Skills in audio post production aren’t subjective. They are part art and part science – and, yes, a whole lot of talent. White Dog Studios has been recognized for decades by advertising agencies, corporate and commercial video- and film-production houses, post-production studios, independent producers and other recording studios all over the country for exceptional talent and artistic/technical skills in sound production. They come back to WDS time and time again because we produce results they can depend on.
WDS selected for new Netflix/SyFy series
(Oct. 19, 2017) White Dog Studios was selected to work the audio post production for Superstition, an hour-long series that will run for 12 episodes on the SyFy channel of Netflix starting Oct. 20. A team of six will produce the creative and supernatural sound for the show, which is about the Hastings family, which operates a funeral home and graveyard in a Deep South town dealing with its unfair share of legends, ancient myths and superstitions.
WDS wins 2017 Southeast EMMY® Award
(June 11, 2017) The National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences (NATAS) Southeast Chapter awarded Curt Bush of White Dog Studios with a 2017 Southeast EMMY® Award for his work on “The Legend Lives On: Atlanta’s Fox Theatre,” a documentary produced for Georgia Public Broadcasting. The award was presented June 10 at the Grand Hyatt in Buckhead. It was one of two EMMY nominations Bush received in the Audio – Post-Production Category. The other nomination was for his work on “Chinese Tea: Elixir of the Orient,” another documentary produced for Georgia Public Broadcasting.
WDS receives 2 EMMY® Award nominations
(April 25, 2017) “Chinese Tea: Elixir of the Orient,” a documentary sponsored by Georgia Public Broadcasting, takes viewers to China to witness how tea, long considered that country’s signature drink, helped to form its culture, too. Curt Bush of White Dog Studios provided audio production services for the film and received an EMMY® Award nomination to the Southeast Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences for it, along with his work on “The Legend Lives On: Atlanta’s Fox Theatre,” a documentary. The 2017 awards will be presented in June.