The 10 Most Important Things To Look For At A Recording Studio in NYC

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As the holiday season approaches we want to take a moment to say Thank You to all of our clients, family and friends. We would not be able to create the work we do without you.

Now, let’s get right to the work!

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ASL teamed up with PR agency BCW as well as Team Enterprises to help increase exposure for a World Series of Poker sponsor. In less than two weeks’ time from conception, ASL pulled off shoots in NYC and Memphis, bringing to life scripts that equated poker skills to real life scenarios.

ASL’s role included bringing together a diverse cast to act in three unique scenes, all filmed in one location in one day. Directing the action was one of our go-to comedy directors Trevor Williams. We also oversaw a set team to dress the scenes and props to help sell the gags.

Next, we headed to he Horseshoe Hotel and Casino outside of Memphis, to film Chris Moneymakers part. We flew in the director, producer and DP and used a local production company to round out the crew. And in less than a month’s time we had a landing page loaded with advice and humor content for our clients. 

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On the livestream front, Hand and Stone brought us in for the yearly award show, “The Stoney’s.” These typically take place in person but have switched to remote since Covid began. This year they had a really fun, yet challenging concept as we were asked to mimic Saturday Night Live.

In order to pull this off, ASL brought in a Tri-caster Mini and built and lit a green screen. We had two different background looks including the main stage and the weekend update set. The show also consisted of a musical performance, a standup comedy routine and celebrity cameo for award winners. The show looked incredible and everyone at Hand and Stone did an amazing job at playing their SNL roles. 

Take a look at the picture above to catch a glimpse of what it looked like.

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On the livestream front, Hand and Stone brought us in for the yearly award show, “The Stoney’s.” These typically take place in person but have switched to remote since Covid began. This year they had a really fun, yet challenging concept as we were asked to mimic Saturday Night Live.

In order to pull this off, ASL brought in a Tri-caster Mini and built and lit a green screen. We had two different background looks including the main stage and the weekend update set. The show also consisted of a musical performance, a standup comedy routine and celebrity cameo for award winners. The show looked incredible and everyone at Hand and Stone did an amazing job at playing their SNL roles. 

Take a look at the picture above to catch a glimpse of what it looked like.

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In our next blast we’ll have our latest production work for Abbott Health, post production work with Havas and RSM and some fun ones for Barstool Sports sponsors Chevy, Hooters and Datchat.

We hope all of you have a wonderful Thanksgiving and get to spend quality time with your family and friends!


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