Procella loudspeaker installations in professional post-production, sound mixing and cinema environments.
Finnkino Tennispalatsi SCAPE Theater in Helsinki, Finland has been awarded ICTA's "Classic Screen of the Year" award. The award will be presented at the ICTA conference in Barcelona later this summer. After the ISE, we visited this amazing cinema room, which uses a rather unique system to get both very good video quality and very good audio quality, called AS2. This system was developed in-house by Finnkino technical experts, and the premium cinema rooms that…Read more
Shown here is the facility’s chief sound designer and re-recording mixer, Mr. Kazutaka Someya, renowned as a master of surround sound with over 30 years of surround design experience. Regarding the choice of Procella, Someya-san said “We opened a Dolby Atmos-compatible, THX pm3 certified studio in Tokyo in November, 2014. The studio’s main monitors are Procella-made: fifteen P8s, nine LF815-FPs and two P18-FPs. “Since the studio is rather small, it was very difficult to select…Read more
Major Tokyo post-production studio Glovision has completed installation of complete Procella monitoring systems in its three suites. All three rooms are configured for Dolby Atmos mixing and playback. The largest room has a 17.1.10 configuration, and two smaller rooms are set up for 9.1.4 and 7.1.2 playback, respectively. Sona Corporation, Procella’s Japanese Pro Audio dealer, is responsible for all acoustical design and construction. As you can see in the photos and the link below, Sona’s…Read more
The loudspeakers used for the AS2 design were designed by Procella founding partner Anders Uggelberg. Over the last decade, this system and Procella loudspeakers have been exclusively installed in each of the premium theaters operated by NCG under the Finnkino (Finland) and Forum (Baltic) theater brands. In 2016, this will be expanded to include theaters in Sweden and Norway. The Atmos implementation in the Tallinn theater was designed as a joint effort by Nordic Cinema…Read more
The Tallinn University Baltic Film and Media School (BFM) offers hands-on university degree courses in Film Arts, Crossmedia Production, and Audiovisual Media. With over 400 students from more than 20 countries worldwide, BFM is one of Europe’s largest – and Northern Europe’s only – English-language film and media school. Tallinn University is the largest university of humanities in Tallinn. We have more than 9,000 students (with 5.5% of them international), and over 900 employees, including…Read more