5.1 Dolby Digital True Surround Audio Mastering

An Art Video Productions EXCLUSIVE and a MUST have! Nobody does this but in N.Y. and L.A.

What is it? Unlike earlier forms of surround sound, Dolby Digital or DTS 5.1-channel audio is a "discrete" multichannel surround sound system. With six discrete (separate) channels, sounds can be placed very precisely, for improved dialogue clarity, imaging, spaciousness, and realism. You also get a dedicated subwoofer channel, for plenty of deep bass. 


If you chose this super sophisticated upgrade, this changes from a simple 2 channel L&R Stereo, as this can easily become a complex multy channel audio mastering timeline.

What Is 4K Video?

4K resolution is a generic term for display devices or content having horizontal resolution on the order of 4,000 pixels. Several 4K resolutions exist in the fields of digital television and digital cinematography

DSLR Technology Information

Videographers are now using Still Photography cameras to shoot Video to deliver a film like motion picture due to the shallow depth-of-field DSLR cameras produce. However, this is not an easy task, requires a crew, and, especially the way audio must be captured.

Poor Audio vs. Professional Audio

The typical videographer will use just the audio coming from the camera's on board microphone. Result: The sound bounces all over the room's walls, floor and ceiling before it reaches the camera's mic. That's the same amateur audio your own cell phone or a guest will capture... This applies especially for the RECEPTION part.


The sound captured from the camera's on board mic, also will capture all the unwanted and strong, distracting background noises in the room plus will sound far away and echoed.


Our level of Videography and Audio capture skills is placed at the top 10% of professionals who have the knowhow and understand sound and video. Be careful here: A beginner or a low cost videographer do not have this knowhow, nor has the equipment or desire to go that sophisticated.


Especially on weddings for being a LIVE event where time can't stop, it is quite a challenge to set up these devices and also deal with post production on edit by having to synchronize all that external audio with your wedding video. 


Price Vs. quality "you get what you pay for"

State of the art gear and footage from our cameras