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For Keresey Proctor, editing video for the Traveling Yogini Tours started with a song. One of her client’s favorite songs, by Moby. It sounded like a perfect fit during the opening sequence, but quickly stumbled as a confused dance partner. It demanded a slower rhythm, made moves in weird places, and stepped on the picture’s toes. The picture deserved better.

Alternate Moby tracks tried, but stumbled. Only custom music would work.

With a deadline approaching, the director recommended hiring a highly reputable collaborator. The producer contacted Bruce Sales of 2BruceStudio, to score original music and sound design, and deliver the final audio mix for a tight but fair budget. A few soundtrack demos, and two weeks later, hugs and laughs went all around and 2BruceStudio delivered the final audio mix.

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From the jingle house to the Miles Building

SOUND GUY: Bruce Sales sits in his studio space in the Miles Building in downtown Asheville. Photo courtesy of Bruce Sales

SOUND GUY: Bruce Sales sits in his studio space in the Miles Building in downtown Asheville. Photo courtesy of Bruce Sales

From Mountain Xpress  

You probably won’t find a rock band in Bruce Sales’ 2BruceStudio, but that doesn’t mean he isn’t keeping busy. “My studio is more geared for postproduction,” says Sales. “I work with filmmakers and people doing video. So it’s [creating] the sound for the picture. They need sound design or voice recording or original music, or they just need me to mix it. Or fix it — I’ve been doing a lot of fixing lately.”

After majoring in songwriting at Berklee College of Music in Boston, Sales landed a gig at David Horowitz Music Associates, a commercial “jingle house” in New York City. He spent the next 15 years composing and engineering for big-name clients like Pepsi and GE, as well as small films.

And while the Asheville native says out-of-towners such as HBO and The History Channel still call on him regularly for voice recording work, he’s also made his mark in the local community. Besides producing the Asheville 48 Hour Film Project, Sales sponsors the Asheville Music School’s summer camp program, giving young musicians their first recording experience. The kids, he says, “just kind of walk in and play, and they get their mix. The largest group I had in here was 12 kids: They’re all lined around the walls, and I recorded them all at once playing a couple of songs. In the last 15 minutes, I mixed it together and gave them a version they can give their parents.” He also works with local musicians (including a lot of rappers and hip-hop artists lately, thanks to his knack for high-quality vocal recording), and businesses such as The Biltmore Co. and Travelling Yogini tours.

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21

Nov
2013

In 2BruceStudio News

By Bruce Sales

How High’s The Water, Daddy?

On 21, Nov 2013 | In 2BruceStudio News | By Bruce Sales

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Ivar’s wife and children had no idea, living upstairs from their newly opened restaurant, coming to wreck everything; Hurricane Sandy. Watch Ivar’s journey as he adapts, learns, and rebuilds the family dream.

Ever shot a one-chance interview with crazy distracting noises in the background? Did you fix the sound in post? 2BruceStudio has the tools and experience to salvage your most valuable scene, and make everything sound and look that much better in final output. Post Production services for “After Sandy: Facing the Future” provided by 2BruceStudio, Bruce Sales.

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