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On behalf of HEARSiGHT, welcome!

Maybe you need a traditional sound recordist for your film or commercial. Great - you've come to the right place. Maybe you need to improve the acoustics of your home or office. Explore how HEARSiGHT's acoustic prints have been designed to improve your room's acoustics while enhancing the visual atmosphere of your space. 

With a decade of international sound mixing experience, HEARSiGHT's recordings are heard on HBO, CBS, CNN, NFL, MLB, VICE, NPR, HGTV, Al Jazeera, DigitalB, Showtime, and we've been subcontracted by Google, Rolling Stone, Nike, Matador Records, Universal Music, Johnson & Johnson, Huffington Post, & JP Morgan Chase. 

You can check out a bit of the gear used to gather the ingredients for the story here:

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The ETHOS

We are visual creatures. We quickly filter and categorize people, products, and places by our visual impressions. We are also emotional creatures. Our mood and our decisions are oft formed and voiced by what we hear. 

Artful and effective expression requires balanced sensibility.

A sound recordist that has no familiarity with the difference between an 85mm and a 24mm lens will take longer to find the boom line and be ill equipped to form diplomacy with the director of photography. A photographer that storyboards a scene with every last plot element visually covered in the shot list will waste production time and leave little to the sonic imagination. 

HEARSiGHT is a connecting tissue between sight and sound that puts BOTH senses on the pedestal. Let's focus creatively on how to equalize the visual & auditory environment to cut to the emotional core of your message.

- Justin F Valls

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Picture the Acoustics

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