Jay Rose’s
 Digital Playroom

This is where Jay spent his time between 2000 - 2016. Then he sold the building.
Here's where he is now.

studio photo
   Brookline studio. Not shown: more equipment, lots of space, well treated voice booth, comfortable client area...   more studio pictures.
   On screen: Joan Baez in "For the Love of the Music" (2012) Sound Designer: Jay Rose

Digital Playroom is a fully equipped digital audio production facility specializing in sound for media.
Clients include AT&T, Buena Vista, CBS, Discovery Channel, Dunkin Donuts, PBS, and and some excellent producers in Boston, NY, and LA. We do not record bands.

Jay Rose is a nationally-respected sound designer and consultant.
His Clio- and Emmy-winning career has also included program opens for NBC, film sound design for MGM, and advertising audio for presidential campaigns. He's also the author of two popular books about sound for film and video: Producing Great Sound, called "a must-have resource for professionals" by Videography Magazine, and Audio Postproduction, which The Cut called "the best text on practical and technical aspects of audio ".

The facility was purpose-built for creative sound-for-picture, with excellent monitoring, separate equipment room, and a tight vocal/sfx booth. Equipment includes ProTools and Nuendo with unlimited tracks and warp-to-picture, AudicyVX, Eventide H-8000, Timecode DAT and DTRS, and a whole lot of other gear.

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