VO room A. For recording three people, we can put another person in our second VO booth and link them together via Zoom or Skype. We can also have two producers in our Control Room A as long as all parties are fully vaccinated and agree. We sincerely wish that you and your families will stay safe and secure during these unusual times.

If a "Stay at Home" order is declared

If a strict "stay at home" order is declared, I am prepared to work out of my house.

Here's what capabilities I will have:

• Full editing capabilities, same as I have now
• Full libraries of music and sound effects
• Ability to send and receive large files
• Ability to direct remote recording sessions, with conference calling
• Ability to record remote voice talent and interviews via phone, FaceTime audio, Skype, TieLine, and using other digital services. If a lengthy "stay at home" is anticipated, I will explore subscribing to peer-to-peer recording software such as SourceConnect if there is enough demand.
• Ability to record remote on-location voice-overs, as long as social distancing guidelines can be maintained.
• Ability to convert cassette tapes and LPs to digital
• Ability to record dog and cat sound effects

Here are capabilities I will NOT have:
• No recording voice talent on site (Unless you want me to voice something. If you do then you must really be desperate.)
• No ISDN sessions
• No ADR sessions
• Only cassette and LP Analog conversion to digital, no reel-to-reel, 8-track, etc.
• Limited access to past projects that are already archived off my hard drives, typically older than 3 months. Current restrictions allow business owners to go to their facilities for the maintenance, security, and other duties necessary for the business to operate. If those rules remain in place, I can retrieve older projects with enough advance notice.