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Audio production

 From recording to mixing, we do it all!

 From recording to mixing, we do it all!

 From recording to mixing, we do it all!

 From recording to mixing, we do it all!

 From recording to mixing, we do it all!

Audio Post-Production, Recording, Mixing, Voice Overs,Editing 

Quality you can trust: 20 years of experience in the industry

Audio post-production services can take your project to the next level. We offer a variety of services to make your audio sound great, including recording and mixing, sound effects design and editorial services, and commercial, TV, radio, and web mixing.

We also offer voiceover and ADR services. Our music recording and mixing services are top-notch, and we offer remote recording and portable workstation remote recording.


Our video output is top-notch, and we can integrate computer graphics into your project, including supers and subtitles. We also offer production direction,

talent casting, and narrator services.


Contact us today to learn more about our

audio post-production services!

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Montreal audio post production

Quality you can trust: 20 years of experience in the industry

Recording & Mixing

Stereo 5.1 Mix 
Sound Effects Design & Editorial Services
Commercials, TV, Radio, Web
Location sound
Music Recording & Mixing
Remote Recording
Portable Workstation Remote Recording
Integration of computer graphics including « supers » and subtitles and any translation elements
Video output
Production Direction (In house directors available)
Talent casting (narrators and voice actors)

Our team of  professionals s are here to make sure your next  project gets the details right. Whether you need subtitles,  voiceovers, or transcreation services, we’d love to talk to you about your project


Terms used in the audio industry

ADR - Automated Dialogue Replacement, a technique where dialogue is re-recorded in a studio and synced with the visuals in post-production.

Foley - the creation and recording of sound effects, such as footsteps, door creaks, and other ambient noises, to add realism to a scene.

EQ - Equalization, the process of adjusting the balance of frequencies in an audio signal.

Compression - the process of reducing the dynamic range of an audio signal, making loud sounds quieter and quiet sounds louder.

Reverb - a sound effect that simulates the acoustics of a space, adding depth and dimension to a recording.

Mix - the process of combining multiple audio tracks into a single, cohesive audio track.

Mastering - the final step in audio post-production, where the final mix is optimized for playback on various devices and media.

Dialogue editing - the process of editing and cleaning up dialogue recordings, removing unwanted sounds and enhancing clarity.

Foley recording - the process of recording sound effects, typically in a studio or soundstage, to be added to a scene in post-production.

Field recording - the process of capturing audio in a real-world setting, typically using a portable recorder and microphones.

Sound design - the process of creating and manipulating sound effects to enhance the storytelling and emotional impact of a scene


Noise reduction - the process of removing unwanted background noise from an audio recording.

Mixing console - a piece of audio equipment used to adjust and control the levels and EQ of multiple audio signals.

Sound effects - pre-recorded or synthesized audio clips used to enhance a scene or create a specific mood or emotion.

Dialogue replacement - a technique where a line of dialogue is re-recorded in a studio and replaced in the final mix.

Surround sound - an audio format that uses multiple speakers to create a 3D sound field, typically used in movie theaters and home theaters.

Foley stage - a studio or soundstage designed specifically for recording Foley sound effects.

Looping - a technique where a small section of audio is repeated to create a continuous sound.

Room tone - the natural ambient sound of a location, recorded to be used in post-production to create a seamless audio transition.

Soundtrack - the complete audio component of a film or video project, including dialogue, music, sound effects, and other audio elements

Radio & TV Advertising

Air M.S. Media has over 25 years of experience in TV and radio production, from original music scoring, recording and creative sound design, to final mix and delivery.  We also offer talent casting, services for both French and English voiceover production and have extensive experience in voice direction. 








French Adaptation and Transcreation for

Advertising and Television 


Air M.S. Media can customize your TV episodes and ad content for the French-Canadian market while maintaining its intent, style, tone, and context ensuring that they are suitable for the target local market. with comprehensive turnkey solutions.  We offer casting services, French and English translations, talent direction, mixing, layback, titling, subtitles, etc.



















Original Music Scoring

Air M.S. Media’s talented team of in-house and freelance composers and songwriters will brings you productions to the next level.  We can create for you musical pieces perfectly tailored to your needs. We collaborate with talented musicians and have recorded over a hundred albums including gold albums and platinum albums.  We have won the prestigious SOCAN international television music award twice.


Talk to a specialist about your Project!


We can supply you
location sound recordist
with equipement


Location sound is a crucial element of any film or video production. It involves capturing high-quality audio on set or in a location, which is later mixed and edited in post-production to create the final soundtrack of the project. The success of location sound depends on a range of factors, including the type of microphone used, the quality of the cables and equipment, and the ability of the sound mixer to capture clean and clear sound.

The most commonly used microphones for location sound include the boom microphone, lavaliere microphone (or "lav mic"), and shotgun microphone. A boom microphone is typically used to capture dialogue or other sounds in a particular direction, while a lav mic is a small microphone that is attached to the clothing of the person being recorded. A shotgun microphone is a highly directional microphone that is used to capture sound from a specific direction while rejecting unwanted noise from other directions.

Other important equipment used in location sound includes windscreen and dead cat windscreen, which are used to reduce wind noise and other unwanted sounds. Sound mixers, field recorders, XLR cables, wireless transmitters and receivers, headphones, and mic stands are also crucial for capturing high-quality sound on location.

To achieve the best results in location sound, soundproofing is also important to minimize ambient noise and ensure that the dialogue and other important sounds are captured clearly. Foley is another key element of location sound that involves creating and recording sound effects for specific actions and movements, such as footsteps, opening doors, or pouring liquids.

Overall, location sound is an essential aspect of any film or video production, and its importance cannot be overstated. It requires expertise, high-quality equipment, and attention to detail to capture clean and clear sound that enhances the overall production value of the project.

 We offer a variety of services and equipment packages tailored to your project's needs. We can supply sound recording equipment such as: multiple radio mics (lavaliers), shotgun mics with boom, sound mixers, timecoded hard drive recorders, smart slate w/ timecode, timecode sync boxes, Comtek /IFB systems, and various sound to camera links. We also offer on-site voice over solutions. So whether you're looking for a one-stop shop for all your location sound needs or just need to rent some gear, we've got you covered.

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A few albums we worked on

A few albums we worked on

A few albums we worked on

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