BAM Studios talks up new podcast division

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Chicago’s BAM Studios has worked on a wide range of compelling podcasts, including: ACLU’s Talking Liberties, Ronan Farrow: To Catch and Kill, Chris Olsen’s SHOUTBOX, Callaway Rogue Moments with Bill Macatee, McDonalds The Sauce, and Add Passion and Stir, providing voiceover recording, music licensing, sound design, editing and mixing. Now add their own Bang-Zoom podcast available in 2020, with (pictured) engineer Sidney Jones, Engineer Dave Leffel, producer / creative director Chris Olsen, and owner of BAM Studios, Brian Reed.

BAM’s efforts build on a twenty-year tradition of providing best-in-class audio in the most comfortable and convenient recording environment, to help make any podcast project a dream.

The new division, guided by Emmy-winning producer/creative director Chris Olsen, is here to help clients develop their ideas for podcast primetime, from original content development to full production recording, editing, music, and final posting to all your favorite podcast sources.

Centered around BAM’s recently unveiled state-of-the-art podcast recording studio; “Studio K,” the new custom designed room features a modular mic setup enabling easy plug and play recording for up to four discreet simultaneous in-studio voices. And for those truly adventurous projects, add even more voices to the mix with our easily reconfigurable modular facility!

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Additionally, BAM says they can easily connect clients, guests, and hosts from around the world to any session via Skype Audio/Video, digital Phone Patch, ISDN, SourceConnect, Comrex IP, and IpDTL, building on our state-of-the art TV, film, and commercial capabilities.

SOURCE: BAM Studios

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