We require a completed TASA Request Form (a.k.a. Dub Stage Report Form), and the finalized mix. 2.0, 5.1, and 7.1 mixes can be delivered as wave files (Broadcast Wave Files). Immersive audio formats must be delivered as a completed, wrapped DCP. Do not send stems (dialogue, FX, etc), QuickTime files, or other video elements (except […]
T.A.S.A. stands for Trailer Audio Standard Association. It was created in conjunction with studios and the National Association of Theater Owners to create a level playing field for trailer audio and reduce excessively loud trailers. TASA Certification means a trailer has been independently verified to comply with the TASA standard and does not exceed the […]