Location Recording Services
The Microphone man, a division of A&J Recording Studios, specializes in audio support for seminars, lectures, panel discussions, and museum and gallery talks using professional quality wired and wireless Lavalier, table and stand microphones, Shure AMS microphone systems, studio quality mixing consoles, and digital feedback controllers.
We'll record your event in digital format using professional digital recorders.
We can supply up to 16 simultaneous audio press feeds to media outlets and video crews.
Post Production Services
From a simple edit to a complex production, whether you're planning a CD or DVD for distribution, a multimedia presentation on the web, a podcast, commercials to promote your programs, or a self guided tour of an exhibition, we've got the tools and the experience you'll need to enable you to reach your audience effectively.
We utilize a wide variety of professional grade audio equipment from Sennheiser, Shure, Digidesign, Sony, Behringer, Hafler and others to insure that you'll get the right tools for the job, including backup equipment to make sure that the show goes on. And, if we don't have what you need, we'll arrange to get it for you.
If you're looking for suggestions on what equipment to purchase, how to design, or redesign your in-house audio support services, need to solve a communications issue or want to learn how you can utilize your existing facility better, contact us. We'll share our expertise with you.
Who We Are
Since 1970, Gerald Kornbluth has been a leader and innovator in the field of audio production, post production and communications, and is the owner of and driving force behind A&J Recording Studios, a full service audio recording facility that was, until recently located in New York City. A&J specializes in location recording and in audio production for Information-by-Telephone systems, radio, television, film, walking, driving, and museum tours, CD-ROM’s, the web, and corporate communications.
Mr. Kornbluth has created award winning programs, music scores and audio illusions for dramatic radio, live theater, radio and TV commercials, daytime TV dramas, film and videos. A&J has serviced a varied client roster including such organizations as Florentine Films (“Jazz”, “The Civil War,” “Baseball” and “The West” on PBS), The Library of Congress, Columbia House, Movado Watch, The Fashion Group, Cotton Incorporated, and Konica Minolta Corporation, among others.
A&J has created museum tours for many institutions, including the Metropolitan Museum of Art, The Hirschhorn Museum, and The Barnum Museum, as well as walking tours of cities from Berlin to San Francisco . They have also produced a series of self guided driving tours for the National Wildlife Refuge system imncluding 2 in Florida, one for the Ding Darling National Wildlife Refuge in Sanabel, and the other for The Merritt Island National Wildlife Refuge near the Kennedy Space Center.
A&J has been responsible for developing audio archives of the meetings and presentations of organizations including the Audio Engineering Society, New York Women in Film and Television, and the Screen Actors Guild.
In Audiotex services, the field of interactive audio for the Information-by-Telephone industry, A&J is a one stop production facility offering expert services ranging from initial project design to script development and testing. Services include professional voice-over talent casting, recording, editing, music and sound effects production and digitizing as well as application programming and interactive Information-by-Telephone systems.
Dialogic Corporation, the world’s leading provider of PC based voice processing hardware (now owned by Intel), chose A&J as a “preferred provider” of audio production and digitizing services for their customers. Major projects have included over 2,000 digitized voice segments in multiple languages for the Brooklyn Union Gas Company/IBM Customer Service project, over 14,000 digitized voice segments for the Warner Brothers Bugs Bunny Birthday hotline and over 30,000 segments for the ATT Invest-Alert system.
Mr. Kornbluth has designed and implemented communications systems for the ABC Television Network, where he created delivery systems for the insertion of music into the “live” daytime TV dramas, “Ryan's Hope,” “All My Children” and “One Life To Live”. He has designed and fabricated walking tour equipment for the Musical Instrument department at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. He has also designed and installed broadcast communications centers for EF Hutton and PaineWebber, and video production facilities for Smith Barney. Locally, A&J has worked with organizations including the Norton Museum of Art and Century Village.
If you have any questions about upcoming projects or about our services, please contact us.
Phone: (561) 649 9170
Fax: (561) 649 9171
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