We produced, filmed and edited this educational video in collaboration with the Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History. In the video, a museum curator introduces an original Dolby Noise Reduction System, built in the 1960s, and explains its relevance to the sound technology we use today. The video is being used by the museum to promote its exhibit on the history of sound and music recording, America’s Listening.

  • Captioning and Subtitling
  • Concept Development
  • Motion Graphics
  • Post Production
  • Sound Design and Mixing
  • Teaching and Learning Materials
  • Arts, History and Culture
  • Education
  • Technology

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