Perhaps one of the most unique rooms in Seattle, the Red Room at Bad Animals® has been the launch pad for hundreds of commercials, television shows, corporate videos, ADR sessions and interactive projects. The Red Room control room is a stunning feat of design, with a blend of wood, fabric and cork giving a throwback vibe, as well as technology. The room was built carefully, with specific attention given to acoustics and comfort. The Red Room recording area is the largest in the facility, making it the go-to room for ADR, group voice and Foley sessions.
Odds are you’ll be tempted to duck and cover when walking into the Blue Room, considering this is where Bad Animals® mixers throw sounds from front to back and left to right on a wide variety of surround sound mixing projects. The Blue Room is one of the most technologically advanced at Bad Animals®, boasting crystal clear monitoring and tight acoustics that earned the facility the tough to earn Dolby Digital certification. At the same time, gear is not the focal point. In fact, the Blue Room was designed with comfort in mind and producers are able to work in here without watching the clock.
The Green Room is the workhorse room at Bad Animals®, designed specifically to give sound designers and producers the space to work hand in hand. Ever since the room was opened in 1998, our sound designers have provided unique soundscapes for television shows, feature films, corporate videos and advertising campaigns. The technology in the Green Room, including a high-speed network where sound effects are available with a mouse click or two as well as some of the best post production gear available, enables work to be done efficiently.
The Purple Room is one of the newest spaces at Bad Animals® and it’s one of the most flexible, with a workstation that boasts speed and flexibility, monitoring that enables pinpoint reference checks and a vocal booth for quick voice over projects. The room is often used by a select list of freelancers who need to present their work to clients in a professional studio setting. If you’re interested in becoming an approved Bad Animals® freelancer, contact Wendi Wills at email@example.com.