Sofia, Bulgaria, May 18, 2008 --(PR.com
)-- Bulgaria keeps its reputation upheld as an attractive destination for Hollywood productions. Not only that the country successfully draws the attention of the US film producers, but also it gradually gets into the sight of the global American Media corporations. However, instead of looking for shooting terrains they are interested primarily in researching possibilities for effective partnerships in the field of post-production services. “Warner Bros” is another company, which has turned to a Bulgarian provider for the needs of a TV project. It built a friendly cooperation, hiring the sound-recording studio “Graffitti” for voiceover work over the popular horror “Moonlight” TV series released on the private channel CBS. The Hollywood actress Heather Stephens, who is taking part in the horror movie in Sofia, was specially invited to do the dubbing session. She is famous for her roles in TV serials as “Baywatch”, “Desperate housewives”, “CSI: Miami”, and “Without a trace”. “The session was extremely hard to be accomplished technically and in my opinion something like this has never been done in Bulgaria before. On one side, our client ordered a permanent ISDN transmission, while the recording was running, so that he was able to monitor the time code of the tape in real time. Along with that we should broadcast a high-quality audio and video signal to a studio based in LA, which was recording the session at the same time. I think that no other Balkan studio is capable of dealing with such kind of a project”, admits the “Graffitti Studio” sound-engineer Cvetan Chobanov after the session was over.