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Sahara India goes the music studio way with ‘Studio Nysa’

15-September-2007
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Sahara India goes the music studio way with ‘Studio Nysa’

Sahara India Pariwar has recently unveiled Studio Nysa, its a state-of-the-art studio facility catering to recording, editing, mixing and mastering of music under one roof. The studio will have competent human resource in the form of its audio team, with well-trained and experienced professionals who have worked with the best music directors and directors in the film industry.

Saapna Mukerji, Senior VP, H.O.D., Audio (SITV), said, “This music studio with the combination of services and technology makes it a rare in the industry. We are committed to best quality and delivery of the product within permissible time frame. Our services are more than at par with the industry; rather, a step ahead of them all.”

The studio is equipped with the edition of Studio Nysa ‘A’ and Studio Nysa ‘B’ with SSL 9000K and SSL 4000 GT series to boost the category in sonic quality.

Both the studio set-ups cater to the best of recording technologies with their combination of analog and digital recording domains. This facility will offer the best ambience for scoring of songs and background music for films. Additionally, the studio also has dubbing facility for films.

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