Virginia Beach, VA – Studio Center, headquartered in Virginia Beach, VA, announces the hiring of Chris Arbisi as their newest audio producer at their New York City studios, located at 315 Madison Avenue. Chris comes to Studio Center with extensive experience in audio post production and music composition and performance.
Arbisi has over 16 years experience in advertising, television and film. He served as Chief Engineer and Head of Production at Wax Music and Sound Design. His background includes audio production for Six Flags (dancing man campaign) recording and mixing several Sesame Street DVDs. He mixed The Jonas Brother’s Experience on MTV and has produced several VH1 theme songs including the “World Series of Pop Culture”, “Strip Search” and “I Know My Kid’s a Star.” Football fans can catch Arbisi’s VH1 “Pepsi Smash Super Bowl Bash” work playing in stadiums throughout the nation.
William “Woody” Prettyman, CEO of Studio Center says, “Chris was a great hire for us. He is multifaceted, versatile, wonderful with clients, creative, very talented and well connected in New York. More importantly he’s significantly taller than our comptroller.”
Chris is a native of Queens, New York and graduated from Manhattan Institute of Audio Research with a degree in Audio Production. He found his niche in audio production after being signed to Elektra Records. Chris even had a video in heavy rotation on MTV in the early ‘90s. He says you have to call him to get the name of the band and he’ll send you a YouTube link -- (212) 986-1929.