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- Tuesday, Jan. 19, 2021
LIME extends reach with NYC remote audio services, hires Landrum, Falborn, Perepezko
- NEW YORK
In it’s 17th year of business, audio postproduction company LIME Studios Santa Monica has launched NYC remote audio services. The new venture is spearheaded by sr. mixer Glen Landrum, NYC executive producer Becca Falborn and assistant engineer Chris Perepezko, all formerly of Sound Lounge.
Bruce Horwitz, LIME managing member, is enthused over bringing Landrum into the company fold, describing him as “a seminal fixture in commercial audio.” Horwitz added, “LIME NYC couldn’t be off to a better start in the steady hands of Becca and Glen.”
Landrum brings 20 years of audio post experience as a mixer and sound designer. He’s mixed commercials for brands such as Mastercard, NFL, Pringles, US Cellular, TDAmeritrade, AstraZeneca, Novartis, Unilever and Johnson & Johnson.
“I am beyond excited to have this opportunity to join LIME studios and head the development of their East coast presence. I have a newly refreshed and bright outlook on my career moving forward,” said Landrum.
Falborn is an active member of the advertising industry not just in NYC but the East Coast as a whole. With a diverse professional path starting out in reality TV and transitioning into the world of postproduction, she spent time on the agency side before ending up in audio. Falborn has produced the audio for more than 20 Super Bowl campaigns in her three-plus years working in audio post.
“Being part of a team with such a flawless reputation and having the opportunity to expand the unparalleled services they bring to the industry to NYC is incredible,” related Falborn.
Budding talent Perepezko studied audio engineering at Fredonia State University. “As a young mixer in the industry, the opportunity to be part of the expansion of a well-known brand like LIME is somewhat of a dream,” said Perepezko.
The LIME NYC team will be working remotely with plans to open a brick and mortar studio space in 2021, navigating through development and changes due to COVID-19 restrictions.